The front cover

Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus was released on the 1st July 2009. Description.Edit

The latest title to join the bestselling Ology phenomenon, Oceanology purports to be the true account of the incredible voyage undertaken by Captain Nemo in his submarine the Nautilus. This notebook was compiled in 1863 by the ship's sixteen-year-old reasearch assistant, Zoticus de Lesseps, and records his findings, from the wonders of the natural world to the undersea kingdom of Atlantis. When tragedy strikes, leaving Zoticus as sole survivor, he bequeaths this journal to Jules Verne-could it be inspiration for Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea?

This is a thrilling adventure, packed with information on the oceans and their inhabitants, as well as a host of novelties, including a stunning 3D lenticular on the front cover.

Two clear jewels on the cover, embossing and gold foil plus die-cut window through to 3-D lenticular on title page. Novelty elements include card flaps, envelopes and booklets, texture patches, pop-up dice and embossed pearl jewel novelty.


Author: Zoticus de Lesseps.

Editors: Emily Hawkins and A.J Wood.

Illustrators: Wayne Anderson, Ian Andrew, Gary Blythe and David Wyatt.

Trivia. Edit

The Oceanology Handbook has also been released in this series.

Main Books edit
"Dragonology: The Complete Book of Dragons" • "Egyptology: Search for the Tomb of Osiris" • "Wizardology: The Book of the Secrets of Merlin" • "Pirateology: The Pirate Hunter's Companion" • "Mythology: Greek Gods, Heroes & Monsters" • "Monsterology: The Complete Book of Monstrous Creatures" • "Spyology: The Complete Book of Spycraft" • "Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus" • "Vampireology: The True History of the Fallen" • "Alienology: The Complete Guide to Extraterrestrials" • "Illusionology: The Secret Science of Magic" • "Dinosaurology: The Search for a Lost World"
Oceanology edit
"Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus" • "The Oceanology Handbook: A Course for Underwater Explorers"