A Journey to the Centre of the Moon
Alan Baker

A Journey to the Centre of the Moon

When Professor Otto Lidenbrock acquires a collection of lunar meteorites, one in particular seizes his attention, for it appears to contain an inscription in an unknown language. The Professor is convinced that this is proof of the existence of a civilisation on the moon and, much to the dismay of his nephew Axel, he declares that the only way to find out for certain is to embark upon an expedition to earth’s satellite!

Lidenbrock and Axel travel from Hamburg to the Black Forest, where the Professor’s correspondent, Baron Cornelius von Schellenberg, has designed an airship capable of interplanetary flight. With the Baron and his daughter Louisa, who has inherited her father’s scientific genius, they embark upon an astonishing and perilous journey into space, where they will discover the terrifying secret at the centre of the moon...

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Alan Baker

Alan Baker was born in 1964 in Birmingham, UK, and attended the University of Reading, where he obtained a BA (Hons) Degree in English Language and Literature. His first book, Destination Earth, was published in 1998, and since then he has published a further nine books on a variety of subjects ranging from UFOs, ghosts and occultism to gladiators, Vikings and medieval knights. Over the last couple of years, Alan has turned his attention to fiction writing. His steampunk novels The Martian Ambassador and The Feaster from the Stars have been published by Snowbooks Ltd, and he has just sold h...
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