Around the World in Eighty Days - Jules Verne Reviews
Description:ISBN 014044906X / Author: Jules Verne / Genre: Classic Literature
Newest Review: ... a very simple read and will never put you on the edge of your seat. We're not talking adventure thriller here. Does ... more
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by - written on 10/04/02, updated on 11/04/02 (Very useful, 1021 readings)
Phileas Fogg, that fine purveyor of corn snacks was a star well before you may think. Yes indeed, before he entered into the world of the 'superior' bar snack, he was apparently a character from a famous novel by Jules Verne, about a man who travels around the world in eighty days in order to win a bet with some gentleman at the London reform club. Or was that Willy Fogg? I seem to be getting confused. I think you are too. I'll clarify. This op is not about crisps. This op is not about eighties cartoon adaptations of this most famous of novels. (Although I will no doubt be tempted to refer to said cartoon series throughout the ... Read the complete review
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