“From the Earth to the Moon” continues in its sequel “Around the Moon” published five years after the first part. The three adventurers start their trip to the Moon hoping to survive and complete their mission. Many things go however wrong. It turns out that the projectile has changed course during their journey. They try to navigate it and fix the course but it gets even worse as the projectile begins a fall to the Earth. Everything seems doomed to failure. The lives of the three men are at stake. Is there even any possibility to survive? Will they live to tell what they have seen and experienced or the first ever mission to leave Earth will stay shrouded in mystery?
Jules Verne (1828–1905) was a French novelist who mostly wrote adventure fiction inspired by the scientific advances of the 19th century. With the help of editor Pierre-Jules Hetzel he wrote a series of books called “Extraordinary Travels”, which includes “Journey to the Center of the Earth” (1864), “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea” (1870), and “Around the World in Eighty Days” (1873). Widely popular with both children and adults, Verne is one of the most translated authors of all times, and still inspires people the world over.