Despite his wealth, the rich British gentleman Phileas Fogg lives a simple and humble life. He is a member of the Reform Club, which is one of London’s best gentleman's club. One day at the club, Fogg gets involved in an argument. The gentlemen disagree whether it is possible to travel all the way around the globe in only 80 days. Fogg bets that 80 days is enough and accepts a wager of 20,000 pounds to complete the journey himself within 80 days. Will Phileas Fogg prove that he was right? Or will he lose half of his fortune trying? Find all the answers in Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel "Around the World in 80 Days" from 1873.