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‘Today is Wednesday 2nd October. If I am back in this very room in the Reform Club on Saturday 21st December by eight forty-five in the evening, I win.’

Phileas Fogg bets £20,000 that he can go round the world in eighty days – a huge sum of money in 1872, worth more than a million pounds today. 
When he sets off on his amazing journey with his clever servant, Passepartout, they cannot afford the slightest delay. Will the two travellers have time to help Princess Aouda, when the brave and beautiful young woman is threatened with a cruel fate?

Detective Fix believes that Mr Fogg is a bank robber, and plans to arrest him. Will that be the end of Phileas Fogg’s chance to save his fortune?
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Pages: 65
Languages: English
ISBN: 9781988088631
Publisher: Real Reads
Series: Real Reads
Published: 29 Oct 2016
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  • Real Reads
    Real Reads are retellings of great literature from around the world, each fitted into a 64-page book. Our books make classic stories, dramas and histories available to intelligent young readers as a bridge to the full texts, to language students wanting access to other cultures, and to adult readers who are unlikely ever to read the original versions. Real classics The world’s greatest literature, from William Shakespeare to Scott Fitzgerald, from Jane Austen to the Ramayana, from the New Testament to the Chinese classic Journey to the West, all made accessible through masterful retellings. Each Real Read reflects the depth and power of the original story, and retains much of the author’s vocabulary, style and tone. Really accessible Real Reads bring great books to a wider readership, while always honouring the context and structure of the original. Really well illustrated Illustrators are carefully chosen for their ability to convey the mood of the original text. The wonderful pictures, always historically accurate and laid out to complement the text, enhance the reader’s understanding and enjoyment. Real books Real Reads are section-sewn so they won’t fall apart with regular reading. They are printed on heavyweight paper with board covers and an elegant dustwrapper. Real Reads are a joy to handle, works of art in their own right. Real-world Real Reads embody cultural values and traditions from around the world. They foster cross-cultural understanding and help the reader connect with the world’s most important literature and history. Each book has a section called ‘Taking things further’ which provides historical and human context, suggests links to useful resources, and asks the reader challenging and insightful questions relating to the story. A real success Since the launch of Real Reads in 2007 more than 280,000 copies have been bought in the Real Reads English-language editions. As well as the original editions, Real Reads are also available in licensed editions in India, China, Germany, Taiwan, Canada, Greece, Iceland, Korea, Colombia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine … If you are a publisher interested in Real Reads rights for your country, email us – rights@realreads.co.uk
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