Titles In This Set :
1. Around the World in 80 Days
2. Journey to the Centre of the Earth
3. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
4. From the Earth to the Moon
5. Around the MoonDescription :Around the World in 80 Days
I see that it is by no means useless to travel, if a man wants to see something new.' Join English gentleman Phileas Fogg and his French valet Passepartout as they attempt to traverse the globe in just eighty days, all in the pursuit of winning a £20,000 bet. Departing from London on 2 October, they must return by 21 December to secure the winnings, which amounts to half of Fogg's total fortune. Journeying by steamer, rail, and even elephant, the two men will stop at nothing in the pursuit of the prize... will they make it back to London in time? Packed with unforgettable characters, daring deeds, and exciting escapades, this is one of the greatest stories of all time.Journey to the Centre of the Earth
Professor Otto Lidenbrock's great adventure begins by chance when a scrap of paper drops out of an ancient book he has just bought. The coded inscription reveals the
existence of a passageway leading to the centre of the earth and that the entrance lies within the crater of an extinct volcano in Iceland. The professor travels to Iceland accompanied by his nephew, Axel, a keen young geologist. Together with a Swiss guide, they descend into the bowels of the earth where an amazing prehistoric world
awaits them. Written in 1864, Journey to the Centre of the Earth established Verne as a pioneer of science fiction. This edition has been revised and improved for a modern readership.Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
In this adventure deep beneath the waves, Professor Arronax, his servant Conseil, and the straight-shooting harpooner, Ned Land, set out in search of a giant narwhal. As the hunt progresses, they receive a shocking revelation: their prey is nothing less than the Nautilus, an advanced submarine piloted by the mysterious Captain Nemo. The adventurers have no choice but to become the vessel's newest crew members. As they
help Nemo on his quest, they encounter giant squids, lost cities, and other nautical wonders. Exciting and insightful, Jules Verne's fantastical story is an action-packed tale that demonstrates the unequalled imagination of one of science fiction's greatest writers.From the Earth to the Moon
With the end of the Civil War, the Baltimore Gun Club are on the lookout for their next great project. Their president suggests building a gun powerful enough to launch a rocket to the moon - and soon three daring pioneers are preparing to set off into outer space. Filled with humour and astonishing predictions, From the Earth to the Moon tells an action-packed story of the international space race nearly 100 years before it began in earnest.Around the Moon
Barbican, Ardan, and M'Nicholl set off on a voyage to the Moon in a bullet-shaped projectile. When an asteroid threatens to disrupt their journey, the travellers are thrust
into a life-or-death situation. They must overcome all manner of obstacles and misadventures along the way, including intoxicating gases, unexpected tragedy, and a
frantic scramble to recalculate their trajectory if they are to return home safely. This essential work of science fiction is an engaging and entertaining story that demonstrates Verne's, remarkable talent for invention.
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