A review by darusha
Around the World in Eighty Days, by Brian W. Aldiss, Michael Glencross, Jules Verne

3.0

In what is a very odd case of cognitive dissonance, the plot of the Jackie Chan movie (which bears very little resemblance to the original here) actually makes more sense than the book. However, this is an entertaining travelogue with wacky characters and a crazy plot. Think of it as the "classics" version of a non-sensical thriller.

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