Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - Jules Verne
Autor: Jules Verne
Carpeta blanda, 504 páginas
This edition of Jules Verne's classic novel features a suede-like custom cover with beautiful metallic foiling and a ribbon marker.
Widely recognized as Verne's greatest literary work, Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea presents one of the most alluring adventure tales of all time. The story follows French oceanographer Pierre Aronnax and his assistant, Conseil, on an expedition organized by the US Navy to hunt down an unidentified sea monster. After months of tireless searching, the crew finally encounters the elusive monster but is thrown overboard during the attack. Much to their surprise, the monster turns out to be a futuristic submarine led by the mysterious Captain Nemo. The adventurers join Captain Nemo on the journey of a lifetime where they discover a vast undersea forest, coral graveyards, and the sunken ruins of Atlantis. With timeless themes and unforgettable characters, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea remains a popular favorite among children and adults.