How can humans survive and prosper 1,500 feet below the earth's surface? Jules Verne successfully weaves a dark yet magnificent story into this equally dark world. The story takes place in a revived and now prosperous coal mine. Amazingly, life in the mine has everything that one desires, including a lake, fish and attractive homes. Yet there lurks an evil presence. Unexplainable, malicious, and life-threatening occurrences begin. But why? The evil force could destroy the underground world and everyone in it!More
The Underground City, also known as The Black Indies, The Child of the Cavern, and other titles, is an adventure novel of the extraordinary by the French fabulist, Jules Verne. Set in Scotland in the Victorian age, the novel stars James Starr, a venerable member of the academy, who sets off to explore a long-closed mine in the middle of Scotland. What he finds there is shocking.
Performed in a grave, mysterious style by Jon Bolen, Starr’s journey reveals an entire family living far beneath daylight, deep in the abandoned mine. But his discoveries do not end there. Soon he finds beautiful homes, a fishing lake, young lovers, and presence that may be evil wrought pure. This audiobook is best enjoyed above the Earth’s surface.
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