e-books in Jules Verne category
by Jules Verne - The World Publishing House , 1877
Jean Cornbutte decides to refit a ship and find his son Louis and members of the crew when the ship Jeune-Hardie doesn't return from sea. When the ship is found the only thing to do is survive the bitter cold and the rivalry...
by Jules Verne , 1899
Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, Jules Verne intended An Antarctic Mystery to complete the mystery of Pym's fate. A high-sea adventure, An Antarctic Mystery takes readers to the very edge of the world.
by Jules Verne - J.R. Osgood and Co. , 1876
Mr. Kazallon thought that passage on a ship from Charleston to Liverpool would be a charming way to return to his homeland. If only he knew! A disaster in the hold, storms and sharks are just some of the many travails that will beset passengers.
by Jules Verne , 1870
In this sequel to From the Earth to the Moon, Barbicane, Ardan, and Nicholl have decided to take a trip around the moon. But first they have to get to the moon from Earth. Will their trip succeed as they attempt to dodge asteroids?
by Jules Verne - Pierre-Jules Hetzel , 1886
A science fiction novel by Jules Verne. The story begins with strange lights and sounds reported in the skies all over the world. The events are capped by the mysterious appearance of black flags with gold suns atop tall historic landmarks.
by Jules Verne - The F. M. Lupton Publishing , 1897
One of the first books dealing with problems which was to become paramount half a century after its publication: brilliant scientists discovering new weapons of great destructive power, whose full utilization might literally destroy the world.
by Jules Verne - J. B. Lippincott , 1874
The contents of a shark's stomach contain a bottle that holds notes that give clues to the location of Captain Grant, whose ship was lost at sea. Lord Glenarvan makes it his quest to find Grant together with his wife and Grant's two children.
by Jules Verne - Pierre-Jules Hetzel , 1871
Jules Verne's classic science fiction adventure about Professor Liedenbrock and his nephew Axel who set off to Iceland with their guide, Hans, and enter the weird and wonderful world deep beneath the surface of the earth.
by Jules Verne - Project Gutenberg , 1998
Receiving a letter from an old colleague, mining engineer James Starr sets off for the old Aberfoyle mine. From the outset, mysterious happenings start to occur around the main characters, attributed initially to goblins and firemaidens.
by Jules Verne - Scribner, Armstrong , 1874
Written almost a century before the daring flights of the astronauts (first published in 1865), Jules Verne's prophetic novel of man's race to the stars is a classic adventure tale enlivened by broad satire and scientific acumen.
by Jules Verne - Project Gutenberg , 1998
Based on a true story, this novel is considered by many to be Jules Verne's masterpiece. This is the enthralling tale of five men who land in a balloon on a faraway island and their struggle to survive as they uncover the island's secret.
by Jules Verne - W. L. Allison , 1906
Verne skillfully mixes a plot full of adventure and twists that hold the reader's interest with passages of technical, geographic, and historic description. The book gives a glimpse of the exploration of Africa, which was still not completely known.
by Jules Verne - Vincent Parke And Co , 1911
Although time has obscured this book, Jules Verne's Off on a Comet is a remarkable work. Verne takes his characters on a journey to the depths of infinite space, to present what astronomers of that time really knew of outer space.
by Jules Verne - Project Gutenberg , 1999
Considered one of Verne's best books by critics. Unlike some of Verne's other famous novels, it is not science fiction, but a scientific phenomenon is a plot device. The book has been adapted several times for films and cartoon series.
by Jules Verne - Project Gutenberg , 2003
A series of unexplained happenings occur across the eastern US, caused by objects moving with such great speed that they are nearly invisible. The first-person narrator John Strock travels to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina to investigate.
by Jules Verne - Pierre-Jules Hetzel , 1881
Joam Garral, a ranch owner who lives near the Peruvian-Brazilian border on the Amazon River, is forced to travel down-stream when his past catches up with him. Many aspects of the raft, scenery, and journey are described in detail.
by Jules Verne - James R. Osgood , 1873
Phileas Fogg bets his companions £20,000 that he can travel around the globe in just eighty days. Combining exploration, adventure, and a thrilling race against time, this book gripped audiences and remains hugely popular to this day.
by Jules Verne - Duckworth Publishers , 1880
Verne recounts the voyages of various European navigators to all parts of the globe. He gives detailed accounts of the explorers' climactic and navigational hazards, and their discoveries, conveying the sense of adventure enjoyed by the explorers.
by Jules Verne - Ward, Lock & Co. , 1899
The tale of Captain Nemo and his submarine the Nautilus. A French professor travels underwater with his captors battling sea creatures, collecting gold, sinking ships, and eating aquatic delights. Exciting adventure for all ages.