[This review pertains only to the set of 34 being sold for $1.99, NOT to the set of 38 from Acheron (to which this review is erroneously attached).]]
This is generally a good set with one major exception. The translation of "Journey to the Center of the Earth" is the bogus one with Professor Hardwigg rather than Liedenbrock and much else that is not Verne. In fact, it isn't really a translation at all, but a total rewrite by someone who thought he could "improve" what Verne wrote, even changing the names of the characters. That's the bad news.
The good news is that the TOC exists and works fine. Also, this set includes a title not included in some of the other large Verne collections: "The Adventures of 3 Englishmen and 3 Russians in South Africa" (also known by these other titles: "Meridiana," "Measuring a Meridian," and "Adventures in the Land of the Behemoth"). While not on a par with Verne's best-known works, it is still worth reading--and this set has it. But of the two works, I would rather have the correct version of "Journey to the Center of the Earth."
There are many large Verne sets available claimig 34, 36, or even 39 titles, some for as little as a dollar. For three dollars, Delphi that has one with virtually EVERYTHING he ever wrote, and which contains at least 20 Verne books (in English with a few more still in French) not found in any other large Verne collection. So it pays to really shop around, sample, and compare before purchasing. (But I'd strongly recommend the Delphi set.)