Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea follows the captivating underwater adventures of Professor Aronnax, a French naturalist, his loyal Flemish servant, and Ned Land, a skilled Canadian harpooner. These three individuals find themselves held captive aboard the advanced submarine Nautilus. Throughout their remarkable journey, they encounter sunken ships, traverse the South Pole, explore the fabled lost city of Atlantis, and engage in a harrowing battle with a school of colossal squids in the vast Atlantic Ocean. Will Professor Aronnax and his companions manage to escape their underwater prison and return to the safety of land?
About the Author:
Jules Verne was born on February 8, 1828, in Nantes, France. His most notable works include Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Seas (1869), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1872). Often referred to as the "father of science fiction," Verne authored over 60 books during his lifetime.Verne possessed a remarkable ability to envision technological advancements well before their actual realization. His works introduced concepts such as submarines, deep-sea exploration, and space travel.