Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

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Pierre Aronnax, the narrator of the story, is a French marine biologist who, along with some members from his crew, joins the expedition in charge of finding and destroying a sea monster. When they finally find the monster, they find out that it really is a huge submarine commanded by Nemo, who holds them hostages in order to keep his secret, and they all start visiting places from all over the planet.

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What the community says about Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

  • Arjun Bose
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is a great book that makes you think about what is really deep in the seas around the is a wonderful book to read."
  • Hansika Mukopadhyay
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "I think this would be a good match, but it isn't free on Amazon. They are selling it for 99 cents. I do think it could be obtained for free elsewherre though. "
  • Joyce Graham
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "This is the most well known and famous book by Jules Verne. The way the topic is described is also attention grabbing. Unfortunately it has that reputation as a classic book read throughout high school english classes and seems stuffy. "
  • Joshua Owens
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is one of the few books that I've read more than once over the years. It's one of the greatest sci-fi adventures of all time. The Disney movie is a fun watch but if you want to know who Nemo was and what happened, read the novel."
  • Evelyn Rivera
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "The story is a great read. I liked it a lot. The artwork is awesome. That kept my attention as much as the writing. I really enjoyed the book."
  • Beverly Rios
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is a classis. Good book to start out with."
  • Justin Johnson
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "I love any thing French. However, I draw the line at literature. The book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is just a mess and almost unbearable. If you can make it through this one, you are better then I."
  • Arthur Sanders
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is such a classic that it is literally in a league of its own. It is a very engaging book that provides plenty of entertainment to the reader. The extremely well-written story really pulls you in and forces you to keep reading until the very end. Excellent science fiction book that I would recommend to anyone!"
  • Ethan Ryan
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is an all time classic children's book that explores the bottom of the sea with odd objects and events. This is a must-read title that is perfect for young kids old enough to read on their own."
  • Danielle Spencer
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "My daughter has found a new love for reading. She recently started reading chapter books, so I gave this to her. She really enjoyed it and it was easy enough for her to read."
  • Harry Brooks
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Combining marvelous scientific achievements with common, everyday events, the story brims with intricate descriptions of a futuristic vessel and bizarre scenes of life on the ocean's bottom. Sights include Red Sea coral, wreckage from a historic naval battle, Antarctic ice shelves, and the mythical city of Atlantis."
  • Ryan Hopkins
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea is a great french novel. It's definitely a classic adventure and anyone who has read it has dreamed of being Nemo or one of Nemo's crew in these wildly fantastical adventures."
  • Simon Huang
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Underthe Sea is still the best, most definitive nautically-themednovel for anyone seeking adventure under the sea. The Nautilus was a tremendously original and ahead-of-it’s-time creation back whenMr. Verne wrote it, and it stands up well even to this day. Nemo, the Professor and all the other characters are still just as vivid as ever. There are many nautical tales about submarines, but his is the first and the best."

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