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Around the world in 80 days by jules verne was written in 1873 and continues to encourage adventurers all over the world. It is a classic for adventurers and literati alike, but, do keep in mind the language can sometimes be challenging and the views ...  Read More

Phileas fogg, an exacting rich single english gentleman, takes on this bet and hastily sets out on an adventure accompanied by his manservant. This classic is full of action and adventure with many moments of suspense.



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This is my first jules verne book, and i must say that i'm disappointed. An assortment of words are repeatedly misused. Do not buy this book.

The print is minuscule, definitely a single digit font. I feel this should have been more disclosed since it is a hardcover. The print quality may be impacted negatively, and there are likely layout and editing errors due to the copy/paste process.

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The quality is excellent, very clear, and the content is very helpful to me.


Also, the quality of the paper used in this book was not what i prefer.


It will be fun to read it with the kids when they are in middle school or high school.

Packaging/appearance


It gives an interesting view of life in the 1800’s.

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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I saw the david tennant version and was confused about the story line.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I enjoyed how much adventure was in the book, though sometimes it was difficult to follow the storyline.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Not as i remembered from grade school, but as good as the 1956 movie with david niven, cantinflas, shirley mclaine and robert newman and significantly better than the recent re-make for pbs in 2021 which was a rather poor “woke” remake of a great novel.


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    I found the part where phileas fogg gets punched in the face to be laugh out loud funny.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    For example, in chapter 25 verne writes, from his exalted position passepartout observed with much curiousity the wide streets, the low, evenly ranged houes, the anglo-saxon gothic churches, the great docks, the palatial wooden and brick warehouses, the numerous conveyances, omnibuses, horse-cars, and upon the sidewalks, not only americans and europeans, but chinese and indians.


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    Economical prose only heightens the suspense, but with lovely descriptions of the journey- people, places, animals, savages.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Could have been written today.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    None of the movies made from this book capture the true spirit of verne's writing, or the character he created.

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