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20,000 Leauges under the Sea

Summary: 20,000 Leauges Under The Sea has been singled out among thousands of others as a "classic" because in 1869, when it was published for the first time the book was considered so technologically ahead of its time that everyone believed it to be amazing. Jules Verne did an excellent job in this book by making most of his predictions in the book actually proven factual after years.
Several ships had met with this "thing," a long slender object much bigger in size than any creature known. After tons of sightings and the pass of many months the "monster" began attacking any vessel that came near. This alarmed all the world's nations and the United States decided that they would send out The Abraham Lincoln to defeat the "monster," and once again bring peace to all the seas. For the expedition ocean educated men were invited to join the crew for the journey. Included in this group was Monsieur Aronnax of the Paris museum and Ned Land, a world known harpooner. Monsieur Aronnax had written a book called Mysteries of the Ocean Depths. With him he brought his trusted servant, Conseil. Ned had an excellent shot with his harpoon, so good that fisherman around the world knew his name.

For months there was no...

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