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Topsy-Turvy

Jules Verne (1828-1905)

1. 01 - Chapter I
2. 02 - Chapter II
3. 03 - Chapter III
4. 04 - Chapter IV
5. 05 - Chapter V
6. 06 - Chapter VI
7. 07 - Chapter VII
8. 08 - Chapter VIII
9. 09 - Chapter IX
10. 10 - Chapter X
11. 11 - Chapter XI
12. 12 - Chapter XII
13. 13 - Chapters XIII and XIV
14. 14 - Chapter XV
15. 15 - Chapter XVI
16. 16 - Chapter XVII
17. 17 - Chapter XVIII
18. 18 - Chapter XIX
19. 19 - Chapters XX and XXI

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Summary

Topsy Turvy is a translation of Sans dessus dessous (1889) . This anonymous translation was first published by J. G. Ogilvie (New York, 1890). We meet our old friends Barbicane and J.T. Maston from “Earth to the Moon” who now give us their own approach to the topic of “global warming”. Although they are searching for coal and not oil, readers will find that the auction of the Arctic energy reserves has a definite 21st century ring.

Reviews

Julie

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Topsy Turvy was an odd book to listen to. The narrators did a wonderful job. This book was dry and not very exciting.

Julie

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The readers did a very good job on this odd book. The story is very dry and nota lot of adventure or excitement. Hard to get through. Thank you.