Praise for Lighthouse at the End of the World

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Lighthouse at the End of the World:
The First English Translation of Verne’s Original Manuscript

by Jules Verne, translated and edited by William Butcher

“[W]e’re in the midst of a Verne renaissance brought on by new manuscripts, improved translations, and scholarly reassessments. . . . Thanks to efforts such as Mr. Butcher’s . . . it’s now possible for the rest of us to see Verne more clearly than ever before.”—John J. Miller, Wall Street Journal

Lighthouse at the End of the World might be best read under the covers, after bedtime, by flashlight. It is a wondrous, old-fashioned adventure story, likely to bring out the little boy, the castaway, the pirate and the lighthouse-keeper in every reader.”—Susan Salter Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Book Review