As a Titanic buff for many years, I was skeptical about buying this book. When you’ve read countless Titanic books, how can a new book offer any fresh material? So it was with a sense of surprise as this book unfolded in the telling, that I gained new insight into those characters about whom I had read about for years
Again, surprise at the unknown, personal detail.
Narration was superb
I enjoyed listening to the accounts of peoples lives.
What happened after the wreck was very interesting, The way the press handled the situation. The brokenhearted people waiting to see if their relatives, their loved ones, the ones that meant more than anything to those waiting on shore, had survived.
I listened to it start to finish over a couple of days.
No No and NO
I have no idea! I couldn't even finish it I kept falling asleep listening to it
he didn't even seem to enjoy the story. He spoke in a monatone voice the entire time making the words just seem to drag on and on.
I would only recommend this book to someone who has a hard time sleeping at night. No medication help needed just plug this in. Don't know what else to say just aweful and sadly I haven't been able to return it to get something else.
This was an interesting read particularly for history or Titanic buffs. Otherwise I wouldn't recommend it. I zipped through it on fast speed.