A story that has to be told. Tremendous human interest. Entertaining, riveting. It grips you. -- Stevan Thayer, Author, Interview with an Angel
An emotional journey. Innovative audiobook blending the author's conscious memories, hypnotic memories, and recorded history. -- Reviewer's Bookwatch, 11/98
Edin Books has one of the unique books of this holiday season, I Built the Titanic. You will be amazed with this biography. -- Bennet Pomerantz, Columnist, Audio World
Spellbound! My wife and I listened to the tapes absolutely spellbound. I am extremely impressed. Congratulations on a really great audio book! Not only is the case convincing, but you have done a marvelous job with the production. This is indeed a breakthrough in presenting these stories to the public. I loved the way you interwove the regression sessions with historical narration - very dramatic, and very easy to follow. I, literally, could not turn the tape off, it was so fascinating! -- Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, Contributing writer, Reincarnation International Magazine,
The audiobook was great. I've listened to Bill's audiobook and I can recommend it to those interested in a fine, original, past-life story, especially the recorded voices during regression sessions. Even though I have conducted hundreds of regression sessions myself, I've listened to it with great pleasure. --Marianne Notschaele-den Boer, Regression Therapist, The Netherlands
From the Back Cover
Thomas Andrews, Titanic's master shipbuilder, returns with new evidence to set the record straight about the ship he built.
William Barnes -- born 41 years to the day after Titanic hit the infamous iceberg -- has been haunted since childhood by powerful memories from the life he now knows belonged to Titanic's historic designer, Thomas Andrews. In I Built the Titanic:
- Find out who rejected the proposed safeguards that could have saved Titanic and all on board.
- Witness the extraordinary encounter on the bridge when Andrews pronounces Titanic's death sentence.
- Uncover the pivotal role of politics, arrogance and greed in sending Titanic and over 1500 people on a journey ... into infamy.
Join the author and interviewer Dr. Frank Baranowski on an emotional journey that is a compelling re-examination of history. Hear American working man Barnes become Irish shipbuilder Thomas Andrews in this gripping, first-person account of Andrews' life and death - from his first blueprint of Titanic to the final breath of his dying ship. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.