20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is the first chapter of the Captain Nemo novel series. This fictional story is written by Jules Verne. He was an excellent French author, playwright, and poet from the 19th century. He wrote some very exciting titles which people around the world still cherish. One of them is Journey to the Center of the Earth. Another significant title from the author is Around the World in 80 Days.

The audio narration of the subject title is done by David Linski. All of the voice characterizations by David Linski were spot on.

It was in 1866 when different ships from different nations spotted a highly mysterious sea monster. Some of them suggested that the creature be a giant narwhal. The government of the United States assembled an expedition in NYC. The purpose was to first find the monster and then just destroy it. Professor Pierre Aronnax was a renowned marine biologist from France and he was also the narrator of that story. He was in New York at the time and he received a very late invitation to become part of that expedition. He accepted that without much hesitation. Canadian whaler along with Ned Land, a master harpoonist, and Conseil, the faithful servant of Aronnax were also brought together abroad for this mission.

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is an amazing and exciting masterpiece by Jules Verne. The rich details of the story will truly mesmerize you along with those underwater landmarks that were part of it. Lots of compliments go to the narrator for putting up such a spectacular audio performance. This is a book that you just cannot afford to miss out on at all.



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