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La Vuelta Al Mundo En 80 Días

La Vuelta Al Mundo En 80 Días

Escrito por Jules Verne

Narrado por Fabio Camero


La Vuelta Al Mundo En 80 Días

Escrito por Jules Verne

Narrado por Fabio Camero

valoraciones:
4/5 (277 valoraciones)
Longitud:
3 horas
Editorial:
Publicado:
5 oct 2001
ISBN:
9781611552713
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Las aventuras alrededor del mundo de un ingles. A Julio Verne le consideran como uno de los precursores de la novela de ficcion cientifica, por que escribio sobre temas como los viajes submarinos o la llegada a la luna, que en esos tiempos eran casi un imposible. Pero lo mas imposible de todo era hacer un viaje alrededor del mundo en poco menos de tres meses, mas cuando el viajero tiene que atravesar sitios salvajes perseguido por la policia y por eso las aventuras de Phileas Fogg, el caballero ingles que logro esa hazana, se convirtieron inmediatamente en la obra mas popular de Julio Verne. Aun hoy dia, cuando se puede dar la vuelta al mundo en una horas, ese libro sigue siendo popular, lo cual es un homenaje a las cualidades narrativas de Verne, que incluso han sido llevadas al cine.
Editorial:
Publicado:
5 oct 2001
ISBN:
9781611552713
Formato:
Audiolibro

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  • (4/5)
    A fast-paced adventure dripped with cliches and humor - I listened to the audio read by Jim Dale and it was a lovely way to spend an afternoon.
  • (4/5)
    There's something rather charming and fantastic about this work, and in the way that Verne manages to bring to life characters in even such a fast-paced and simply told tale as this one. Certainly, the language is as dated as the narrative and the modes of transportation involved in Fogg's journey, but in an odd way, that feels to make it all the more fantastic and believable. Strange as that might be.I don't think I would have had the patience for this tale when I was younger, so I'm glad to have finally gotten around to it now. Certainly, I'd recommend it.
  • (4/5)
    This was a very suspenseful, exciting book! This was the first Verne book I've ever read, and he is very good at keeping readers gnawing on their nails at the edge of their seats. The story has humor sprinkled throughout it that had me laughing out loud. I loved it; I know I say this about nearly everything I read, but this truly was a wonderful book!
  • (3/5)
    An old book that has dated well. It is a good tale, well told. of two Londoner's travel around the world to win a wager. While the errors in detail in some places helps us understand how hard fact checking was in a pre-Google world, there is enough got right to make the reading enjoyable. In particular, the twist in the plot based on the travellers maintaining London time for the whole journey leading to them miscounting the number of days away from London, is a little gem.
  • (4/5)
    I'm not a typical Classics fan but I try to read a few each year. I actually enjoyed this one but was a bit confused because all the covers and film adaptations have Phineas Fogg in a hot air balloon but I never got that during y reading of this story. I enjoyed seeing all the different geographical locations and how Fogg manage to somehow come right even at the end..
  • (4/5)
    My most recent installment book was Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne which was originally published in 1873 and I think it has definitely aged well. The story is told in a simple straightforward style, and the various global adventures move the story along at a rapid pace. The plot is a little silly yet the book comes together nicely and before too long the reader finds himself involved in the story and rooting for the participants. The characters are distinct and well developed from the routine-obsessed, uptight yet cool main character who travels around the world based on a bet from some of the gentlemen at his club, to the sympathetic French manservant who is loyal, smart and a very good gymnast. Even the lesser developed characters of Aouda, the Indian lady, to Fix, the stalking policeman, are colourful and add to the story. Around the World in Eighty Days is light, fun and makes for great escape reading. A little dated, to be sure, but overall a very good read.