A Journey To The Center Of The Earth ePUB ☆ To The

A Journey To The Center Of The Earth ePUB ☆ To The

A Journey To The Center Of The Earth [Ebook] ➭ A Journey To The Center Of The Earth ➬ Raymond James – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk It was a secret message by an ancient alchemist, found on a crumbling scrap of parchment And if Saknussemm was right, then every theory about the molten core of the earth is wrong Prof Otto Lidenbrock It was a secret message by an ancient To The ePUB ¹ alchemist, found on a crumbling scrap of parchment And if Saknussemm was right, then every theory about the molten core of the earth is wrong Prof Otto Lidenbrock has to learn the truth So Lidenbrock, his nephew Axel, and the Icelandic hunter Hans climb down the cone of an arctic volcano and into.


About the Author: Raymond James

Is a well known author, some of his To The ePUB ¹ books are a fascination for readers like in the A Journey To The Center Of The Earth book, this is one of the most wanted Raymond James author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “A Journey To The Center Of The Earth

  1. P.S. Winn P.S. Winn says:

    I love Jules Verne, was this author psychic or what I am astounded by the accuracy of a few of the things he apparently saw years and years ago that relate to today In this novel the adventure takes readers to the center of the earth for thrills, horrors and even a bit of a conspiracy You have to love the classics and this author is definitely one to pick up.


  2. Cope Cope says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Great book, bad ending I m mad because they never actually reach the center of the earth Otherwise, its a great book.


  3. Ally Ally says:

    Title A Journey to the Center of the EarthAuthor Jules VerneGenre Science FictionTheme s Discovery Science AdventureOpening line sentence On 24 May 1863, which was a Sunday, my uncle, Professor Lindenbrock, came rushing back toward his little house, No 19 Konigstrasse, one of the oldest streets in the old quarter of Hamburg Brief Book Summary Axel and his uncle find a priceless piece of paper in a book and it leads them on a terrifying, adventurous, journey to find the center of the ea Title A Journey to the Center of the EarthAuthor Jules VerneGenre Science FictionTheme s Discovery Science AdventureOpening line sentence On 24 May 1863, which was a Sunday, my uncle, Professor Lindenbrock, came rushing back toward his little house, No 19 Konigstrasse, one of the oldest streets in the old quarter of Hamburg Brief Book Summary Axel and his uncle find a priceless piece of paper in a book and it leads them on a terrifying, adventurous, journey to find the center of the earth Professional Recommendation Review 1 Melyssa Malinowski Children s Literature Axel is quite at home with rocks Perhaps this is because he lives with his eccentric but brilliant uncle, the geologist and adventurer Professor Lidenbrock Usually, his uncle s adventures are odd, but not completely insane That is until a runic note falls from a text that Professor Lidenbrock is reading The note becomes the key to a quest that may lead them the very center of the earth The pair departs immediately for Iceland, hiring Hans Bjelke as a guide They follow the instructions on the note and do indeed find a passage into the earth There, they experience a number of wonders and frights far beyond what they have ever imagined They pass through a chamber with flammable gas and use acoustic phenomenon to talk to each other while they are miles apart They continue on and find an ocean They cross the ocean, only to witness two dinosaurs attacking each other Then, they see a herd of dinosaurs walk by a prehistoric man over twelve feet tall The travelers begin to leave, only to be stopped by a caved in tunnel They blast their way through and are rushed out of the volcano in a pool of water and magma They return to their home in Germany and are greeted with joy and treated famously While this story is indeed a classic and truly belongs on library shelves, only the most die hard fantasy fans will love this book Verne s descriptions and characterizations are wonderful, but he is definitely not a writer for the casual reader 2008, Puffin Classics, 4.99 Ages 8 up PUBLISHER Puffin London , PUBLISHED 2008 Professional Recommendation Review 2 From the Publisher Journey to the Center of the Earth is the story of Professor Lindenbrock, his nephew Axel and their quest for the secrets contained at the earth s core Led by Hans, their Icelandic guide, Lindenbrock and Axel descend deeper into the planet than anyone has ever gone beforebut will they make it back to the surface alive Response to Two Professional Reviews I like the first review I think it is very detailed and captures key events in the novel However, I don t really like the second review While it is accurate, I feel that it is lacking detail Evaluation of Literary Elements The word choice in the novel helps create suspense and anticipation in the novel.Consideration of Instructional Application I would use this novel to teach about adventure and science fiction novels I want to use this novel to help get students interested in adventure and science fiction novels because they can be a good escape for students and even help foster ideas of pieces that they would like to write


  4. Zac Zac says:

    Journey to the center of the earth takes place in the mid eighteen hundreds Otto the main character discovers the work of a philosopher from the sixteen hundreds who was from iceland In this work Otto starts to believe that the center of the earth is not a hot liquid but another environment that in habitable Otto starts to think that it is possible to travel there and he starts to develop a expedition to the center of the earth Otto and his accompany set off to Iceland where you can supposedl Journey to the center of the earth takes place in the mid eighteen hundreds Otto the main character discovers the work of a philosopher from the sixteen hundreds who was from iceland In this work Otto starts to believe that the center of the earth is not a hot liquid but another environment that in habitable Otto starts to think that it is possible to travel there and he starts to develop a expedition to the center of the earth Otto and his accompany set off to Iceland where you can supposedly travel down to this underworld When they get to Iceland they hire a guide to take them to this inactive volcano so that they can start there decent to the center of the earth They do indeed make it to the center of the earth and it is a habitable place They find all kinds of life in the center of the earth such as plants and fish they even find evidence of a person in attempt to discoverthey blow up part of a wall and they end up getting sucked into an active volcano area You will have to read to see what happens from there I would rate this book eight out of ten I am not really a fan of science fiction books or so I thought but this one is not bad There isn t really anything or anyone in the book that is trying to play the role of god like in a lot of science fiction books However the book does question what we think we already know everyone knows that the center of earth is just liquid magma, but is there really anyway to be sure of what s down there if no one has actually been down there and come back I ended up liking this bookthan I thought I was going to because of the fact that it wasn t really aliens and taking over the planet it wasof an adventure and discovering possibilities of what else might be out there even though we think we already know There are some parts of the book that get kind of slow but I would definitely recommend pushing through because it gets exciting


  5. Rebecca Reid Rebecca Reid says:

    Supposedly, Jules Verne is, in France, considered a travel and adventure writer, and is considered one of the great French authors, along with Zola, Hugo, and Dumas Although I don t consider him one of the greatest authors I ve read, I have no doubt that Jules Verne is a great author, and well deserving of his classic status The splendor of his writing may have been lost in translation.His novels are amazingly inventive creations, a mix of science and fantasy I am not generally interested Supposedly, Jules Verne is, in France, considered a travel and adventure writer, and is considered one of the great French authors, along with Zola, Hugo, and Dumas Although I don t consider him one of the greatest authors I ve read, I have no doubt that Jules Verne is a great author, and well deserving of his classic status The splendor of his writing may have been lost in translation.His novels are amazingly inventive creations, a mix of science and fantasy I am not generally interested in science fiction, but Jules Verne I can read and enjoy Many name him the father of science fiction, and I definitely can see him as an influence on later writers In general, I really like Jules Verne s books because they feel like classics light The stories are simply fun, and the prose is not challenging to read for the most part although some of his book gets science heavy in parts As for the science fiction aspects of some of his novels, they truly do make for a fun adventure A Journey to the Center of the Earth originally published 1864 in French was our book for this month s book club, and I really enjoyed it, although I don t consider it a favorite classic or my favorite Verne novel I ve now read three.More thoughts on my blog


  6. Dave Holcomb Dave Holcomb says:

    I picked this up simply because I have not read anything by Verne in forty years, and I was wondering if I would still enjoy his work.As it happened, I found this one a bit weakpredictable and almost formulaic than many of Verne s other novels A quick read, but a bitpainfully and glaringly dated than works like Around the World in 80 Days or An Antarctic Mystery , in which the storyeffectively compensates for the holes in the science.I would recommend it for a young read I picked this up simply because I have not read anything by Verne in forty years, and I was wondering if I would still enjoy his work.As it happened, I found this one a bit weakpredictable and almost formulaic than many of Verne s other novels A quick read, but a bitpainfully and glaringly dated than works like Around the World in 80 Days or An Antarctic Mystery , in which the storyeffectively compensates for the holes in the science.I would recommend it for a young reader without hesitation, but for an adult I would suggest skipping this one and instead indulging in one orof Verne s other titles


  7. Clarkhou Clarkhou says:

    The story is set in the 19th century It simply begins with a German professor and his nephew introducing their life styles and characteristics Soon after the professor is hooked to an old book coded with runic letters, and holding secrets that he is eager to find out Soon, after days of intense investigation on decrypting the codes written, his nephew cracks it and it is written the details of where to go in order to get to the center of the earth And so the professor s mind is set straight The story is set in the 19th century It simply begins with a German professor and his nephew introducing their life styles and characteristics Soon after the professor is hooked to an old book coded with runic letters, and holding secrets that he is eager to find out Soon, after days of intense investigation on decrypting the codes written, his nephew cracks it and it is written the details of where to go in order to get to the center of the earth And so the professor s mind is set straight to embark for a incredulous adventure to the center of the earth


  8. Levi Makula Levi Makula says:

    This book is revolutionary for it s time Not many writers were as witty and imaginative as Raymond James and it shows in A Journey To The Center Of The Earth It keeps the reader guessing the whole time, very unpredictable His imagination is what makes this book good However, the way it is written can sometimes be bland and even a bit unnecessary in some circumstances, Too much time is spent on the finer details, which could easily be removed Still a very good read A wonderful adventure s This book is revolutionary for it s time Not many writers were as witty and imaginative as Raymond James and it shows in A Journey To The Center Of The Earth It keeps the reader guessing the whole time, very unpredictable His imagination is what makes this book good However, the way it is written can sometimes be bland and even a bit unnecessary in some circumstances, Too much time is spent on the finer details, which could easily be removed Still a very good read A wonderful adventure story


  9. Beth Beth says:

    Books written in this era have a particular explanatory style that is both informative and annoying In this case, the science is so wacky that it took away from the story for me as compared to Moby Dick where the details of whaling were welcome and helpful This was my first Jules Verne book, although I ve long been a fan of the old movie the one with Pat Boone I can see why so many people, like Doc Brown in Back to the Future, would find this an exciting tale As a modern reader though it Books written in this era have a particular explanatory style that is both informative and annoying In this case, the science is so wacky that it took away from the story for me as compared to Moby Dick where the details of whaling were welcome and helpful This was my first Jules Verne book, although I ve long been a fan of the old movie the one with Pat Boone I can see why so many people, like Doc Brown in Back to the Future, would find this an exciting tale As a modern reader though it feels less than spectacular


  10. Scott Scott says:

    The melodramatic 19th Century language could be a bit much for contemporary readers who just want a roiling tale, or expect simply that The story issurreal travelogue than action novel The cover art on the icon here is accurate, but misleading Like Shelly s Frankenstein and Stevenson s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the story is a rather preoccupied with the role of Science, except in this case, it is praise rather than critique.For the astute reader, what this volume does The melodramatic 19th Century language could be a bit much for contemporary readers who just want a roiling tale, or expect simply that The story issurreal travelogue than action novel The cover art on the icon here is accurate, but misleading Like Shelly s Frankenstein and Stevenson s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the story is a rather preoccupied with the role of Science, except in this case, it is praise rather than critique.For the astute reader, what this volume does offer is a journey to the Center of the mid 19th Century


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

10 thoughts on “A Journey To The Center Of The Earth

  1. P.S. Winn P.S. Winn says:

    I love Jules Verne, was this author psychic or what I am astounded by the accuracy of a few of the things he apparently saw years and years ago that relate to today In this novel the adventure takes readers to the center of the earth for thrills, horrors and even a bit of a conspiracy You have to love the classics and this author is definitely one to pick up.

  2. Cope Cope says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Great book, bad ending I m mad because they never actually reach the center of the earth Otherwise, its a great book.

  3. Ally Ally says:

    Title A Journey to the Center of the EarthAuthor Jules VerneGenre Science FictionTheme s Discovery Science AdventureOpening line sentence On 24 May 1863, which was a Sunday, my uncle, Professor Lindenbrock, came rushing back toward his little house, No 19 Konigstrasse, one of the oldest streets in the old quarter of Hamburg Brief Book Summary Axel and his uncle find a priceless piece of paper in a book and it leads them on a terrifying, adventurous, journey to find the center of the ea Title A Journey to the Center of the EarthAuthor Jules VerneGenre Science FictionTheme s Discovery Science AdventureOpening line sentence On 24 May 1863, which was a Sunday, my uncle, Professor Lindenbrock, came rushing back toward his little house, No 19 Konigstrasse, one of the oldest streets in the old quarter of Hamburg Brief Book Summary Axel and his uncle find a priceless piece of paper in a book and it leads them on a terrifying, adventurous, journey to find the center of the earth Professional Recommendation Review 1 Melyssa Malinowski Children s Literature Axel is quite at home with rocks Perhaps this is because he lives with his eccentric but brilliant uncle, the geologist and adventurer Professor Lidenbrock Usually, his uncle s adventures are odd, but not completely insane That is until a runic note falls from a text that Professor Lidenbrock is reading The note becomes the key to a quest that may lead them the very center of the earth The pair departs immediately for Iceland, hiring Hans Bjelke as a guide They follow the instructions on the note and do indeed find a passage into the earth There, they experience a number of wonders and frights far beyond what they have ever imagined They pass through a chamber with flammable gas and use acoustic phenomenon to talk to each other while they are miles apart They continue on and find an ocean They cross the ocean, only to witness two dinosaurs attacking each other Then, they see a herd of dinosaurs walk by a prehistoric man over twelve feet tall The travelers begin to leave, only to be stopped by a caved in tunnel They blast their way through and are rushed out of the volcano in a pool of water and magma They return to their home in Germany and are greeted with joy and treated famously While this story is indeed a classic and truly belongs on library shelves, only the most die hard fantasy fans will love this book Verne s descriptions and characterizations are wonderful, but he is definitely not a writer for the casual reader 2008, Puffin Classics, 4.99 Ages 8 up PUBLISHER Puffin London , PUBLISHED 2008 Professional Recommendation Review 2 From the Publisher Journey to the Center of the Earth is the story of Professor Lindenbrock, his nephew Axel and their quest for the secrets contained at the earth s core Led by Hans, their Icelandic guide, Lindenbrock and Axel descend deeper into the planet than anyone has ever gone beforebut will they make it back to the surface alive Response to Two Professional Reviews I like the first review I think it is very detailed and captures key events in the novel However, I don t really like the second review While it is accurate, I feel that it is lacking detail Evaluation of Literary Elements The word choice in the novel helps create suspense and anticipation in the novel.Consideration of Instructional Application I would use this novel to teach about adventure and science fiction novels I want to use this novel to help get students interested in adventure and science fiction novels because they can be a good escape for students and even help foster ideas of pieces that they would like to write

  4. Zac Zac says:

    Journey to the center of the earth takes place in the mid eighteen hundreds Otto the main character discovers the work of a philosopher from the sixteen hundreds who was from iceland In this work Otto starts to believe that the center of the earth is not a hot liquid but another environment that in habitable Otto starts to think that it is possible to travel there and he starts to develop a expedition to the center of the earth Otto and his accompany set off to Iceland where you can supposedl Journey to the center of the earth takes place in the mid eighteen hundreds Otto the main character discovers the work of a philosopher from the sixteen hundreds who was from iceland In this work Otto starts to believe that the center of the earth is not a hot liquid but another environment that in habitable Otto starts to think that it is possible to travel there and he starts to develop a expedition to the center of the earth Otto and his accompany set off to Iceland where you can supposedly travel down to this underworld When they get to Iceland they hire a guide to take them to this inactive volcano so that they can start there decent to the center of the earth They do indeed make it to the center of the earth and it is a habitable place They find all kinds of life in the center of the earth such as plants and fish they even find evidence of a person in attempt to discoverthey blow up part of a wall and they end up getting sucked into an active volcano area You will have to read to see what happens from there I would rate this book eight out of ten I am not really a fan of science fiction books or so I thought but this one is not bad There isn t really anything or anyone in the book that is trying to play the role of god like in a lot of science fiction books However the book does question what we think we already know everyone knows that the center of earth is just liquid magma, but is there really anyway to be sure of what s down there if no one has actually been down there and come back I ended up liking this bookthan I thought I was going to because of the fact that it wasn t really aliens and taking over the planet it wasof an adventure and discovering possibilities of what else might be out there even though we think we already know There are some parts of the book that get kind of slow but I would definitely recommend pushing through because it gets exciting

  5. Rebecca Reid Rebecca Reid says:

    Supposedly, Jules Verne is, in France, considered a travel and adventure writer, and is considered one of the great French authors, along with Zola, Hugo, and Dumas Although I don t consider him one of the greatest authors I ve read, I have no doubt that Jules Verne is a great author, and well deserving of his classic status The splendor of his writing may have been lost in translation.His novels are amazingly inventive creations, a mix of science and fantasy I am not generally interested Supposedly, Jules Verne is, in France, considered a travel and adventure writer, and is considered one of the great French authors, along with Zola, Hugo, and Dumas Although I don t consider him one of the greatest authors I ve read, I have no doubt that Jules Verne is a great author, and well deserving of his classic status The splendor of his writing may have been lost in translation.His novels are amazingly inventive creations, a mix of science and fantasy I am not generally interested in science fiction, but Jules Verne I can read and enjoy Many name him the father of science fiction, and I definitely can see him as an influence on later writers In general, I really like Jules Verne s books because they feel like classics light The stories are simply fun, and the prose is not challenging to read for the most part although some of his book gets science heavy in parts As for the science fiction aspects of some of his novels, they truly do make for a fun adventure A Journey to the Center of the Earth originally published 1864 in French was our book for this month s book club, and I really enjoyed it, although I don t consider it a favorite classic or my favorite Verne novel I ve now read three.More thoughts on my blog

  6. Dave Holcomb Dave Holcomb says:

    I picked this up simply because I have not read anything by Verne in forty years, and I was wondering if I would still enjoy his work.As it happened, I found this one a bit weakpredictable and almost formulaic than many of Verne s other novels A quick read, but a bitpainfully and glaringly dated than works like Around the World in 80 Days or An Antarctic Mystery , in which the storyeffectively compensates for the holes in the science.I would recommend it for a young read I picked this up simply because I have not read anything by Verne in forty years, and I was wondering if I would still enjoy his work.As it happened, I found this one a bit weakpredictable and almost formulaic than many of Verne s other novels A quick read, but a bitpainfully and glaringly dated than works like Around the World in 80 Days or An Antarctic Mystery , in which the storyeffectively compensates for the holes in the science.I would recommend it for a young reader without hesitation, but for an adult I would suggest skipping this one and instead indulging in one orof Verne s other titles

  7. Clarkhou Clarkhou says:

    The story is set in the 19th century It simply begins with a German professor and his nephew introducing their life styles and characteristics Soon after the professor is hooked to an old book coded with runic letters, and holding secrets that he is eager to find out Soon, after days of intense investigation on decrypting the codes written, his nephew cracks it and it is written the details of where to go in order to get to the center of the earth And so the professor s mind is set straight The story is set in the 19th century It simply begins with a German professor and his nephew introducing their life styles and characteristics Soon after the professor is hooked to an old book coded with runic letters, and holding secrets that he is eager to find out Soon, after days of intense investigation on decrypting the codes written, his nephew cracks it and it is written the details of where to go in order to get to the center of the earth And so the professor s mind is set straight to embark for a incredulous adventure to the center of the earth

  8. Levi Makula Levi Makula says:

    This book is revolutionary for it s time Not many writers were as witty and imaginative as Raymond James and it shows in A Journey To The Center Of The Earth It keeps the reader guessing the whole time, very unpredictable His imagination is what makes this book good However, the way it is written can sometimes be bland and even a bit unnecessary in some circumstances, Too much time is spent on the finer details, which could easily be removed Still a very good read A wonderful adventure s This book is revolutionary for it s time Not many writers were as witty and imaginative as Raymond James and it shows in A Journey To The Center Of The Earth It keeps the reader guessing the whole time, very unpredictable His imagination is what makes this book good However, the way it is written can sometimes be bland and even a bit unnecessary in some circumstances, Too much time is spent on the finer details, which could easily be removed Still a very good read A wonderful adventure story

  9. Beth Beth says:

    Books written in this era have a particular explanatory style that is both informative and annoying In this case, the science is so wacky that it took away from the story for me as compared to Moby Dick where the details of whaling were welcome and helpful This was my first Jules Verne book, although I ve long been a fan of the old movie the one with Pat Boone I can see why so many people, like Doc Brown in Back to the Future, would find this an exciting tale As a modern reader though it Books written in this era have a particular explanatory style that is both informative and annoying In this case, the science is so wacky that it took away from the story for me as compared to Moby Dick where the details of whaling were welcome and helpful This was my first Jules Verne book, although I ve long been a fan of the old movie the one with Pat Boone I can see why so many people, like Doc Brown in Back to the Future, would find this an exciting tale As a modern reader though it feels less than spectacular

  10. Scott Scott says:

    The melodramatic 19th Century language could be a bit much for contemporary readers who just want a roiling tale, or expect simply that The story issurreal travelogue than action novel The cover art on the icon here is accurate, but misleading Like Shelly s Frankenstein and Stevenson s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the story is a rather preoccupied with the role of Science, except in this case, it is praise rather than critique.For the astute reader, what this volume does The melodramatic 19th Century language could be a bit much for contemporary readers who just want a roiling tale, or expect simply that The story issurreal travelogue than action novel The cover art on the icon here is accurate, but misleading Like Shelly s Frankenstein and Stevenson s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the story is a rather preoccupied with the role of Science, except in this case, it is praise rather than critique.For the astute reader, what this volume does offer is a journey to the Center of the mid 19th Century

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *