Jules Gabriel Verne (February 8, 1828 – March 24, 1905) was a French author who pioneered the science fiction genre. He is best known for his novels Twenty Th...
v. 13. The Robinson Crusoe school. The star of the south. Purchase of the North pole.
v. 12. The giant raft: The cryptogram. The steam house: The demon of Cawnpore. Tigers and traitors.
v. 11. The five hundred millions of the begum. The tribulations of a Chinaman in China. The giant raft: Eight hundred leagues on the Amazon.
v. 10 Dick Sands: A captain at fifteen. The dark continent. Measuring a meridian.
v. 9. Off on a comet. The underground city.
v. 8. The survivors of the Chancellor. Michael Strogoff
v. 7. A floating city. The blockade runners. Round the world in eighty days. Dr. Ox's experiment.
v. 6. The mysterious island: Dropped from the clouds (cont'd) The abandoned. The secret of the island.
v. 5. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea. The mysterious island: Dropped from the clouds.
v. 4. In search of castaways: South America, Australia, New Zealand.
v. 2. A trip to the center of the earth. Adventures of Captain Hatteras: The English at the North pole.
Jules Verne. A drama in the air. The watch's soul. A winter on the ice. The pearl of Lima. The mutineers. Five weeks in a balloon.