Fantasia Review: The Unseen, when life vanishes

Geoff Redknap’s The Unseen is a refreshing, modern-day twist on the Invisible Man, exploring a man losing his family while simultaneously losing himself… literally. But Bob is not just going invisible (that would be too easy), he’s disappearing in the most gruesome and painful way possible—losing massive chunks of flesh, leaving the bone and organs exposed, and it’s only getting worse. In it, a man who abandoned his family now risks everything to find his missing daughter, including exposing the secret that he is becoming invisible.

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