Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea by Jules Verne (Free Audio Book)
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea by Jules Verne, read by Michele Fry.
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One of the most well-known and beloved science fiction novelist, Jules Verne lends his imagination to millions of readers worldwide with his fantastical stories of lost world and frightening and astonishing creatures. His science fiction epic, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea was a milestone in the genre and helped shape it into what it is today. The novel, published in 1870, follows the crew of the futuristic submarine, The Nautilus. Lead by Captain Nemo, the details of its adventures are seen through the eyes of the narrator, Professor Pierre Aronnax. The character of Captain Nemo is very complex and Jules Verne wisely and subtly drops hints and tidbits of his past throughout the book making him a very compelling figure. This is a true classic science fiction novel that also has a cast of strong and intricate characters, truly ahead of its time both in story as well as its characters.