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Followed by, The People of Sparks. The City of Ember is a post-apocalyptic primary-to-middle-grade science fiction novel by A graphic novel adaptation by comic book artist Niklas Asker was released on September 25, where they see their city from above and realize for the first time that Ember is underground.
Best Books with Underground Setting
Don't judge a book by its cover. Beauty is only skin deep. Here are a dozen weird, fictional locations lying just beneath your feet. The most iconic depiction of an underground world is obviously Jules Verne's novel, and the hit movie and to a significantly lesser extent, the movie. There are some major differences between the original book and the original movie versions — for instance, the movie includes a villain, the lost city of Atlantis, and a duck named Gertrude — but both realms include an underground ocean, giant mushrooms, a variety of dinosaurs and light provided by electrically charged gas collected at the ceiling. In Verne's original novel, there were also mastodons and foot tall humans, too, but then again, the movie had a duck named Gertrude, so it pretty much evens out.
78 books based on 71 votes: Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne, The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau, Neverwhere by Neil.
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Spoilers ahead. Jun 18, PM. WHEN you read the book: This would have been the late 80s to early 90s I don't recall the exact year. What reading level it is aimed at: I was reading way above my grade level so books I considered easy people around me considered hard.