20000 Leagues Under the Sea (Audiobook) By Jules Verne

  • Name: 20000 Leagues Under The Sea Audiobook.

  • Author: Jules Verne

  • Published: June 1870

  • Series: None.

  • Genre: Adventure, Fiction, Old.

  • Rating: 3.9 Stars

Audience Review: 20000 Leagues Under the Sea Audiobook:

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea CD Free: The World Tour Underwater is a science fiction novel by French writer Jules Verne. This landmark was first published in March 1869 to June 1870 series by Pierre-Jules Hetzel’s two-week journal, Magasin d’éducation et de récréation.

In a notorious 1961 essay, Theodore L. Thomas criticized the novel, saying that “there is not a single official opinion” in the book and that “no predictions have been made”. He described his exposure to Nemo’s immersion equipment, immersed gymnastics, and Nautilus as “absolutely horrible, and old-fashioned in any event, in 1869.”

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Audiobook Unabridged is a popular Fictional Adventure book written by Jules Verne. The book was originally published in June 1870. It follows the genre of fiction, adventure, and novel. The book has a rating of 3.9 Star Review on GoodReads.

When an unknown “beast” disrupts global travel, French navigator Pierre Aronnax and his invincible assistant Conseil join a US Navy-led operation to chase down and end the accident. After a while they looked aimless, they finally fought their quarry, but Aronnax, Conseil, and Canadian Ned Land were thrown to the edge of the attack, just to discover that the “beast” was a modern-day cupbearer, Nautilus, guided by a dignified, magical, mysterious force by Captain Nemo.

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About Hules Gabriel Verne:

Jules Gabriel Verne was a French writer, writer, and playwriter. His collaboration with distributor Pierre-Jules Hetzel inspired the production of Voyages experts, and the development of smash hit experience books including Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), Twenty Hundred Leagues Under the Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1872).


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