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Ayrton's former companions arrive by chance on Lincoln Island, and try to make it into their lair. After some fighting with the protagonists, the pirate ship is mysteriously destroyed by an explosion. Six of the pirates survive and kidnap Ayrton.

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When the colonists go to look for him, the pirates shoot Harbert, seriously injuring him. Harbert survives, but suffers from his injury, narrowly cheating death. The colonists at first assume Ayrton to have been killed, but later they find evidence that he was not instantly killed, leaving his fate uncertain.

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When the colonists rashly attempt to return to Granite House before Harbert fully recovers, Harbert contracts malaria and is saved by a box of quinine sulphate, which mysteriously appears on the table in Granite House.

After Harbert recovers, they attempt to rescue Ayrton and destroy the pirates. They discover Ayrton at the sheepfold, and jules verne mysterious island pirates dead, without any visible wounds.

The secret of the island is revealed when it is discovered to be Captain Nemo 's hideout, and home port of the Nautilus. Having escaped the Maelstrom at the end of Twenty Thousand Jules verne mysterious island Under the Seathe Nautilus sailed the oceans of the world until all its crew except Nemo had died.

Now an old man with a beard, Nemo returned the Nautilus to its secret port within Lincoln Island.


Nemo had been the mysterious benefactor of the settlers, providing them with the box of equipment, sending the message revealing Ayrton, planting the torpedo that destroyed the pirate ship, and killing the pirates with an "electric gun". On his death bed Captain Nemo reveals his true identity as the lost Indian Prince Dakkar, son of a Raja of the then independent territory of Bundelkund and a nephew of the Indian hero Tippu-Sahib.

After taking part in the failed Indian Rebellion jules verne mysterious islandPrince Dakkar escaped to a desert island with twenty of his compatriots and commenced the building of the Nautilus and adopted the new name of "Captain Nemo". Nemo also tells his life story to Cyrus Smith and his friends.

Before he dies, he gives them a box of diamonds and pearls as a keepsake. Afterwards, he dies, crying "God and my country!

The Nautilus is scuttled and serves as Captain Nemo's tomb. Jup the orangutan falls into a crack in the ground and dies.

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The colonists, forewarned of the eruption by Nemo, find themselves safe, but stranded jules verne mysterious island the last remaining piece of the island above sea level. They are rescued by the ship Duncan, which had come to rescue Ayrton, but were redirected by a message Nemo had previously left on Tabor Island.

After they return to United States they form a new colony in Iowa with Nemo's gifts. The purported translator, W. Kingstonwas a famous author of boys' adventure and sailing stories who had fallen on hard times in the s due to business failures, and so he hired out to Sampson Low as the translator for these volumes.

However, it is now known that the translator of Mysterious Island and his other Verne novels was actually his wife, Agnes Kinloch Kingston, who had studied on the continent in her youth.

The Kingston translation changes the names of the hero from "Smith" to "Harding"; "Smith" is a very common name in the UK and would have been associated, at that time, with the lower classes. Jules Verne The Mysterious Island is another exquisite novel written by the master of adventure writing, Jules Verne.

The novel has been seen as the sequel to two other famous novels written by the same author: The story revolves around five Americans who live in a dark and harsh environment as prisoners of the American Civil War. Depleted by famine and death all around them, the five war prisoners take a big risk and escape by hijacking a hot air balloon.