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What the community says about Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea
- "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."
- "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!"
- "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."
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- "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."