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In this book a professor and his apprentice get the chance to look for a sea monster When they get on the ship they meet the master harpooner They see the sea monster and try to kill it The monster hits the boat The impact knocks the master harpooner and the professor Right away the professors apprentice leaps off the ship to get his master The ship leaves them in the ocean Floating in the ocean the professor and his apprentice come to a submarine This submerging sea craft is the monster that the ship saw The master harpooner also floats to the submarine The ships crew comes back from underwater They had to bury a man who had died At first Captain Nemo the ships captain tests the professors character by giving the professor a chance to live or to die No matter what the professor chose to do the other two men would be left in the sea to die The professor turned down Captain Nemos offer This told Nemo that the professor would rather die than leave his friends After that Nemo welcomed them to the Nautilus Everything on the ship came from the ocean The ships crew was going to go on an underwater hunting and farming mission Nemo ordered the master harpooner and the professors apprentice to go along with the crew Then Nemo took the professor on an under water tour Later Nemo took the professor to an island not far away They went to a mountain and looked down at many slaves loading ships Nemo continued to tell that he was a slave once One night he and a few others decided to escape Then these men went to an island not far away called Volcania There they built the Nautilis They used the Nautilus to destroy the ship that the slaves had loaded Nemo also told the professor that his wife and young son were tortured and
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