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    Jules Verne é 4 Summary DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne Gawd dim it bollocks ShazBot and shit snacksI am so SO bummed that I didn’t experience Jules Verne’s novels for the first time as a young man rather than as an aging manolescent Reading them now as a 41 year old I still find myself carrie

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    DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne Why does Jules Verne often remind me of Monty Python? I mean it's not funny or anything Perhaps I was struck by the fact that Robur le

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    Free download í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é Jules Verne DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne Jules Verne é 4 Summary 866 Voyage au centre de la Terre Journey To The Centre of The Earth A Journey to the Centre of the Earth A Journey to the Interior of the Earth Extraordinary Voyages #3 Jules VerneJourney to the Center of the Earth is an 1864 science fiction novel by Jules Verne The story involves German professor Otto Lidenbrock who believes there are vol

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    Free read Journey to the Center of the Earth DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne Jules Verne é 4 Summary As long as the heart beats as long as your body and soul keep together I cannot admit that any creature endowed with a will has need to despair of life I thought this book was brilliant and superbly well written by

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    Free download í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é Jules Verne Jules Verne é 4 Summary DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne So my first experience of this story was the 1959 film a good year ha ha that I saw probably in my early teens normally around the Christmas time I have a penchant for 1950s sci fi B movies and this film was certainly part of my drive to read the books that were made into the wonderful filmsSo some time in the mid 70s I read this book and d

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    Jules Verne é 4 Summary DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne When I was young I read this book and most of his others too I used to wonder about the Hollow Earth and often compared it to Middle Earth and Midgaurd Alice down the rabbit hole Shamballa and Hades Like At The Ear

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    DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne This was a DNF for me when I was a teenager I loved the old movie but I just couldn't get into the bookThen I selected this for my Goodreads book club a couple of years ago thinking that now that I have grown up and read and because Jules Verne is one of the founding fathers of sci fi I would now love it Unfortunately it was still a

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    DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne Well that was funI staged an unarmed raid on the library and with some guilt I made off with Journey to the Centre of the Earth my instinct was that this is a children's book and so taking it was the euivalent of grabbing an ice cream or a lollipop from a wailing child though on reflection unlike the ice cream the book ca

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    DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne A bit too pedantic for me Journey to the Center of the Earth is full of half baked scientific notions and unproven theories put forth in a dry scholarly manner which does nothing for the story at hand Professor Lidenbrock and his nep

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    DOWNLOAD [Journey to the Center of the Earth] AUTHOR Jules Verne Free download í PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é Jules Verne I've tried to make The Journey to the Centre of the earth myself people and let me tell you it is fraught with danger It should be a warning to you that I'm writing this from the bed of a Burns unit by typing with two chargr

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Journey to the Center of the Earth Summary ✓ 104   一本古老的书籍里的一张羊皮纸,揭示了一个惊天的秘密,德国科学家里登布洛克教授带着侄儿阿克赛尔和向导汉斯由此踏上了惊心动魄的地心之旅。地底深处波涛汹涌的大海、远占时期海兽令人心惊胆战的搏斗、?. Gawd dim it bollocks ShazBot and shit snacksI am so SO bummed that I didn t experience Jules Verne s novels for the first time as a young man rather than as an aging manolescent Reading them now as a 41 year old I still find myself carried away in the rollickingness of his well crafted adventures but part of me knows deep down in my nethers that there s a warm gooey nostalgia that will always be missing This giant load of empty in my core if filled would likely have elevated this from a really good read to a cozy memory rewind of simpler happier times coughs bitterness from aching heartAlas my loving parents were unintentionally guilty of literary child neglect Thus while I really enjoyed all those afternoons watching Gilligan s Island I think my time would have been better utilized immersing myself in the classics of Wells Verne Doyle and Poe So yes it hurts and I m a little disappointed maybe even a skosh angry But wipes tearno sense crying weeping uncontrollably over spilled milk misspent reading years I must just remember to ensure that I don t make the same error with my own children So far so good Why anyone would shed tears over spilled bovine teat juice is beyond me PLOT SUMMARYOne of the most popular and beloved works within Verne s 54 volume Les Voyages Extraordinaires Journey to the Center of the Earth tells of the travels of Professor Lidenbrock an accomplished and incredibly impatient mineralogist and his uiet reserved nephew Axel While perusing an ancient manuscript Lidenbrock discovers a mysterious message encrypted in runic script After cracking the code with unexpected help from young Axel the professor discovers that the message describes how to locate a secret passage leading to uh take a wild guess The pair immediately scamper off to Iceland where with the help of hunterguide named Hans Bjelke they discover the hidden entrance and embark on a highly perilous but even highly enjoyable adventure THOUGHTSVerne was a consummate story teller who never wrote down to his audience or cut corners with his material One of the most enjoyable aspects for me about reading his stories is the scientific thoughtfulness that Verne poured into his novels True much of his science is badly dated and many of his theories including the central premise of this story have long since been disproved and relegated to nonsenseville However when written Verne was conscientious in his attempt to be as accurate as possible and employed a rigor to his plot elements and story details that few can match This diligence was the result of Verne s desire to use his novels to use his novels as teaching tools as well as entertainment This is a major bonus for the reader because Verne s devotion to authenticity actually enhances the sense of wonder by creating an air of plausibility that allows the suspension of disbelief to occur unconsciously and thus unnoticed What I m bushing around the beat about is that I really really enjoyed this I m couldn t give it the full 5 stars because I thought the initial portion of the novel ie the part before the entrance to the hidden passage took a bit too long to develop and the time spent in the most interesting segment of the journey ie the censored to avoid spoilerage was too fleeting Still there is genuine wonder here and excellently drawn characters who display remarkable depth for this kind of story Add to that an ending that is perfectly suited for the tale and you have a classic well done adventure yarn that should be read Oh a final gripe in the interest of full disclosure The ending s awesomeness was dampened a tad for me by the compass mystery which I thought was overindulged by the Jules Two days after finishing this I am still mildly annoyed by that snippet of the tale so I thought I would be remiss if I failed to mention it However minor nits and compass annoyance aside this was a great experience Definitely one I HIGHLY RECOMMEND40 starsPS I need to add a note to the doofus brained asshats who put together the 1871 English translation published by Griffith and Farran Dear Sirs You SUCK Worse this version happens to be the one that the geniuses at Easton Press decided in their unimaginable stupidity to use in their collection of science fiction classic The mind boggles This literary assassination abridged and largely rewrote the story even changing the main character s name from Professor Lidenbrock to Hardwigg Thank Odin and Cthulhu the unabridged audiobook I listened to was the original uality translation This actually gave me the ability to compare the to volumes There is no comparison If you are reading a version where the professor s name is Hardwiggtoss it in the trash and find an original translation As for the creators of the 1871 abomination I only wish you could find yourself on the receiving end of justice

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Journey to the Center of the Earth Summary ✓ 104 ??文版《地心游记》。  大家可以在的kindle books频道中搜索BookDna Famous Children's Literature查看世界儿童名著系列中文kindle电子书。  也可以搜索ZHE JIANG PUBLISHING UNITED GROUP查看所有由浙江出版联合集团出版的中文电子书。. Well that was funI staged an unarmed raid on the library and with some guilt I made off with Journey to the Centre of the Earth my instinct was that this is a children s book and so taking it was the euivalent of grabbing an ice cream or a lollipop from a wailing child though on reflection unlike the ice cream the book can be consumed a few times before it s glue binding cracks and the bound pages flutter free This edition even comes with 3 D glasses finally an immersive text one can slide down an s grab hold of a b and swing underneath have your fall into the subtext broken by the sharp hook of a but it turned out that only the front cover is in 3 D which strikes me as a poor teaseIn truth and you may have suspected this if you have seen the film it is not a very good adventure because the narrator is a participant on the journey which indicates that his chances of surviving the trip without the loss of his fingers are pretty good Verne is a bit scatty on the details they do run out of water for a while but they seem to have magic food supplies when desperately the adventurers share a last meal of some meat and a few biscuits each gets a pound of food each half a kilo which is a fair uantity suspiciously as though Jesus was the expedition s uarter masterOf interest I think to the popular adventure genre is the now classic odd couple in this case irascible mad Scientist uncle and cowardly by the book nephew off set by taciturn and universally capable guide Well you will say what about Mary Shelley s Frankenstein surely he was a mad scientist maybe even the first one Frankenstein Frankenstein Frankenstein is down at the tragic end of the familiar mad scientist spectrum while Professor Lidenbrook is way over on the charmingly eccentric end of the spectrum and this type I venture to suggest has come to dominate the field He s the kind of geologist who sometimes broke his specimens through testing them too abruptly p4 suggesting to me that one would be very cautious if shaking hands with him He is indifferent to scientific orthodoxy everything can be disproved by unverifiable adventure while the by the book nephew is comically yet reasonably terrified by the likelihood of imminent death whether due to extreme heat pressure thirst starvation being consumed by prehistoric monsters getting burnt up in pyroclastic flows and so on Verne maintains a lively flow despite a lack of plot or adventure or character development through short chapters and near constant incident Something is always happening Something inconseuential but something none the less like a Jackie Chan film At the end there is a terrible drive to rapidly finish what is in any case a pretty short adventure as though Verne was sitting having his breakfast while his publisher was shouting through the letterbox Jules I know you re in there you ve got to finish that story or we re done I was pleasantly surprised by the sense that Verne had done some research his Icelanders sitting down to feast on Skyr for instance TV adverts tell me that happens all the time in Iceland although curiously Verne refuses to mention woolly patterned pullovers But I was disappointed by the redundancy the dreamy atmosphere of forests of mushrooms and colourless flowerswith petals like paper rapidly brought to the page then left behind I get the impression of a mind over excited with incident and images amusingly for a book called Journey to the centre of the earth we don t get to the centre of anything we are firmly anchored to the surface it is light hearted and whimsical entirely populated by comical foreigners ie anybody not French fun and I think deeply influential a Don uixote for an age of mass popular culture maybe I m intrigued to think that he may have had some influence on Haldor Laxness but then it s easy to imagine Laxness reading Verne as a child the pastor reminiscent of Pastor Jon in Under the Glacier though the mysterious wife not troll like just supernatural in another direction perhaps Under the Glacier is a response to the cultural appropriation of Iceland by Verne a re enchantment of the world beneath the lava fields and peat bogs a place not for blase exploration by German science but of mystery of Trolls Elves and the eternal femme or God as she is otherwise known but I need at least one rereading and some dreaming of colourless flowers with papery petals first before I m certain of that

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Journey to the Center of the Earth Summary ✓ 104 ?眼的电闪雷鸣、摄人心魄的岩浆奔腾、巨大的蘑菇林、史前人的骨骸神奇的地下世界让他们大开眼界的同时,也让他们险情不断。  地心到底在哪里?最终他们能否克服所有的闲难,平安地回到地而  此版本为简体?. As long as the heart beats as long as your body and soul keep together I cannot admit that any creature endowed with a will has need to despair of life I thought this book was brilliant and superbly well written by Venre as I will summarise belowIt follows 3 main characters 1 Professor Lidenbrock a scientific genius who does not know when to uit even when the odds are less than 1% of success2 His Nephew Axel our narrator written in a similar way to Conon Doyle s Sherlock Holmes or Leroux s Joseph Routabille stories The insider following and reporting on the bizarre genius of the main character He is also highly intelligent but worries a bit too much He is the human emotional character is this death defying adventure3 Hans Our trusty hunter servant side kick who is uiet composed and saves every ones life about 3 timesI analysed this book as having 3 divisions in the way the story was created and therefore progressedTo begin with decoding a bizarre cipher establishing the plot and the build up to the mission ending up in IcelandSecondly a uite sombre despondent and slow segment about our gang penetrating the Earth via volcano and happenings in the seedy under passages in the worlds crust One scene truly stood out for me here which raised the tempo Axel finds himself lost from his crew with no rations no light really no hope This scene was harrowing and claustrophobic as a reader we obviously put ourselves in that nightmare scenario That was gripping Finally about the last 40% is all full of over enthusiastic energy and vigour and it is great Superbly paced narrative at this point including scenes of seeing fighting prehistoric monsters being lost at sea in unbelievable and intense electric storms and if that all wasn t fun enough to conclude they get rip roaringly catapulted out of a volcano The book has some great set piecesFor some people I can see it is not an easy read It is very science based and used so much specialist language that it could put people off I have said previously that this wasn t an issue to me as I believe the effort you put in to a book rewards the overall outcome I am not a scientist but if I want to be in this world I have to adapt enjoy and sometimes even learn the relevant terminology to get in to the characters minds The first 2 sections I mentioned were 4 star The final section is 6 star hence the review It is reminiscent of Conon Doyle s adventure tale The Lost World but instead of Professor Challenger and friends going up a formation mountain to find an amazing world Professor Lidenbrock and chums do the opposite and go down I think this was free or about 099 on kindle so definitely worth picking up I will hopefully read another of the Extraordinary Voyages books soon and hope they follow in the same vein James x

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