I havewritten a review on one of his most famous books 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. This book combines adventure, suspense and mystery throwing in a few pieces ofinformation about life under the sea. The book begins with some great suspense, it begins with a boat chasinga giant monster that has destroyed some huge unsinkable ships. Every time theyget close to this monster a giant stream of water shoots hundreds of feet intothe air, causing the boat to back off. Once in a while the monster willdisappear from sight for hours.
While reading this part of the book the readerfeels like he is on the boat chasing the monster also. A lot of times the boatgets close enough to the monster to catch it and thoughts of what you think themonster could be run through your head like crazy. When they finally make anattempt to capture it, it disappears beneath the depths of the ocean. One of the most suspenseful and mysterious parts of the book was whenthe characters were thrown into a big room inside the submarine that seemed tohave no doors. At this point in the book the characters have no idea what wasgoing on, neither does the reader.
The only thing that happens during the timein this room is a man comes in and gives them some food, minutes later they allfell asleep. Why where they put to sleep, where is this room that seems to haveno doors? This is just one of the hundreds of questions going through your headduring these couple chapters of the book. When they wake up all the lights inthe room are off and the submarine is shaking. When they finally meet and become comfortable with the captain they getan invitation to go hunting 2 miles under the sea. They put on these hugeunderwater suits that can withstand the pressure two miles under the sea, thenthe cabin fills up with water and a door opens.
Two miles under the sea, whatadventures are down there waiting for them? What amazing sites are two milesunder the sea? What dangerous are awaiting people in the depths of the sea?