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Over the Deep: A Titanic Adventure Kindle Edition
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The author did an excellent job of weaving fact and fiction together to create a compelling story.
The story is fairly engaging, with the surprises that set Edwin on his journey and the inherent drama of the Titanic.
The writing style is a little uneven, relying on telling at times more than showing and breaking out of point of view from time to time. Occasionally there are little glitches--a word left out here and there, and CreateSpace's printing looks more like a good dot-matrix than a crisp printing.
Still, all in all, it's a pleasant read and should be of interest to children who like the Titanic or other adventure. Since it is fairly short, it could appeal to reluctant readers who would be overwhelmed by a larger text.