The Survivors of the Chancellor

The Survivors of the Chancellor

The Survivors of the Chancellor: Diary of J. R. Kazallon, Passenger is an 1875 novel written by Jules Verne about the final voyage of a British sailing ship, the Chancellor, told from the perspective of one of its passengers (in the form of a diary)....

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Title:The Survivors of the Chancellor
Author:Jules Verne
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Genres:Classics
ISBN:Le Chancellor
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Number of Pages:138 pages pages

The Survivors of the Chancellor Reviews

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Oct 08, 2016

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

  • Travis
    Oct 23, 2017

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

  • Cait Poytress
    Feb 04, 2010

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

    This book is rather gruesome in its nature and content. However it does contain in it one of my favorite lines from Jules Verne. It is the story of the people on a ship that sinks in the middle of the ocean. The entire book takes place at sea and is the story of how they survive (or...

    This is supposed to be the journal of one of the passengers. It feels more like journalism than literature. It's well written, but it's little more than an account of facts. The characters are developed through dialog with the journal's writer and his opinions, this is well done and d...

    I may have actually liked this book had I been able to read the print copy. Unfortunately I will never know. I was stuck listening to the audiobook narrated by John Bolen, as it was all my library had. What a terrible narrator! He kept slipping in and out of accents, which were god awf...

  • Juan Carlos Santillán
    Aug 03, 2011

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

  • Will Boncher
    Oct 27, 2014

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

  • Sin
    Feb 09, 2010

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

  • Kimberly Mccrea
    Aug 04, 2009

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

  • Amber
    Jan 03, 2009

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

  • Uncle  Dave Avis
    Nov 11, 2011

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

  • Colin Bartol
    Jan 19, 2012

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

  • Robert
    Sep 22, 2013

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

    This book is rather gruesome in its nature and content. However it does contain in it one of my favorite lines from Jules Verne. It is the story of the people on a ship that sinks in the middle of the ocean. The entire book takes place at sea and is the story of how they survive (or...

    This is supposed to be the journal of one of the passengers. It feels more like journalism than literature. It's well written, but it's little more than an account of facts. The characters are developed through dialog with the journal's writer and his opinions, this is well done and d...

    I may have actually liked this book had I been able to read the print copy. Unfortunately I will never know. I was stuck listening to the audiobook narrated by John Bolen, as it was all my library had. What a terrible narrator! He kept slipping in and out of accents, which were god awf...

    I read this book because I kind of have a fantasy of being shipwrecked. It was a quick read, but seemed to lack a plot more enticing than the shipwreck itself. It was still enjoyable for a short story, but it never managed to make me care about the characters, and the conclusion seemed...

  • dragonhelmuk
    May 06, 2013

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

  • Angel
    May 29, 2018

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

  • Stuart Taylor
    Mar 23, 2013

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

  • Rodrigo
    Mar 27, 2013

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

    This book is rather gruesome in its nature and content. However it does contain in it one of my favorite lines from Jules Verne. It is the story of the people on a ship that sinks in the middle of the ocean. The entire book takes place at sea and is the story of how they survive (or...

    This is supposed to be the journal of one of the passengers. It feels more like journalism than literature. It's well written, but it's little more than an account of facts. The characters are developed through dialog with the journal's writer and his opinions, this is well done and d...

  • Terri
    Sep 15, 2016

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

    This book is rather gruesome in its nature and content. However it does contain in it one of my favorite lines from Jules Verne. It is the story of the people on a ship that sinks in the middle of the ocean. The entire book takes place at sea and is the story of how they survive (or...

    This is supposed to be the journal of one of the passengers. It feels more like journalism than literature. It's well written, but it's little more than an account of facts. The characters are developed through dialog with the journal's writer and his opinions, this is well done and d...

    I may have actually liked this book had I been able to read the print copy. Unfortunately I will never know. I was stuck listening to the audiobook narrated by John Bolen, as it was all my library had. What a terrible narrator! He kept slipping in and out of accents, which were god awf...

    I read this book because I kind of have a fantasy of being shipwrecked. It was a quick read, but seemed to lack a plot more enticing than the shipwreck itself. It was still enjoyable for a short story, but it never managed to make me care about the characters, and the conclusion seemed...

    Don't read before bedtime Wow, this is not what I expected. You can really get some serious nightmares. Still it sure kept my attention. Probably an accurate account of what can happen. Makes me never want to take another cruise. ...

    A straightforward but nevertheless compelling tale of shipwreck and survival. ...

  • Carl
    May 15, 2014

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

    This book is rather gruesome in its nature and content. However it does contain in it one of my favorite lines from Jules Verne. It is the story of the people on a ship that sinks in the middle of the ocean. The entire book takes place at sea and is the story of how they survive (or...

  • Shabneez
    May 06, 2018

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

  • Rashidul K
    Oct 02, 2013

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

  • Angie
    May 12, 2016

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

    This book is rather gruesome in its nature and content. However it does contain in it one of my favorite lines from Jules Verne. It is the story of the people on a ship that sinks in the middle of the ocean. The entire book takes place at sea and is the story of how they survive (or...

    This is supposed to be the journal of one of the passengers. It feels more like journalism than literature. It's well written, but it's little more than an account of facts. The characters are developed through dialog with the journal's writer and his opinions, this is well done and d...

    I may have actually liked this book had I been able to read the print copy. Unfortunately I will never know. I was stuck listening to the audiobook narrated by John Bolen, as it was all my library had. What a terrible narrator! He kept slipping in and out of accents, which were god awf...

    I read this book because I kind of have a fantasy of being shipwrecked. It was a quick read, but seemed to lack a plot more enticing than the shipwreck itself. It was still enjoyable for a short story, but it never managed to make me care about the characters, and the conclusion seemed...

    Don't read before bedtime Wow, this is not what I expected. You can really get some serious nightmares. Still it sure kept my attention. Probably an accurate account of what can happen. Makes me never want to take another cruise. ...

  • John Peel
    Feb 21, 2017

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

  • Duane
    Jul 13, 2015

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

  • Carlos G Hermida
    Aug 19, 2018

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

  • Pramod Nair
    Mar 23, 2015

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

  • Иван Величков
    Jul 22, 2017

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

  • Tomi Alger
    Mar 22, 2018

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

  • Juliana Brandagamba
    May 22, 2016

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

    Kindled for free. This book was pretty good. A ship for some never-explained reason is steered entirely off cost, is wrecked somewhere between Africa and South America, and the castaways face starvation and slow death. This may be the first Verne book ever where Verne does not seem to ...

    "The Survivors Of The Chancellor" - the title pretty much tells you the whole plot. An ocean voyage, a tragedy and then a grim struggle for survival. There are some nice aspects to this, with the plot backed up by Verne's meticulous research, but on the whole it isn't really all that s...

    (view spoiler)[Verne's works are, in more cases than one, not the cheerful optimistic works as which they are presented. His editor Hetzel had a tendency to remove dark, desolate endings and replace them with dissatisfyingly happy ones. I can only imagine that, as this book has a reaso...

  • Dennis Lynch
    Jun 20, 2018

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...

    This is another of Verne's Extra-ordinary adventures. A group of travelers and sailors set out from the Carolinas toward England, but troubles occur and soon they are off course. Eventually, a raft is keeping them alive. This book was not as scientific as his other adventures, which is...

    Definitivamente no es mi favorito. El nivel de tensión es bueno, pero siento que se le escapa al final. Le premisa inicial es buena y el desarrollo es lento, no es algo a lo que nos tenga acostumbrados el sr. Verne. Es diferente, y si me gustó, solo que esperaba un final más fuerte....

    A shipwreck and then 40+ days at sea on a life raft. Verne works in every possible calamity for the surviving passengers and crew. 50+ short chapters keep things moving along. ...

  • Fernando Endara
    Aug 07, 2017

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

  • Gab Ri Elle
    Feb 15, 2018

    A highly satisfying nautical adventure from Jules Verne. The novel is written from a first person perspective and narrates a great tale of tragedy, mystery, and suffering through journal entries made by J R Kazallon, a passenger on the ship 'Chancellor'. The book starts of at a slow...

    I finished Le Chancellor on friday but forgot to update goodreads. I liked it. And the illustrated version was on point. It's been a long time since I had picked up an 'adventure' book. It felt nice. 3/5 stars for this one. ...

    Verne's love for the sea led him to write several novels about ships, shipwrecks, castaways, etc. This 140 year old novel (1875) is the story of the commercial sailing ship, the Chancellor, and it's ultimate demise in the Atlantic Ocean, leaving it's crew and passengers adrift on a raf...

    The Survivors of the Chancellor (Extraordinary Voyages, #13), Jules Verne ...

    ????????? ??????? ?????? ??????????? ?? ??? ????, ?????????? ???????? ? ???????????? ?? ????????? ?????? ???. ????????? ?????? ?? ??????? ?? ??????? ?????...

    Esta novela de Julio Verne, pertenece a su serie "Viajes extraordinarios" y cuenta las peripecias de un grupo de supervivientes del naufragio del "Chancellor". Esta embarcación realizaba su tercer viaje de Charleston a Liverpool por el mar atlántico con 18 hombres en la tripulación ...

    Jules Verne, of course, wrote in the mid 19th century, and his style of writing reflects this. Why say in short phrases what can be said in longer flowery phrases. Once the reader gets beyond the style of writing shock, the story is really a good one. Verne develops the characters ve...

    Following a disaster at sea, the crew and passengers of the Chancellor are left stranded at sea and have to struggle through dealing with hardship, starvation, mutiny, the elements and creeping despair. Verne treats this situation so matter of factly that it can get a bit dry, and m...

    Gave me what I wanted from Moby Dick! The Survivors of the Chancellor is a book which for the first 40 - 50 pages felt dull and uneventful. Characters were established and the writing style was very fluid and immersive but it hadn't hooked me and I feared that i'd just plod through ...

    Éste es, definitivamente, el libro más oscuro que he leído de Verne hasta el momento. En él no existen grandes descubrimientos científicos ni pormenorizadas descripciones geográficas. "El Chancellor" es la historia de un grupo de personas y sus diferentes maneras de hacer frente...

    This is one the first books that I have read in my life. I can't remember all details now but I know that it made a deep impression on me at that time. I think I can say it's one the books that got me hooked on reading. It's hard to give a rating for this book now. I will give it 5 ...

    surprisingly this novella isnt popular. this is so well written and deserves to be noticed more among hundreds of other work of Jules Verne. Read it if you love his works. ...

    LOST - 207 ...

    Book referenced on "Lost". Regina is reading the book upside down before she wraps herself in chains and leaps off the freighter. ...

    Pretty standard Jules Verne adventure. More cannibalism than usual. ...

    A surprisingly dark story. Normally Verne is much more upbeat, but this story practically could be an existentialist novel. Still it kept me engaged. ...

    Primera incursión, no evitango mi vergüenza de decirlo, leyendo una novela completa de Julio Verne. Este libro, habiendo sido publicado hace un siglo y medio, cuantas veces lo habremos visto replicado en peliculas y libros de historias de superación y supervivencia. Julio Verne es u...

    I love stories of sunken ships , tragedies at the sea and people trying to survive . Jules Verne gives us breath-taking , adventure packed book which pulls you in from the very first page . This book will touch your emotions and can even make you wipe a tear if you are sensitive . Do...