In Jonathan Swift's most celebrated book, surgeon Lemuel Gulliver takes to the open seas and winds up shipwrecked on the island kingdom of Lilliput. Gulliver is a giant to the tiny Lilliputians. They take him prisoner, but he eventually gains their trust and escapes. Gulliver's adventure continues when he journeys to the lands of the giant Brobdingnags, meets the aloof academics of the floating empire Laputa, confronts the aristocratic horses the Houyhnhnms, and grapples with the idiotic Yahoos. Swift's tale is an insightful political fantasy puncturing pretension, and it has charmed and befuddled generations of readers both young and old.
Gulliver's Travels I can only say one thing about this book it is the best book I've ever read it is a great example of literary talent I plan to read it over and over again this is now my favorite book thank you for making it a free book I plan to look forward to more books and look through the library and Play Store for more books of a similar layout thank you I gave this book 5 Stars
Gulliver's Travels Another in a long list of classic novels that I promised myself I would read. Mostly enjoyable, but the rambling storylines concerning political bumblings, social missteps, class differences and the like grew tiresome. I know that at the time this was considered a satire but to me it felt like two stories crammed together. An enjoyable science fiction/fantasy story and a tediously long political manifesto.
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