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“Wilson’s fresh angle convincingly explores the strain on survivors.”
-- New York Times Book Review
“This is a captivating read that begins where most other Titanic books end.”
--The Library Journal (Starred Review)
"With this survival tale, Wilson has carved out a fascinating slice of the [Titanic] story."
-- USA Today
“Andrew Wilson’s eloquent chronicle of the dark side of survival offers fresh information, fascinating insights, and masterful storytelling. A spellbinding voyage into the uncharted depths of the Titanic tragedy.” -- Deborah Davis, author of Strapless: John Singer Sargent and the Fall of Madame X
Andrew Wilson is the author of Beautiful Shadow: A Life of Patricia Highsmith, Harold Robbins: The Man Who Invented Sex, and the novel The Lying Tongue. He has written for The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and the Daily Mail. He lives in London.See all Editorial Reviews
In the Afterword of this book it states that the name Titanic is the third most recognized word in the world after God and Coca-Cola and there is a reason for this. Read morePublished 1 month ago by terrylynn
This book is a great read. It personalizes the story and makes the tragedy so real.. It makes one wonder how one would act in similar circumstances.Published 4 months ago by Linda Paschall Stoltz
Bought this for my mom for Christmas. She is a "fan" of the Titanic story and she absolutely loved this book.Published 5 months ago by Sarah
I have countless books about the Titanic, and figured, after 30+ books over the years, that there wasn't anything new I'd be interested in. But I was very wrong. Read morePublished 6 months ago by julans
We did a group project on different historic events. Very true to form book and it really was fascinating.Published 6 months ago by sky