The cold night air is filled with the eerie sound of people groaning and screaming frantically for help, as they are hurtled from the ship into the icy water. You're there, terrorized, and in the grips of death, and despair, in the freezing water as the grandest ship to sail the North Atlantic, drops beneath the dark cold sea. Held afloat, only by a lifebelt, you're splashed with shocking horror! In a matter of minutes, your core body temperature drops, your body stiffens, and as you eventually slip into hypothermia, you draw your last shivering breath, and finally your heart stops, but your tragic story lives on....
©2015 Sylvester Murray (P)2015 Sylvester Murray
While listening to this book, I felt empathy at what the survivors must have experienced that night. I have heard of the story years ago, but never had it described with such use of descriptive and captivating words. What a horrific tale of agony and courage. I plan to re-listen to this book again this time with my young nieces by my side.
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