All Around the Moon

Jules Verne

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All Around the Moon is a science-fiction novel by French author Jules Verne, first published in 1870. It is the seventh book in the Extraordinary Voyages Series, and a direct sequel to the fourth book, From the Earth to the Moon. Continuing the trip to the moon that began with the first book, the three passengers (Barbicane, Nicholl and Michel Ardan) go through a series of adventures as they try to get back down to earth. Stuck in a projectile that carried them up there in the first place, the men find that they have altered course and are stuck in the moon's orbit. Eventually they figure out a way to get back using the projectile's rockets, but all does not go to plan.

№ 7 in the Extraordinary Voyages series.

This book has 56,796 words, 117 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1870. This translation by Lewis Page Mercier and Eleanor Elizabeth King was published in 1873.

Production notes: This ebook of All Around the Moon was published by Global Grey on the 17th November 2018, and updated on the 8th December 2022. The artwork used for the cover is 'Astronomical Observations: the Moon' by Donato Creti.

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