Titanic: A Survivor's Story
Academy Chicago Publishers, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
This book combines two survivors' vivid accounts of the greatest maritime disaster in history: the sinking of the Titanic. The information contained in Colonel Archibald Gracie's Titanic: A Survivor's Story is available from no other source. He provides details of those final moments, including names of passengers pulled from the ocean and of those men who, in a panic, jumped into lifeboats as they were being lowered, causing injury and further danger to life. Walter Lord, author of A Night to Remember, comments that Gracie's book-written shortly before he died from the exposure he suffered on that night-is "invaluable for chasing down who went in what boat, " and calls Gracie "an indefatigable detective."
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With Titanic mania still gripping the country, especially its younger women, material on the doomed ship is in high demand. This volume combines accounts from two survivors of the disaster and is a good value for libraries. Read full review
You positively must read this book. It is extraordinary in the fact that it is written by an actual survivor of the tragedy. The moment you read the first sentence you are a captive of the story and you will not want to stop until you have read the last page. Don't deprive yourself of a wonderful book about the TITANIC.
The Last Day Aboard Ship
Struck by an Iceberg
The Foundering of the Titanic
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