Ah, sir, live! Live in the heart of the seas! Here alone lies independence! Here I recognize no superiors! Here I'm free!" ― Jules Verne, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
150 years ago, Jules Verne launched his extraordinary underwater adventure novel, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, a work that ranks among the finest submarine books in history. Today, we celebrate this sesquicentennial with sixteen short stories inspired by that science fiction masterpiece. As you read these new spins on the undersea classic, all written by modern authors, you'll remember the wonder and excitement you felt when you first read Verne's novel.
Featuring short stories by: Eric Choi, Gregory L. Norris, Mike Adamson, Demetri Capetanopoulos , Alfred D. Byrd, J. Woolston Carr, Maya Chhabra, Corrie Garrett, Andrew Gudgel, Nikoline Kaiser, James J.C. Kelly, M.W. Kelly, Jason J. McCuiston, Allison Tebo, Stephen R. Wilk, and Michael D. Winkle.
20,000 Leagues Remembered is a tribute to that great French author and his fantastic undersea thriller. Captain Nemo's motto was Mobilis in Mobili—moving freely in a free world. Immerse yourself in these stories, live in the heart of this book, and you, too, will be free.