Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne

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A mild-mannered Englishman’s audacious wager sees him and his companion on a journey none thought possible at the time: to circumnavigate the globe in less than three months’ time. Never underestimate the English.

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02/19/2021
Mary T.
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Around the World in Eighty Days

It is a fun way to broadened ones foreign vocabulary. However, I would find it helpful if the frequency were increased at least with the words that are repetitious. Also, it would be easier if the translation was a pop-up instead of a footnote at the end of the book --- which, I admit, is helpful having the words consolidated. Have you thought of doing a book of poetry? Say, Charles Baudelaire. His work is very interesting in French.

02/20/2021
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Thank you for your feedback! We certainly aim to always be improving. Regarding the pop-up feature, it's entirely dependent on the app one uses to read our books. Some of our favorites are Apple Books, Kobo Books, and Google Play Books