The Secret of the Earth

The Secret of the Earth Charles Willing Beale s another work a superb Science Fiction novel that will be thrilling experience for SF readers and pros Pages Approx

  • Title: The Secret of the Earth
  • Author: Charles Willing Beale
  • ISBN: 9780405062766
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Charles Willing Beale s another work, a superb Science Fiction novel that will be thrilling experience for SF readers, and pros 220 Pages Approx.

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    1. this is sort of the opposite from edgar rice burroughs, in delayed action, in talk and conspiracy, in that it takes a while until the journey to the centre of the earth is even begun. unlike verne also, in that there is no obvious or subtle or any attempt to establish scientific plausibility, even possibility, of the hollow earth idea. if i was not aware it was coming, i would have thought this just another mysterious, victorian, adventure preamble.t, the big dumb object seems to be a flying shi [...]

    2. This book is like Journey to the Center of the Earth only with different mythologies. It is classic sci-fi that doesn't get read as often as Verne, but I thought it was just as good. (Keep in mind, my Verne experience is very limited.)

    3. One would think a book about two twin brothers who invent a flying machine and discover the hidden world and civilizations within the hollow earth would be more thrilling.

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