The Book Report of The century

Down the Road went Phileas Fogg. Each step in count, and not a millisecond waisted. Why such perfect timing? Also where is this man going? But, when it was all said and done my friends. To whom did we give this great honor to. Ladies and gentlemen! That honor was given because of a man, and his servant, Passepartout; made there way all around the world in just 80 days. So will any one join me and go to the back of this room and buy a book from Jules Verne. So you and I can experience going around the world, in just 80 days. Also there just 10 cent’s each.

The Staring to this story starts in 1872, England, No. 7, Saville Row, Burlington Gardens. Phileas Fogg, a man of great discipline, fired his servant on the 2nd of October. For he brought in a cup of water at 84 degrees Fahrenheit, instead of 86 degrees Fahrenheit. In need of a new servant, a French man named Passepartout, shows up to see if he could still take the job, and he gets it.

From there he goes back to his apartment, and then tells Passepartout to prepare for the journey. Down through France they went and on to a boat across the Mediterranean sea. Now through to the Red sea, and finally stopping at Bombay India. Crossing India we get on another boat, and head to Hong Kong. Then on to Yokohama, From there it across the Pacific ocean. Landing at California San Francisco. All the way to New York, so they can get on another boat and make it back to England.

Wait! before you go I am required to tell you what I thought about this book. I thought It was great. The beautiful details of the culture, the buildings. But also the thrilling excitement of are they going to make it? And that’s it, thank you for reading!

English lesson 110, 8/2/2022.

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