Round the Moon
Jules Verne's classic science fiction sequel to "From the Earth to the Moon", "Round the Moon" is a forward-looking examination of the possibilities of space travel. One of the first books to look at the challenges and adventures of space travel, "Round the Moon" starts off where "From the Earth to the Moon" left off. We follow the crew of the projectile built by the Baltimore Gun Club on a journey towards their intended destination. Will they make it safely to the Moon and how will they return to the Earth? Read this captivating story of science fiction fantasy and adventure and find out.
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Review: Round the Moon (Extraordinary Voyages #7)User Review - The_waspian - Goodreads
Not as enjoyable as From the Earth to the Moon because it gets a little bogged down in all the scientific mumbo jumbo (which was surprisingly accurate given its time). I suppose if you enjoy that sort of stuff you'll enjoy this more than I did. Read full review
Review: Round the Moon (Extraordinary Voyages #7)User Review - Darin - Goodreads
As the sequel to From the Earth to the Moon, Round the Moon picks up where its predecessor left off with a crew of three men and a handful of animals stuffed into a conical shell that has literally ... Read full review