The Children of Captain Grant by Jules Verne

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“The fewer one's comforts, the fewer one's needs; and the fewer one's needs, the greater one's happiness.” - Jules Verne / "Children of Captain Grant" - is one of the most brilliant works of the author, which was interesting to read. This amazing work impressed me with its deep well thought of every detail, the story and each character. All the adventures of the main characters and their travels, as set out in the book, are described very fascinatingly and based on a riddle. It is this mystery that we are trying to solve throughout the entire work. The book describes various natural landscapes: deserts and steppes, snowy mountain peaks and giant cracks, picturesque waterfalls, calm rivers, and swamps. A special place in the story is occupied by natural phenomena such as tropical rainfall, floods, landslides, avalanches, volcanic eruptions. But at the most important place, of course, heroes who, in spite of all obstacles, continue their journey in search of the brave captain Grant, who suffers shipwreck near the island of Tabor.
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