The eighth title in the hugely popular Ology series, Oceanology, will take you on a wonderful voyage of discovery beneath the waves to explore the world's greatest oceans and uncover their many mysteries.
What great mysteries lie beneath the rolling waves of the sea? For centuries man has mused upon what might await him in those murky depts, drawn by fear and fascination in equal measure. Now I, Zoticus de Lesseps, have joined the ranks of those adventures who have sought to make the ocean surrender her secrets, only to find that my success is but a curse. I will remain forever haunted by the truth of what really lurks beneath the oceans' endless horizon...
Join 16-year-old Zoticus de Lesseps on board Captain Nemo's vessel, the Nautilus, as they voyage under the seas in an amazing oceanic adventure.
Discover the creatures of the deep, underwear volcanoes and many other amazing natural phenomena. The voyage will even take you past long-forgotten shipwrecks and into the heart of the lost city of Atlantis. But who will make it back alive?
Discover the creatures of the deep, underwater volcanoes and many other amazing natural phenomena. The voyage will even take you past long-forgotten shipwrecks and into the heart of the lost city of Atlantis. But who wil make it back alive? Can Zoticus and Nemo escape the wrath of the ancient sea god Poseidon?
Containing an array of gems, booklets and paper novelties including envelopes, gatefolds, textures, swatches and photographs, this gorgeous volume is not to be missed.
The Five Mile Press is delighted that the Ology phenomenon-which began in 2003 with the publication of the eccentric Dr. Ernest Drake's Dragnology- continues with more than 15 million Ology books sold worldwide and more than 1 million books sold in Australia.
The Ology brand is rapidly expanding through publishing, licensing, movies and multimedia. The range of Ology merchandise now includes games, figures, toys and calenders. Dragonology, Wizardology and Pirateology games for Nintendo DS and Wii are to be launched globally in early 2010. With Nintendo emerging as a market leader for family entertainment, the games will take the Ologies to new markets and the non-book reader, plus reinforce the coolness of the Ology brand. A Dragonology movie is also in the works.
Review: Beautifully crafted, Oceanology is a treasure to pass down to the next generation. Thoroughly enjoyable and insightful into the magical world of the deep.
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