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by Jules Verne


The Survivors of the Chancellor: Diary of J. R. Kazallon, Passenger (French: Le Chancellor: Journal du passager . R

The Survivors of the Chancellor: Diary of J. Kazallon) is an 1875 novel written by Jules Verne about the final voyage of a British sailing ship, the Chancellor, told from the perspective of one of its passengers (in the form of a diary). At the beginning of its voyage, the Chancellor carried eight passengers and twenty crew members. By the end, only eleven people (five passengers and six crew) remained alive.

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More than three months had elapsed since we left Charleston in the Chancellor, and for no less than twenty days had we now been borne along on our raft at the mercy of the wind and waves.

More than three months had elapsed since we left Charleston in the Chancellor, and for no less than twenty days had we now been borne along on our raft at the mercy of the wind and waves e were approaching the American coast, or whether we were drifting farther and farther to sea, it was now impossible to determine, for, in addition to the other disasters caused by the hurricane, the captain's instruments had been hopelessly smashed, and Curtis had no longer any compass by which to direct his course, nor a sextant by which he might.

M4B Audiobook (139MB). Download cover art Download CD case insert. Survivors of the Chancellor. Jules VERNE (1828 - 1905). Through raging storms, emaciating hunger and thirst, shipwreck and mutin. ollow the passengers of The Chancellor as they descend from one layer of hell to the next; never knowing if they will live another day. Horrific tragedy befalls them one after another, chipping away at the resolve and sanity of the passengers and crew. This tale is told in the first person, from the point of view of one of the passengers, J. Kazallon.

Jules Verne was born in 1828 in France. His dream was to write a new kind of novel, which combined scientific fact with fiction. Verne eventually wrote 40 novels in his Voyages extraordinaires series. What one man can imagine.

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Jules Gabriel Verne (1828-1905) was a French author who pioneered the science-fiction genre. Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful

Jules Gabriel Verne (1828-1905) was a French author who pioneered the science-fiction genre. He is best known for novels such as Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1864), Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873). Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful.

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First published 1875.
MrDog
the most surprising page-turner you'll ever read!

From an unassuming ship on an seemingly mundane voyage comes more drama, suspense, and excitement than you'd ever think to find in a 19th century book.

Although known for only a few of his works, Jules Verne has authored quite a few novels. This one should be in his top 10.

Written in journal style first person as one of the ship's passengers, this story begins in an every-day fashion but don't be fooled! As in real life, circumstances paint a very different picture than expectations. Before you know it, you're up to your knees in suspense!

What does it take to make normal people become mad? What are real hunger and real thirst? How far will a person go to ensure his own survival - or that of another? These are only a few of the questions answered so vividly that it is little less than cinematic. No one who gets through the first couple of chapters will be bored with this one!

Be warned! This book is not for the squeamish or timid. But if you are a real shipwreck-survivor story fanatic, this one is for you!
MEGA FREEDY
Very intense and interesting. I wonder if it is based on a true sea disaster. The end felt a little rushed, but the story was over, so no problem.
Humin
Wow, this is not what I expected. You can really get some serious nightmares. Still it sure kept my attention. Probably an accurate account of what can happen. Makes me never want to take another cruise.
Villo
I think Verne went to his limits of human nature in this book.Most of his stories have some tragedy but usually fair outcomes.This by far shows his (i think very honest human understanding) of what man is capable of doing in dire situations!It is the only one of his books I have read so far that goes down this path.It will keep you reading on & on.
ACOS
Not science fiction, but it's still a good story about a disaster at sea. If you enjoy the subgenre (like Men at Sea) then you'll enjoy this. Just don't expect SciFi Verne.
Gietadia
Probably Verne's worst book. Long, drawn-out suffering in a survivor story. I read it only because it was mentioned in the Lost tv series.
Shak
How can you go wrong with Jules Verne? It is an easy read. Great airplane fodder or just for relaxing.
With my love for the old books, this was a good read and great addition to my Kindle. Worth adding to my collection.
The Survivors of the Chancellor ebook
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Jules Verne
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