Journey to the Center of the Earth Free Audiobook Download by Jules Verne

The story of Journey to the Center of the Earth is one of exploration, discovery and adventure. Verne takes us on a journey through an unknown land inhabited by strange creatures and breathtaking landscapes. He brings life to his characters, drawing real-life emotions from them which grounds the story in reality.

'Journey to the Center of the Earth' is one of Jules Verne's best-selling novels. It was published in 1864, and is a novel about an expedition to the Earth's center. The narrator of this audiobook download is Ed Sala.

"Journey to the Center of the Earth" is a book by Jules Verne. It is written in French and has been translated into more than 100 languages. The book tells the fictional story of Professor Pierre Arronax, his nephew and a crew of comrades who embark on a journey through the Earth's interior, using "a wondrous mineral" as an alternative to modern-day methods such as drilling or boring.

Journey to the Center of the Earth is a science fiction novel written by French author Jules Verne in 1864. The book tells the story of a professor and his nephew who go on an adventure together to explore a world full of wonders, only to find themselves near death after coming face-to-face with an angry volcano god.

Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth follows a group of scientists who are exploring an uncharted region on earth where they encounter prehistoric animals and learn about the early earth's history.

Jules Verne's classic Journey to the Center of the Earth, narrated by Ed Sala, is now available for free on in audiobook format! Ed Sala is a master storyteller and narrator whose voice is perfect for this book. I was able to listen while driving with no interruptions and it kept me captivated until the end--which left me wanting more!

Published Date 2010-03-30
Duration 10 hours 30 minutes
Author Jules Verne
Narrated Ed Sala
(24 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Classics, Literary Fiction

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