20000 Leagues under the sea
1. 30 minutes at one on Friday January 4th.
I read thirty pages in class, and I don’t think I’ll ever be able to swim again.
2. 60 minutes on Monday January 7th at nine thirty.
I read sixty pages, and have been exposed to the wonderful vessel of captain Nemo.
3. 45 minutes in class on Tuesday January 8th at nine thirty AM
The more I have been introduced to the submarine world, the more I
have liked this book, and I have a feeling Jules Vern is just warming up.
4. 30 minutes at home on Wednesday
I have come to actually enjoy the realism of the submarine.
5. 45 minutes in class on Thursday.
I Have decided I like the character of captain Nemo, his name and how much he hates solid land.
6. 30 minutes on Friday
I think I understand th entitle now, it puzzled me before, but now I understand.
7. 30 minutes on Saturday
The crew of the nautilus have reached the Indian Ocean, I wonder if the characters I’m following will ever escape?
8. 30 minutes on Sunday
Captain Nemo has let them stay on dry land, but he’s still hellbent on remaining in the sea.
8. Monday-45 minutes
The crew of the Nautilus Narrowly escaped a native islander attack, but they managed to escape by electrocuting the natives on the Nautilus and in the water around it. That was a fairly tense scene.
9. Tuesday-30 Minutes
Captain Nemo brought them past Sri-Lanka and to the Red Sea, where Jukes Vern somehow predicted THE SUEZ CANAL, but even so, the Nautilus only used an undersea passage to the Mediterranean. The whole undersea passageway made me squirm in my seat with satisfaction.
10. Wednesday, 30 Minutes
They traveled for the entirety of the mediteanean, and Ned Land and Consei ad well as Arronax tried to escape, but were instructed by a spontaneous dive. I sincerely hope they can escape.
11. Thursday. 30 Minutes
The Nautilus headed down South on the Atlantic and ended up at Antarctica. Their destination is the South Pole
12. Friday, 30 Minutes, They go under a massive ice sheet, and Captain Nemo ACTUALLY GOES ON LAND, as they travel towards the South Pole
13. Saturday.45 minutes
They reach the South Pole, but are trapped under an iceberg for a harrowing 10 pages, they narrowly escape in the tensest scene yet.
14. Sunday. 45 minutes
They depart towards Antarctica, and head to the North Atlantic, where the companions are about to once again, attempt an escape to “civilized countries” in this case it is the United States.
15. Monday 45 minutes
I finished the book, now I am ready to start the next book, that’s 50 points down. I will state my thoughts in a full essay, and not here.