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By Jules Verne

* concise introductions to the novels and different works
* photographs of the way the novels first seemed, giving your Kindle a flavor of the unique texts
* forty seven novels in English and every with their very own contents table
* infrequent novels that seem for the 1st time in electronic print, like CLOVIS DARDENTOR, FLIGHT TO FRANCE, FOUNDLING MICK and plenty of more
* 5 WEEKS IN A BALLOON and different works are absolutely illustrated
* many brief tales, with first-class formatting, and contents tables
* comprises all 3 components of Verne’s huge, immense non-fiction paintings CELEBRATED TRAVELS AND visitors – totally illustrated
* beneficial properties the BONUS textual content of Edgar Allan Poe’s novel THE NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM OF NANTUCKET – accompanying Verne’s sequel THE SPHINX OF THE ICE FIELDS
* EVEN contains Verne’s French poetry, with contents table
* packed choked with pictures with regards to Verne’s existence, works, locations and picture adaptations
* scholarly ordering of texts in chronological order and literary genres, permitting effortless navigation round Verne’s huge oeuvre
* up to date with the infrequent novel ARCHIPELAGO ON hearth - first time in English translation as a electronic e-book and entirely illustrated
* up to date with the unconventional the need OF AN ECCENTRIC, first time in electronic print in English
* up-to-date with much more illustrations for the novels, together with TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES lower than THE SEA

Jules Verne is a paramount literary determine, whose enormous sequence of science-fiction novels has entertained readers for over 100 years. This impressive publication bargains readers the main whole assortment ever compiled of Verne’s FICTIONAL paintings in English translation.

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He was much stronger than most of the men he knew, but he was anxious, for some private inexpressible reason, for them not to know it The route was clear. He found the cliff. No observers. He dropped over it, feet first, his heels kicking up the scree as he tobogganed through loose rock to the foot of the slope. And aunt Doris was there. " said she. "Walking, mum," said he. She gave him a quizzical look but knew better than to ask more. Talking always fussed her, anyhow. She hated the sound of her own voice, which she considered much too high.

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