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Mr. Phileas Fogg lived in 1872 at No.7 Saville Row Burlington Gardens. He was one of the most noticeable members of the Reform Club though he seemed always to avoid attracting attention. This Phileas Fogg was a puzzling gentleman about whom little was known except that he was a polished man of the world. (Excerpt)

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Around the World in 80 Days 31 mars 2000
Par Terrance - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book was interesting and I couldn't put it down. Of course, this was written by Jules Verne and was filled with exciting moments. Philleas Fogg, an Englishman, bets 20,000 pounds that he can travel around the world in 80 days with his companion and sevant named Jean Passepartout. After betting this money at the reform club, he departs soon from London and travels all the way around the world. After arriving in many different countries by many different means of transportation, he lands in India and runs into a enchanting young princess who is about to be killed. Fogg and Passepartout come to the rescue and keep moving right along. And soon, they fell in love. But this whole time, there was trouble right behind him. Detective Fix thinks Fogg was a bank robber and this detective is following him everywhere so he can arrest him in London. Passepartout ends up thinking this man is a member of the reform club, and thinks he's trying to stop them from getting there. After many close calls through transportation and an arrest, Fogg arrives. But you'll have to read it yourself to find out what happens. It's a wonderful book and if you haven't read it, it's a good book to read.
10 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A fast, action-packed adventure with both romance and danger 16 octobre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Before there was any kind of high-speed travel an English gentleman named Phileas Fogg betted 20,000 pounds that he can travel around the world in 80 or less days. He starts his journey in London. On his way he meets a beautiful Indian Princess. Fogg also gets mistaken for a criminal. During his whole journey he has a detective following him trying to arrest him when the warrant arrives. In the book you follow Fogg's adventures through four continents when he is racing against time. The book is fast-paced, action-packed adventure with both romance and danger.
The characters in the story were introduced very well, especially Phileas Fogg. In the beginning of the book you get to know that Fogg is a very private gentleman. He never goes to any social places except the Reform Club. A remarkable thing about Fogg is that his life is centered around the clock. He is very precise and always on time. Every day he follows the exact same schedule. Phileas Fogg does not have a wife or any kids.
The setting of the book was very jumpy. Since Fogg travels through many continents and countries the setting changes all the time. You still feel you know a little bit about every place that he comes to, even if he only stays there for a couple of hours.
When I started reading the book I thought it would be a really good book and it really did meet my standards. I would recommend it to any one who likes adventure and action. Since it is written in so many different versions a person almost any age can read it.
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Jim Dale shines once again. 12 septembre 2007
Par Jeffrey P. Heller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette
Prior to listening to this audio book, I thought it to be impossible to add anything to the brilliance and imagination of a Jules Verne story. I was mistaken. Jim Dale once again dazzles us with his character work as he joyfully guides us through this classic piece of literature. Anyone familiar with Dale's work on the Harry Potter series knows the kind of dimension he can add to a story, but here he breathes new life into an already wonderful 130 year old novel. A real delight to listen to.
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A book to be shared around the World! 14 décembre 1999
Par Flak Macket - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This classic book is astonishing in it's in depth look of a grand aventure aruond the world in 80 days.It is a must read and once you start, you cannot put it down!I loved this book, ecspecially the ending and I recommend it to everyone, even kids.I find it a great starter for the world of books! :)
A delightful book with an incredible narrator! 11 mai 2009
Par A. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Let me start by saying that if this is any indication of Jim Dale's other audio book work he is indeed worthy of all the praise he's been given! He has such a wonderful, full, warm voice for narrating and his character voices are incredible! Each character is varied and unique, the voice perfectly fitting of the character's personality. I can hardly wait to listen to another audio book he's narrated.

As for the story itself I was quite charmed and pleased. I really had little knowledge as to what the story was about aside from someone trying to go around the world in 80 days. But there was so much more to it and so many adventures and character traits I wasn't expecting.

Phileas Fogg is an upright British gentleman who does the same thing every day, always routine, always predictable. Fogg is calm, collected and never gets ruffled about anything. So when he accepts his fellow card players' challenge (and bet) to go around the world in 80 days, it is quite unnerving to his new servant Passeportout, who's been looking forward to the quite life, living in London. What ensues is one adventure after another as Fogg, Passeportout, and a collection of other characters garnered along the journey, try to make it around the world in 80 days.

My biggest "complaint" (if there is one) is that sometimes the descriptions of locations got to be a bit long. I think it was mostly when a lot of distance was covered and not a lot of adventure in between, because it felt like description after description without a lot of character development in between. This is really my only complaint though, and it didn't happen very often. Instead, I found myself growing increasingly fond of these characters, smiling when they would overcome their toils, and frowning when they would loose a few days due to a delay. And, I must admit, the characters ended up being far more in-depth than I originally expected. And Verne had me guessing until the very end what, indeed, the final outcome would be.
There are but a two plot points I'm still a little unsure about, but I can't say without spoiling, and they are fairly minor, all things considered.
Fogg's un-wavering sense of calm could, I imagine, be a tad annoying to some, but Passeportout more than evens things out, and personally, I rather admired Fogg's ability to take everything in stride, working out how to solve a problem without getting flustered or angry.

I'd also like to make a comment about the political correctness of this book. I know there's discussion that it's not PC at all. But really, I found it pretty advanced, especially given the time when it was written. To me, it was clear that the characters were accepting of other cultures and religions, people and races. Yes, some things are dramatized, but it is an adventure book, so it's likely we'd run into the "bad eggs" of various cultures (including American and British). But really, overall I think the book does a pretty good job of respecting other cultures and raising awareness of how invasive Britain was into the cultures across the Middle East and Asia.

So, all in all there were a few flaws, but it's still definitely worth the read. Or listen - Dale is not to be missed! And once the question is raised, how can you not want to know if it IS possible to make it around the world in 80 days?
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