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Gent assignments at the close of the Civil War their president Impey Barbicane proposes that they build a gun big enough to launch a rocket to the moo I m not a fan of Jules Verne s writing hence it was a bit difficult for me to complete this book I m just glad that somehow I did Though there was a fair bit of skimming involved like pages at times There are a lot of good things I can say about this book like the entire concept of the Gun Club and the mission to send a projectile to Moon some really sharp sarcastic observations that made me giggle every time I recalled them later on a decent story overall and the feel good factor But there was the inescapable Verne writing that I have now come to dread that literally haunted me through the entire book the excruciatingly slow pace of the story progression and the crazy level of Science involved for such a short read Though the Science bit was actually uite impressive I did not enjoy it at all I was hoping to finish this book in a few hours but it took me than 3 days to finish it So you can guess why I gave this book a 2 star ratingI d recommend this book only to the hardcore fans of author Jules Verne and to no one elseYou can also read this review at The Reading Bud Dragon Age: Hard in Hightown not a fan of Jules Verne s writing hence it was a bit difficult for me to complete this book I m just glad that somehow I did Though there was a fair bit of skimming involved like pages at times There are a lot of good things I can say about this book like the entire concept of the Gun Club and the mission to send a projectile to Moon some really sharp sarcastic observations that made me giggle every time I recalled them later on a decent story overall and the feel good factor But there was the inescapable Verne writing that I have The Isles now come to dread that literally haunted me through the entire book the excruciatingly slow pace of the story progression and the crazy level of Science involved for such a short read Though the Science bit was actually uite impressive I did KING not enjoy it at all I was hoping to finish this book in a few hours but it took me than 3 days to finish it So you can guess why I gave this book a 2 star ratingI d recommend this book only to the hardcore fans of author Jules Verne and to Ty jesteś moje imię no one elseYou can also read this review at The Reading Bud

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Written almost a century Terre à PDFEPUB #10003 before the daringflights of the astronauts Jules Verne's prophetic novel of man's race to the stars i 35 StarsAlright Kids Let s start by catching some reel from Back To the Future III Clara Clayton Emmett do you think we ll ever be able to travel to the moon like we travel across the country on trains Doc Definitely although not for another eighty four years and not on trains We ll have space vehicles capsules to sail off in rockets devices that create giant explosions explosions that are so powerful that they Clara Clayton finishes Doc s sentence They break the pull of the earth s gravity and send their projectile through outer space Doc stares at her in shock Clara laughs Clara Clayton Emmett I read that book too You re uoting Jules Verne From the Earth to the MoonJules Verne wrote From Earth to Moon in 1865 a century before the actual small step for man one giant leap for mankind In his novel Verne introduces the Balti Gun Club a group of Gun enthusiasts with a wide membership and an unuenchable thirst for action yet they find themselves without a war to fight and nothing notable to occupy them Not for longWhen Impey Barbicane the president of the club reveals his plans to create a gun long enough and strong enough to launch an expedition to the moon the whole world is captivated by his dream Calculations are made locations are scouted and days are marked Will they be able to pull it off If you take a step back and look at the story you ll see that It s about a bunch of gun crazed adventure loving Americans constructing a big ass gun so that they can literally shoot for the moon with a bullet Only when you take a closer look you ll see the beauty of Verne s work Yes there are pages of mostly outdated 20th century science dump along with some shockingly accurate predictions and calculations Also there are pages of minute details like amount of money collected from each county for the project and list of banks participated which probably is weird for a modern reader BUT when you put those pages behind you you ll find a story filled with humor courage and UTTER LUNACY Some of the best parts were view spoilerthe enmity between Captain Nicholl and President Barbicane and their duel the entry of the Frenchman the infectious enthusiasm of every member of the audience and the description of final take off hide spoiler Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet novel of man's race to the stars i 35 StarsAlright Kids Let s start by catching some reel from Back To the Future III Clara Clayton Emmett do you think we ll ever be able to travel to the moon like we travel across the country on trains Doc Definitely although Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, not for another eighty four years and Detective Wanda Wolfe not on trains We ll have space vehicles capsules to sail off in rockets devices that create giant explosions explosions that are so powerful that they Clara Clayton finishes Doc s sentence They break the pull of the earth s gravity and send their projectile through outer space Doc stares at her in shock Clara laughs Clara Clayton Emmett I read that book too You re uoting Jules Verne From the Earth to the MoonJules Verne wrote From Earth to Moon in 1865 a century before the actual small step for man one giant leap for mankind In his Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości novel Verne introduces the Balti Gun Club a group of Gun enthusiasts with a wide membership and an unuenchable thirst for action yet they find themselves without a war to fight and Dreams of Glass nothing Zawieszenie niewiary notable to occupy them Not for longWhen Impey Barbicane the president of the club reveals his plans to create a gun long enough and strong enough to launch an expedition to the moon the whole world is captivated by his dream Calculations are made locations are scouted and days are marked Will they be able to pull it off If you take a step back and look at the story you ll see that It s about a bunch of gun crazed adventure loving Americans constructing a big ass gun so that they can literally shoot for the moon with a bullet Only when you take a closer look you ll see the beauty of Verne s work Yes there are pages of mostly outdated 20th century science dump along with some shockingly accurate predictions and calculations Also there are pages of minute details like amount of money collected from each county for the project and list of banks participated which probably is weird for a modern reader BUT when you put those pages behind you you ll find a story filled with humor courage and UTTER LUNACY Some of the best parts were view spoilerthe enmity between Captain Nicholl and President Barbicane and their duel the entry of the Frenchman the infectious enthusiasm of every member of the audience and the description of final take off hide spoiler

Jules Verne Ù 2 Free read

S a classic adventure tale enlivened by broad satire and scientific acumen When the members of the elite Balti Gun Club find themselves lacking any ur I thought this was an excellent book very understandable and easy to read Jules Verne had a wonderful imagination and I look forward to reading other works by this author What I particularly liked was the satire and the technical explanation of how various types of telescope worked Who needs a technical manual when you can read Jules Verne


10 thoughts on “De la Terre à la Lune

  1. says:

    De la Terre à la Lune From the Earth to the Moon Extraordinary Voyages #4 Jules Verne From the Earth to the Moon is an 1865 novel by Jules Verne It tells the story of the Balti Gun Club a post American Civil War society of weapons enthusiasts and their attempts to build an enormous Columbiad space gun and lau

  2. says:

    ★★★✬☆ 35 StarsAlright Kids Let's start by catching some reel from Back To the Future III Clara Clayton Emmett do you think we'll ever be able to travel to the moon like we travel across the country on trains Doc Definitely although not for another eighty four years and not on trains We'll have space vehicles capsules to sail off in rockets devices that create giant explosions explosions that are so powerful that they Clara Clayt

  3. says:

    From the Earth to the Moon was written almost 100 years before man finally stepped foot on the moon a mixture of early sci fi and adventure book that has truly imaginative elements alongside Jules Verne's very scientific mindIn an America that is rather frightfully similar to its current state gun enthusiasts find themselves at t

  4. says:

    I thought this was an excellent book very understandable and easy to read Jules Verne had a wonderful imagination and I look forward to reading other works by this author What I particularly liked was the satire and the technical explanation of how various types of telescope worked Who needs a technical manual when you can read Jules Verne

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    As for the Yankees they had no other ambition than to take possession of this new continent of the sky and to plant upon the summit of its highest elevation the star spangled banner of the United States of America Yup this is still my favourite uote Simply because I cannot get over Verne daring to imagine that iconic tv image from 1

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    Is it the fate of every science fiction novel to become obsolete to appear uaint even silly in ages to come Verne was certainly a pioneer and this book is impressive in a number of ways But on the narrative level it performs a glorious belly flopPages and pages of engineering terminology numbers weights and measures A few snide lampoons in the form of the American Gun club who are determined to fire off their experiment as uickly and drama

  7. says:

    I'm not a fan of Jules Verne's writing hence it was a bit difficult for me to complete this book I'm just glad that somehow I did Though there was a fair bit of skimming involved like pages at times There are a lot of good things I can say about this book like the entire concept of the Gun Club and the mission to send a projectile to Moon some really sharp sarcastic observations that made me giggle every time I

  8. says:

    Whoa thank goodness I didn't read the back cover of the book or else several fun surprises would be spoiledHoly Verne it's

  9. says:

    Those three men have carried into space all the resources of art science and industry With that one can do anything” Though humorous and outlandish at times this must have been an inspiration for generations to come

  10. says:

    From the Earth to the moonPresident Barbicane and his 3 team member begin a special survey about how they can do one journey to moon

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