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From the Earth to the Moon - Jules Verne, Classic Comic Store Ltd
From the Earth to the Moon
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Format: paperback
Publisher: Gilberton
Pages no: 52
Edition language: English
Series: Classics Illustrated (#105)
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BrokenTune rated it
3.0 Von der Erde zum Mond / From the Earth to the Moon
As for the Yankees, they had no other ambition than to take possession of this new continent of the sky, and to plant upon the summit of its highest elevation the star- spangled banner of the United States of America.   Yup, this is still my favourite quote. Simply because I cannot get over Verne da...
A Misfit Reader
A Misfit Reader rated it
3.5 From the Earth to the Moon!!!
Hey O everyone and how's it going?! I'm doing pretty good and excited to have another book to review. All I have to say is good grief did this one take a lot longer to read then the other ones. The book is From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne! Like I've mentioned this book took me forever and...
Opinions of Saturn
Opinions of Saturn rated it
2.0 From the Earth to the Moon
One of the problems with reading Verne is that many terrible English translations of his work exist. FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON is a particularly difficult book to find, as it contains the two elements of Verne that are frequently changed, misinterpreted, or censored: anti-American satire and detail...
AmySea rated it
3.0 From the Earth to the Moon (Extraordinary Voyages)
As I mentioned in my status update, if I were a mathematician or an engineer, I'd probably love this book. I'm awful at math, and I think my brain pretty much lacks any of the "stuff" that makes engineers engineers, so this book was tough for me in terms of the mathematical and engineering detail.T...
I only read when my OCD kicks in
I only read when my OCD kicks in rated it
3.0 From the Earth to the Moon
A bore of a read. The thing that makes this one stand out is how once again Jules Verne peaked into the future and predicted the technology before it ever existed. Where these his idea or did he borrow from the science community? I honestly don't know, but why is he the only one who wrote science fi...
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