Miguel Strogoff

[PDF] Miguel Strogoff | by ✓ Jules Verne - Miguel Strogoff, Miguel Strogoff En el siglo XIX se produce una sublevaci n en Siberia liderada por el t rtaro F ofar Khan secundado por el renegado ruso Iv n Ogareff que se extiende y triunfa sin oposici n El zar perdido el cont

  • Title: Miguel Strogoff
  • Author: Jules Verne
  • ISBN: 9788497645508
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Miguel Strogoff

    [PDF] Miguel Strogoff | by ✓ Jules Verne - Miguel Strogoff, Miguel Strogoff En el siglo XIX se produce una sublevaci n en Siberia liderada por el t rtaro F ofar Khan secundado por el renegado ruso Iv n Ogareff que se extiende y triunfa sin oposici n El zar perdido el cont

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    1. Josef Del Processo

      e chi se lo scorda avevo un letto di legno con la pediera a sbarre, piuttosto alta, che lasciava qualche centimetro di spazio tra lei e il materasso al centro della pediera ci appoggiavo il cuscino messo per traverso, fissandolo con uno spago, mentre a un estremit chiudevo una vecchia cinta di cuoio marrone di mio padre.poi saltavo in groppa e pitico pitico pitico, al galoppo sfrenato per le steppe siberiane, serrando le briglie con le mani fino a farmele dolere, i ginocchi a trattenere la sella [...]

    2. Marts(Thinker)

      Being a fan of Jules Verne, of course I thoroughly enjoyed this one It definitely wasn t the science fiction genre adventure such as 20,000 Leagues or Journey to the Centre of the Earth, but this was one of pure adventure, determination, daring, one of those true to life tales that you just must keep reading since you are constantly left wondering what will happen next I ll recommend Michael Strogoff to all Verne fans or anyone just looking for an old fashion adventureEnjoy the Russian adventu [...]

    3. Jane

      Straight adventure novel, no science fiction Easily one of Verne s better books, this is an underappreciated gem Nadya, the damsel in distress is a strong female character The stalwart Michael must deliver a message from the czar to the governor of Siberia, about treachery afoot He journeys through hostile Central Asian territory and is tortured This is what we used to call strictly a boy s book and now, would possibly be considered a Young Adult novel I read this many, many years ago, but the s [...]

    4. Mike

      The review from afar No 23Re revised forward to these overseas reviews Since emulating a yo yo, I continue to rely on the old style Kindle 3G for any non technical reading I tip my hat to the fine folks at Project Gutenberg virtually every title I have or will be reading in the near future comes from them.Michael Strogoff Or, the Courier of the Czar is an adventure tale that has no elements of fantastic or scientific fiction Since my previous familiarity with Jules Verne was almost only the book [...]

    5. Berna Labourdette

      Una de mis novelas favoritas de Verne y que contiene MILES de escenas inolvidables mientras cuenta la historia del viaje desesperado de Miguel Strogoff, correo del zar, desde Mosc hasta Irkutsk para avisar de una invasi n t rtara las discusiones entre el periodista franc s y el ingl s, la lucha de Miguel Strogoff contra un oso en los Urales para salvar a Nadia, jovencita que viaja tambi n a Irkutsk para ver a su padre el villano m s t pico de todos el traidor Iv n Ogareff que quiere latigar a la [...]

    6. Henry Avila

      Michael Strogoff a courier in the Czar s service,is sent as an secret agent to Siberia.He will deliver a vital message to the Emperor s brother Hopefully the letter will prevent a rebellion from spreading in that province.Along the road he encounters two suspicious journalists French and British of course These battling friends are always trying to sabotage each others reports.More enjoyably a young lady in distress appears Neither cold or heat or mountains or rivers,not to mention the rebels, c [...]

    7. Héctor Rodríguez

      Miguel Strogoff fue de los primeros libros que le , all en el lejano 1999 cuando entr al mundo de la lectura.Julio Verne siempre ha sido de mis autores favoritos desde entonces.Disfrut cada una de las aventuras que tuvo que pasar Miguel en su traves a por toda Rusia para detener al traidor Iv n Ogareff y el enfrentamiento final es de los m s emocionantes de todas las obras de Verne.

    8. Molly

      H alguns tempos que queria ler este livro Foi com muita alegria que o encontrei na biblioteca Este o terceiro livro de J lio Verne que leio Li A Volta ao Mundo em 80 Dias e Da Terra Lua, e agora, Miguel Strogoff Habituada ao car cter cient fico das obras de este autor, foi com grande entusiasmo que me debrucei sobre uma hist ria diferente, sem teor cient fico, por assim dizer Apesar de ter gostado bastante dos anteriores, este supera os, a meu ver Cada qual tem a sua beleza e era imposs vel n o [...]

    9. Alexandra Pedro

      PT As hist rias de Jules Verne s o as minhas hist rias de aventura preferidas Primam pela sua simplicidade e velocidade Simpatizei muito com a personagem principal e passei toda a leitura a torcer por ele A responsabilidade est aqui muito bem retratada, assim como a fidelidade Esses dois termos parecem me muito pertinentes na sociedade atual.Esta edi o tem tanto o texto como uma adapta o para banda desenhada Embora lesse apenas o texto na sua totalidade, gostei da parte da banda desenhada que fu [...]

    10. Travis

      A nice straightforward adventure novel, as Michael on a mission for the Czar has to basically travel from one end of Russia to the other before a traitor can give the enemy armies vital information.Michael is stoic to the point of having one facial expression, but he is determined, manly and good to his mother His love interest is treated as a bit of a damsel, but proves to be every bit as tough as her boyfriend.What keeps this book from sinking under it s own weight is the two bickering reporte [...]

    11. Miguel Angel Pedrajas

      No ha sido mi novela favorita de Julio Verne siempre lo ser Viaje al centro de la Tierra , pero sin duda es toda una novela de aventuras y con mucha informaci n sobre las zonas que va visitando Miguel Strogoff durante su periplo siberiano en aquella poca En algunos momentos roza el clasicismo her ico del h roe que no se detiene ante nada ni ante nadie y con idealismos patri ticos dignos de otros tiempos Pero al final, entretiene.

    12. Tony

      MICHAEL STROGOFF, or, the Courier of the Czar 1876 Jules Verne Jules Verne 1828 1905 wrote a lot than science fiction, as we now call the genre that he co invented with H G Wells This novel was an example of his forays into the world of the action adventure story It s a tale of a mission undertaken by its hero to reach an outlying post in Siberia and deliver from the Czar of the Russias When the telegraph line is cut between Moscow and Irkutz, the Czar looks for another way to get an urgent mes [...]

    13. Staff Favorites

      Who knew that Jules Verne also wrote historical fiction I just found this out when I stumbled over this fabulous book If you are a Jules Verne fan then you will enjoy this character driven book that gives lots of information on the cultures of people living in Russia during the time of the Tzars Judy

    14. Yolanda Chapa

      This is the second time I read this book, and this is the second time I liked it It has a corageuos hero, a noble heroine, and a cruel villain The sad part is, I just discovered that my edition is a short one, so I hope to re read it a third time in a better one, hopefully in French, to grasp entirely Verne s words.

    15. Piedra Libro

      Una historia muy entretenida Acompa amos a Miguel Strogoff, un h roe admirable, leal y muy fiel a su causa, en su camino no tan recto a entregar una carta al hermano del zar Creo que el personaje principal es lo mejor de todo el libro, que nos lleva en este viaje cargado de complicaciones de las que sabe desenvolverse con valor y astucia Un hombre muy querible en un libro adorable.

    16. Elisabeth

      What did I think Michael started his journey for the Czar on the 15th of July going from Moscow to Irkutsk I started this book on the 15th of July taking the Trans Siberian Express from Moscow to Irkutsk With me I had this book, given to me by my father, in Dutch The edition was from before 1914 Whatever I think of the book itself hardly matters Reading it on this journey felt like magic I highly recommend you get your hands on this book if you ever find yourself undertaking the same journey as [...]

    17. Benn Allen

      The odd thing about reading this book is the feeling that you re reading a rip off, or generously, a novel heavily influenced by the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs Much of Burroughs style and concepts the description of the heroes and villains, the romance, the epic journey of the hero to reach a goal to foil the plans of the antagonists of the story are present here But it reads like a watered down ERB book What s odd about that is Michael Strogoff came first It was published some 36 prior to ER [...]

    18. John

      This is one of the better Verne novels I have read in my current reading of a lot of lessser Verne It has no sf element, being a straight adventure movel The hero is a courier sent by the czar by implication, Alexander II his generous policies to Siberian exiles are stressed to his brother Grand Duke Sergius in Irkutsk during a revolt ofIslamic Central Asia led by the emir of Bokhara and a Russian traitor named Ivan Ogareff The Muslim forces seemmuch dangerous than they actually were at that t [...]

    19. Sean O

      Michael Strogoff is not in the first tier of Jules Verne novels, and that s a real pity It s a strong story, set in Imperial Russia The Czar played in my mind by Patrick Stewart is told rebels are attacking Siberia and his brother the Grand Duke is going to be killed by a spy.Since the telegraph is down, the Czar sends a courier, Michael Strogoff played by a younger Liam Neeson or Daniel Craig let s go with Channing Tatum to Irkutsk Strogoff is a B.A.M.F of the highest order and falls in with tr [...]

    20. John

      Proof that, even without the sci , Jules Verne wrote some pretty fine fi Although Michael Strogoff comes off, perhaps, a bit dated to the modern reader, it s hard to find much at fault in this bracing tale of Czarist Russia Without giving anything away, Verne should be lauded for his willingness to weave real tragedy, hardship, and ugliness into his story This uncompromising ethos adds pungent spice to a story which might have been rendered in far saccharine flavors Verne keeps us on the edge o [...]

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