From the moment the Titanic hits the iceberg, the engines stop, life belts are donned, and reality battles its way inside the minds of worried passengers. Imagine fighting to get on one of the twenty life boats per the two thousand plus passengers, and having a gun pointed at your head to bring you back aboard. Death came early for some third class passengers before the ship completely sank, as flooding sea water drowned those locked below. Catain Smith went down with the ship, but struggled with the numerous ice berg warnings unheeded. Survivors witness the end of this tragedy as they see the Titanic's lights flicker one last time before surrendering to the brutle cold of the Atlantic Ocean.
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The review of this Book prepared by Tracey Ray