1. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Conan Doyle A. 2. The return of Sherlock Holmes. Conan Doyle A. 3. The Last of the Mohicans. Cooper J. F. 4. Robinson Crusoe. Defoe D. 5. The three Musketeers. Dumas A. 6. Oliver Twist. Dickens C. 7. Gulliver’s Travels. Swift J. 8. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea. Verne J.
Scientist Pierre Aronnax and his colleagues set out on an expedition to find a strange sea monster and are captured by the infamous and charismatic Captain Nemo and taken aboard the Nautilus submarine as his prisoners. As they travel the world s oceans, they become embroiled in adventures and events beyond their wildest dreams. Visionary in its outlook, Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a legendary science fiction masterpiece.
Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea is not only a classic science fiction novel, it is also a thrilling adventure yarn. Professor Aronnax, his faithful servant Gonseil and Canadian harpooner Ned Land are held prisoners aboard the fantastic submarine, the Nautilus, by its enigmatic and charismatic commander, Captain Nemo: 'That terrible avenger, a perfect archangel of hatred.' And so begins a hazardous and eventful voyage which leads them from the lost city of Atlantis, to the South Pole, hunting in underwater forests and to an encounter with a ferocious giant squid. Published in 1870, the novel continues to fascinate and engage the reader, presenting as it does an incredible journey into a mysterious of excitement and danger!