From the Earth to the Moon Jules Verne read online review & book description:
From the Earth to the Moon is a humorous science fantasy story. It tells the story of three well-to-do members of a post-American Civil War gun club who build an enormous sky-facing columbiad and ride a spaceship fired from it to the moon.
From the Earth to the Moon book review From the Earth to the Moon ePUB; Jules Verne; Short Stories books.
Not as expected.
Only 6 pages
Not the book
By Bruce _Waynger
It's some weird librivox text
This wasn’t a book.
What a scam. This wasn’t a book but a bunch of bs
Not the book
This isn't even the book. Why is this here?
I thought it was the book
So I got this thinking it was the original or at least a book is in it there is no book it just says that audio versions are available which I don't trust because it will probably say go to this link to get the book I would have given this no stars but that's not a rating sadly
No book here. Move along
There is no book here. It's just a title page and notices.
Just a few blank pages!
A waste of time, energy, space and Internet bandwidth/traffic. Just a few blank pages to waste storage space of your Mac, or idevice.
from the earth to the moon
WHERE IS THE BOOOK!!!!!!!!!!
Not a book?!?!
There is no book here. Just 8 pages of crap
Don't waste your time
There is no book here. Only five pages or so about an audio reading of the book? Move along.
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