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(4.2 stars; 47 reviews)

Topsy Turvy is a translation of Sans dessus dessous (1889) . This anonymous translation was first published by J. G. Ogilvie (New York, 1890). We meet our old friends Barbicane and J.T. Maston from “Earth to the Moon” who now give us their own approach to the topic of “global warming”. Although they are searching for coal and not oil, readers will find that the auction of the Arctic energy reserves has a definite 21st century ring. (Summary from the Gutenberg e-text.)

This project was proof listened by stonie1914 and Betty M. (4 hr 26 min)


01 - Chapter I 19:49 Read by Anna Simon
02 - Chapter II 24:31 Read by Joelle Peebles
03 - Chapter III 19:20 Read by mevans
04 - Chapter IV 14:27 Read by Mark F. Smith
05 - Chapter V 13:47 Read by Mark F. Smith
06 - Chapter VI 16:54 Read by Bren Phillips
07 - Chapter VII 18:35 Read by Phil Griffiths
08 - Chapter VIII 5:53 Read by Esther
09 - Chapter IX 7:13 Read by Patrick Wells
10 - Chapter X 13:49 Read by Patrick Wells
11 - Chapter XI 10:53 Read by Patrick Wells
12 - Chapter XII 13:48 Read by Patti Cunningham
13 - Chapters XIII and XIV 17:02 Read by Jon Talcott
14 - Chapter XV 15:24 Read by Patti Cunningham
15 - Chapter XVI 8:23 Read by Todd Cranston-Cuebas
16 - Chapter XVII 14:56 Read by Jeanne Luft
17 - Chapter XVIII 6:07 Read by David Lawrence
18 - Chapter XIX 13:17 Read by Patti Cunningham
19 - Chapters XX and XXI 12:49 Read by David Lawrence


(5 stars)

bravo Patrick Wells! I LOVE to hear a youth read so beautifully. he read better then most adults I have heard read books from this era. good book as well with a lot of good readers

A little far-fetched but fun.

(3.5 stars)

Alittle far-fetched but fun, typical Jules Verne but not as elaborate as his other stories. the readers did a good job.