Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea is a science fiction novel written by Jules Vernes and originally published in 1870.
The scientist Pierre Aronnax narrates in first person this story in which a group ends up embarking after a shipwreck in a gigantic submarine called Nautilus and which is led by Captain Nemo. The group is forcibly confined and Nemo does not allow them to leave the submarine.
Captain Nemo is a character with a dark past but a brilliant mind and great engineering knowledge. However, he says that after sharing his knowledge with the group you cannot let them leave.
The adventure takes them through various places such as the Red Sea, the Mediterranean Sea or the Polynesian islands and narrates the different impressions of the characters in these places.
The novel is ideal for anyone interested in stories at sea and who enjoys Verne's detailed and meticulous description of marine life including both fauna and flora.
8 hours 43 minutes (104681 words)
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