A compilation of works written by Jules Verne in chronological order (in terms of publication). Take note that all the titles are translated from their originally French counterparts, and the dates refer to the original dates of publication (not writing).
A Drama In Mexico (1851) Edit
A Drama In Mexico (fr.: Une Drame Au Mexique), originally called 'The First Ships Of The Mexican Navy' is the first work ever to be published under the name of Jules Verne, being published in 1851. Verne, in a letter, describes this work...
A Drama In The Air (1851) Edit
A Drama In The Air (fr.: Une Drame Dans Les Airs), originally called 'Science For Families, A Voyage In A Balloon' is the second work published under the name of Jules Verne, in the year 1851. The story follows...
Martin Paz (1852) Edit
'Martin Paz (fr.: Martin Paz), Verne's first novella and third publication in 1851, originally appeared in Musée des familles' and later revised for publication. The novella, set in Lima, Peru, follows an adventurous love story between Martin Paz...
Master Zacharius, Or, The Clockmaker Who Lost His Soul (1854) Edit
Master Zacharius, Or, The Clockmaker Who Lost His Soul (fr.: Maître Zacharius ou l'horloger qui avait perdu son âme), is described as a Romantic Fantasy and a Faustian tragedy, as it follows an inventor, living on a small...
Five Weeks In A Balloon, Or, Journeys And Discoveries In Africa By Three Englishmen (1863) Edit
Five Weeks In A Balloon, Or, Journeys And Discoveries In Africa By Three Englishmen (fr.: Cinq Semaines En Ballon) is the first full-length novel by Jules Verne, published in 1863. This novel follows Dr Ferguson...
The Adventures Of Captain Hatteras (1864) Edit
The Adventures Of Captain Hatteras (fr.: Voyages Et Aventures Du Captaine Hatteras) is a novel written by Jules Verne published in 1864. Originally, the novel was published in two parts; the first being The English At The North Pole...
The Count Of Chanteleine: A Tale Of The French Revolution (1864) Edit
The Count Of Chanteleine: A Tale Of The French Revolution (fr.: Le Comte De Chanteleine) is a novel by Jules Verne published in 1864. The novel itself, set in the midst of the French Revolution, follows the story of a nobleman...
Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (fr.: Voyage au centre de la Terre) is a novel which was written in 1864. The story is about professor Otto Lidenbrock and his nephew Axel...
From The Earth To The Moon (1865) Edit
From The Earth To The Moon (fr.: De La Terre À La Lune), with a sequel of Around The Moon, is a novel by Jules Verne, published in 1865. The story is set in America, following the characters of the Baltimore Gun Cluband their efforts...
The Blockade Runners (1865) Edit
The Blockade Runners (fr.: Les Forceurs De Blocus) is a novella by Jules Verne published in 1865, and published alongside A Floating City in The Extraordinary Voyages. James Playfair, the main character of the story, is attempting...
In Search Of The Castaways/The Children Of Captain Grant (1868) Edit
In Search Of The Castaways/The Children Of Captain Grant (fr.: Les Enfants du captaine Grant) is a novel by Jules Verne, published in 1868 about the grand search for Captain Grant of the Britannia by his two children Mary and Robert after a bottle...
Around The Moon (1870) Edit
Around The Moon (fr.: Autour De Lune) is the sequel to Verne's From The Earth To The Moon, published in 1870. The novel sees the continuation of the passengers of the Columbiad after being shot from...
Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under The Sea: A Tour Of The Underwater World (1870) Edit
Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under The Sea: A Tour Of The Underwater World (fr.: Vingt Mille Lieues Sous Les Mers: Tour Du Monde Sous-Marin), probably Verne's most highly acclaimed work with a sequel of The Mysterious Island, was published in 1870. The work itself, highly popular and almost revolutionary, follows...
A Floating City (1871) Edit
A Floating City (fr.: Une Ville Flottante) is a novel by Jules Verne, published in 1871 and highly popular at the time. The novel is set aboard the Great Eastern, following the story of a woman stuck with her abusive husband...
The Adventures Of Three Russians And Three Englishmen In South Africa (1872) Edit
The Adventures Of Three Russians And Three Englishmen In South Africa (fr.: Aventures De Trois Russies Et De Trois Anglais Dans L'Afrique Australe) is a novel written by Jules Verne and published in 1872. The narrative itself...
Dr. Ox's Experiment/A Fantasy Of Doctor Ox (1872) Edit
Dr. Ox's Experiment/A Fantasy Of Doctor Ox (fr.: Une Fantasie Du Docteur Ox), eventually compiled into the four stories of Doctor Ox, follows the story of the malicious Dr. Ox, who, on the pretence of wanting to...
The Fur Country (1873) Edit
The Fur Country (fr.: Les Pays Des Fourrures) is an adventure novel by Jules Verne published in 1873. Set in the year 1859, members of the Hudson's Bay Company, including Lt. Jasper Hobson, travel through the Northwestern...
Around The World In Eighty Days (1873) Edit
Around The World In Eighty Days (fr.:Le Tour Du Monde En Quatre-Vingt Jours) was a novel published in 1873 written by Jules Verne. The story itself follows the narrative of a phlegmatic, 'cold-blooded'...
The Mysterious Island (1874) Edit
A sort of crossover sequel to 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea' and 'In Search Of The Castaways'. Voyage No. 12 follows the journey of 5 northern Americans as they escape from being prisoners of The Civil War during the siege of Richmond, Virginia. The 5 discover an unchartered island...
Doctor Ox (1874) Edit
Doctor Ox (fr.: Le Docteur Ox) is a compilation of short stories by Jules Verne which was published together in 1874. There are a total of four works within this compilation, all varied from one another. These are: ...
An Ideal City (1875) Edit
A short story by Verne, though originally part of a speech; in 'An Ideal City' Verne described a utopian future of 2000 where there is no disease nor celibacy, and huge technical progress. Publishing 'An Ideal City' was difficult for Verne as...
The Survivors Of The Chancellor: Diary Of J. R. Kazallon, Passenger (1875) Edit
Made in a very different style to all his other novels, this work follows the last voyage of a British sailing ship and its survivors in the form of diary entries of one of the passengers. This story details the quite tragic fate for the passengers and crew aboard the Chancellor...
Michael Strogoff: The Courier Of The Czar (1876) Edit
Commended by many critics as the best of Verne's work, and taking it's place at Extraordinary Voyage No. 14; Michael Strogoff, though considered by many Verne's best work, is written in a slightly different genre. The novel itself is not science-fiction, but is instead...
The Mysterious Document (1876) Edit
Off On A Comet/Hector Servadac (1877) Edit
Extraordinary Voyage No. 15 sees 36 people of multiple nationalities and how they come to the deduction that they had been carried away on a comet. In this work, the comet Gallia comes into contact with the Earth and takes away with it a chunk or so...
The Child Of The Cavern/The Black Indies (1877) Edit
The Child Of The Cavern/The Black Indies (fr.: Les Indes Noires) is a novel by Jules Verne published in 1877. The novel tells a narrative over the space of 10 years, in the setting of a mining community in Scotland. James Starr, a central...
Dick Sand, A Captain At Fifteen (1878) Edit
Dick Sand, A Captain At Fifteen (fr.: Un Captaine Du Quinze Ans) is a novel by Jules Verne published in 1878. This novel in particular deals with heavy topics such as slavery, especially the slave trade market in Africa, as well as...
The Begum's Fortune/The Begum's Millions (1879) Edit
The Begum's Fortune/The Begum's Millions (fr.: Les Cinq Cents Millions De La Bégum) is a novel by Jules Verne published in 1879. The novel itself is considered one of Verne's most remarkable works, if not...
The Tribulations Of A Chinaman In China (1879) Edit
A traditional adventure, this work follows the wealthy Chinese businessman Kin-Fo. Kin-Fo, though certainly not wanting in material possessions, is terribly bored with life; so once he receives news of his investment in the U.S has gone bankrupt, he simply decides that he wants...
The Mutineers Of The Bounty (1879) Edit
Though originally written by Gabriel Marcel (1843-1909), and proof-read by Verne, Verne bought the rights to the work and published it under his name. The work itself is based on British documents The Mutiny of the Bounty; but, unlike most authors, this story...
A fully non-fiction book, Verne tells the reader of the very first astronomers and cartographers of the 18th century and assessing the influence of many adventurers; in the first part of this work he assesses the influence of Captain Cook, as well as...
The Steam House (1880) Edit
Set in India after the Indian Rebellion of 1857, and taking its place as No. 20 in The Extraordinary Voyages; 'The Steam House' acts as both a fictional explanation to the fate of Nana Sahib - a rebel leader who mysteriously disappeared, as well as a...
Ten Hours Hunting (1881) Edit
Another non-fictional account; Verne in this work records the trials experienced in his first and only experience hunting, and how it was made worse when he only knows one of the groups of the men he was hunting with. This work, being...
Eight Hundred Leagues On The Amazon/The Giant Raft (1881) Edit
Eight Hundred Leagues On The Amazon/The Giant Raft (fr.: La Jangada - Huit Cents Lieues Sur L'Amazone) is an adventure novel by Jules Verne published in 1881. The novel follows the narrative of a ranch owner names...
The Green Ray (1882) Edit
Though based on a scientific phenomena, 'The Green Ray' is more of Verne's attempt at a modified fairytale love-story. The novel itself is set in Scotland, where the heroes are attempting to see the Green Ray phenomena of the sun...
Godfrey Morgan:A Californian Mystery/The School For Robinsons (1882) Edit
Kéraban The Inflexible (1883) Edit
The Vanished Diamond/The Southern Star (1884) Edit
The Archipelago On Fire (1884) Edit
Frritt-Flacc (1884) Edit
Mathias Sandorf (1885) Edit
The Waif Of The Cynthia (1885) Edit
A Winter Amid The Ice (1885) Edit
Robur The Conquerer/The Clipper Of The Clouds (1886) Edit
The Lottery Ticket/Ticket No. "9672" (1886) Edit
Gil Braltar (1886) Edit
The Flight To France (1887) Edit
Texar's Revenge, Or, North Against South (1887) Edit
Two Years' Vacation (1888) Edit
The Purchase Of The North Pole/Topsy-Turvey (1889) Edit
Family Without A Name (1889) Edit
In The Year 2889 (1889) Edit
César Cascabel (1890) Edit
Mistress Branican (1891) Edit
Adventures Of The Rat Family (1891) Edit
The Carpathian Castle (1892) Edit
Claudius Bombarnac (1892) Edit
Foundling Mick/Lit'l Fellow (1893) Edit
Captain Antifer/The Wonderful Adventures Of Captain Antifer (1894) Edit
Propeller Island (1895) Edit
Clovis Dardentor (1896) Edit
Facing The Flag (1896) Edit
An Antarctic Mystery/The Sphinx Of The Ice Fields (1897) Edit
The Mighty Orinoco (1898) Edit
The Will Of An Eccentric (1900) Edit
The Castaways Of The Flag/Second Fatherland (1900) Edit
The Village In The Treetops/The Aerial Village (1901) Edit
The Sea Serpent/The Stories Of Jean-Marie Cabidoulin (1901) Edit
The Kip Brothers (1902) Edit
Travel Scholarships (1903) Edit
A Drama In Livonia (1904) Edit
Master Of The World (1904) Edit
Invasion Of The Sea (1905) Edit
The Lighthouse At The End Of The World (1905) Edit
The Golden Volcano (1906) Edit
The Danube Pilot/The Beautiful Yellow Danube (1908) Edit
The Chase Of The Golden Meteor (1908) Edit
The Survivors Of The "Jonathon"/Magellania (1909) Edit
The Secret Of Wilhelm Storitz (1910) Edit
The Eternal Adam (1910) Edit
The Barsac Mission (1914/1919) Edit
Backwards To Britain (1989) Edit
A Priest In 1835 (1991) Edit
Paris In The Twentieth Century (1994) Edit