Jules Verne

Around the World in 80 Days

Jules Verne’s most-acclaimed novel remains a cultural cornerstone to this day. The story of Phileas Fogg’s spectacular journey by then-novel technologies is a fast-paced, colorful, and thoroughly enjoyable portrait of the British empire at the height of its power. Originally published as a serial so believable that readers at the time placed bets on whether Fogg would succeed or not, Verne’s adventure epic continues to inspire travelers and adventurers to this day.
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    Victor Wangshared an impression5 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    A classic. The romance of encountering foreign cultures in the olden days of Britain.

    Namwanje Julieshared an impression2 years ago


    Ibtisam Bhattishared an impressionlast year
    💩Utter Crap

    This great writer's novel, Jules Verne, is like a film featuring an 80's film by Arnold Schwarzenegger, or a generally simple monster film. This story is all about adventure. When it's necessary, we are shown and the rest is fun and exciting.


    Mary Kazievahas quoted4 years ago
    He was so exact that he was never in a hurry, was always ready, and was economical alike of his steps and his motions. He never took one step too many, and always went to his destination by the shortest cut; he made no superfluous gestures, and was never seen to be moved or agitated. He was the most deliberate person in the world, yet always reached his destination at the exact moment.
    b1219793562has quoted5 months ago
    foun­ded mainly for the pur­pose of ab­ol­ish­ing per­ni­cious in­sects.
    Ely Tapiahas quoted6 months ago
    Mr. Phileas Fogg lived, in 1872, at No. 7, Saville Row, Bur­l­ing­ton Gar­dens,

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