Extraordinary Voyage of Jules Verne

Eric Brown - Bill's Stuff

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Trade Edition - Softcover
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Introduction: Ian Watson
Cover Artist: Edward Miller

Paris, 1855. Jules Verne, struggling playwright and frustrated dreamer, finds himself whisked through time, first into the Cretaceous Period, and then into the far future, on a perilous quest to save the world from the tyranny of Robur, the insane Master of the World.

Verne is famous for giving the world such classics as Around the World in 80 Days, Journey to the Centre of the Earth and Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. But what is not known is that Verne experienced an adventure equal to any he wrote about, a quest in which he met mad airship captains, beautiful rebels, and a race of ant-like aliens - and at the same time brought about the salvation of planet Earth and the dawn of a new Golden Age for humankind.

Softcover limited to 500 signed and numbered copies

Hardcover limited to 300 signed and numbered copies


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