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20,000 leagues under the sea

Author: Jules Verne; Michael Prichard
Publisher: [Old Saybrook, Conn.] : Tantor Media, 2003.
Series: Unabridged classics.
Edition/Format:   eAudiobook : MP3 : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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French Professor Aronnax and his servant join the Abraham Lincoln, an American frigate, on a mission to find and destroy a "sea-unicorn of colossal dimensions, armed not with a halberd, but with a real spur, as the armored frigates." The undersea monster is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of over 200 ships. When they encounter the "gigantic cetacean" it disables the Abraham Lincoln and knocks  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Science fiction
Audiobooks
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)62311353
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Audio book, etc., Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jules Verne; Michael Prichard
OCLC Number: 123417342
Notes: Downloadable audio file.
Title from: Title details screen.
Unabridged.
Duration: 11:23:35.
Performer(s): Read by Michael Prichard.
Details: Requires OverDrive Media Console (WMA file size: 163776 KB; MP3 file size: 321028 KB).; Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Series Title: Unabridged classics.
Other Titles: Twenty thousand leagues under the sea
Responsibility: Jules Verne.

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French Professor Aronnax and his servant join the Abraham Lincoln, an American frigate, on a mission to find and destroy a "sea-unicorn of colossal dimensions, armed not with a halberd, but with a real spur, as the armored frigates." The undersea monster is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of over 200 ships. When they encounter the "gigantic cetacean" it disables the Abraham Lincoln and knocks Professor Aronnax, his servant, and the hot-tempered harpooner, Ned Land overboard. The three must cling to the beast or drown; soon they realize that it is really a man-made underwater vehicle.

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