20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

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Scott, Foresman, 1956 - Science fiction - 154 pages
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A ship-sinking monster confounds American boats until they discover that the creature is actually a submarine powered by the nefarious Captain Nemo (Nemo is Latin for nobody), a swashbuckling villain with grandiose ideas and deadly intentions.

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I read this for the Steampunk category of the SF Reading Challenge on Shelfari. Although the story was very interesting and well-written, I found that it dragged at times due to the great amount of ... Read full review

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Book on CD performed by James Frain Professor Aronnax and his valet Conseil embark on an American frigate in search of a mysterious narwhale that has attacked several ships. Arronax is an ... Read full review

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