Moby Dick - Herman Melville

Moby Dick

By Herman Melville

  • Release Date: 2011-03-22
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 1.02 MB
Score: 4
From 511 Ratings

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In his first battle with the great white whale, Captain Ahab lost his leg. Living with the constant reminder of his failure, Ahab gathers a second expedition, with the singular purpose of hunting and killing the beast that crippled him. Told from the perspective of crew-member Ishmael, the hunt for Moby Dick leads the crew ever further from civilization and deeper into the madness of their vengeful captain. At once a rousing adventure, a thorough examination of the whaling industry, and a dramatic tragedy on par with Shakespeare and the Greek playwrights, Moby Dick is the ultimate American literary epic.


  • Wish zero stars was an option...

    By ttenneb4
    The story was enjoyable but the book is full of nonsense ramblings that have nothing to do with the adventure. If everything that had nothing to do with the story was edited out it would be about two thirds smaller. Don’t waste your time.
  • This book this too long

    By LukasR_2014
    Why is this too long
  • About a dick

    By MeowNinja
  • Moby Dick, the odds compared evenly

    By Advanced Placement Literature
    From an analytical standpoint, Moby Dick is one of the most interesting books to read from its sheer complicity of the dialect, to the understandable and compassionate sailor, Ishmeal. Overall, Moby Dick is great, but long and tedious. Don't pick it for short term reading, but it's great for long term 😌👊
  • A classic for a reason

    By Tom_Review
    Be not afraid of this undertaking landlubber. Learn of the reasons that man has obsessions of revenge, obsessions with the sea, the economics of spermaceti, and a literary attempt at everything in-between. On your way to understanding the difference between the mizenmast and the skysail, sword-mats and eye splices, ambergris and brit, you will be thrilled with he hunt, the chase, and a 19th century review of everything known about the leviathans of the deep. What kind of genius was Melville--who could possibly create such a present day tome!? Maybe you. Read and be inspired. Shed a tear for the Parsee, the Captain of the Rachel, Starbuck, Stubb, the daring harpooners, and for Ishmael.
  • Boring

    By Love summer6293
    This is a very boring book. Do not read.
  • Fishy

    By Humza khan
    it smells like fish. But still very fascinating
  • Urghh..

    By APrairieGirl
    Before y’all yell at me for complaining about a mandatory English class read, I actually wanted to read this book. However, it was the most boring book I have ever read. And I mainly had to read the action chapters, not even the meandering informational chapters. Moby Dick is a classic and I do feel that people should at least read parts of this epic in order to have an understanding of it. That being said, I don’t recommend it for enjoyment. As a possible English major, I pray that I won’t have to read this again in college.
  • How does one judge the most important book written in the English language?

    By noit
    My mind cries for anyone rating Moby Dick as less than perfect. If you didn't like it, you didn't read it. Keep it near by and read it later when you're more able.
  • Moby Dick

    By freewheelinfrank
    Longwinded but well worth reading.