So, with all the efforts and all the means, Phileas Fogg made it around the world. Together with Aouda and Passepartout, he ended up in London not via the China but through some other else's boat.
I leave it up to you if he made it in eighty days.
The adventure was worth the reading.
I know this is classified as a 'young adult' book, but I didn't really mind reading it. I actually enjoyed reading the book and really couldn't wait to find out how it will turn out.
The meridian has always been pointed out in this book. Passepartout was lectured on the meridian but like me, I didn't really pay too much attention about what Jules Verne was trying to say. All I know is what Jules Verne calls the meridian is the time zone in my simple terms. But I was really glad to know that time zones are actually meridians. I didn't realize it until I read this book.
Talking about Passepartout, I guess I shouldn't have questioned his loyalty to his master. I guess it served its purpose that he didn't tell his master about the thing he discovered while on the journey. This might have turned everything on the wrong side of things. This gave me the lesson of not always getting too emotional on things.
What happened to Aouda and Phileas is not something of a surprise really. Although I haven't paid too much attention about them most of the time, I know that there is a coming out for this after Phileas Fogg accomplished his goal. One thing that was a bit surprising for me though, was how the coming out was revealed.
I am sort of tongue-tied as to the developments on this book. I want to avoid spoilers so my apologies for talking only about bits and pieces of the whole journey.
I suggest you read the book. It's short, but full of adventure.
The last sentence:
Truly, would you not for less than that make the tour around the world?