Barry has just bored the Titanic, the unsinkable ship, and is now making new friends with people below his class. Pegeen and her brothers, the Flynn boys, are steerage passengers from his village in Ireland. They had, at first, wanted to throw him overboard, but things change quickly.
In fact, things change so quickly that in just an hour, Barry goes from having fun with his new friends and dreaming of his new life to frantically searching for Pegeen and her brothers. The unsinkable ship has hit an ice berg. And it's sinking.
But the Flynn's are steerage passengers, and all the steerage passengers are trapped behind gates in the basement. Barry won't let them die- that is, if he can get to them on time.
The review of this Book prepared by SM Tate
Savage Boy on 2/9/2016 7:17:14 PM says: This book was OK. The beginning parts are pretty boring but half way on to the book its gets better. But one bad things was that the end felt very rushed
Katie on 9/28/2015 2:50:47 PM says: I thought it was a good book, although I don't think your summary matched it to well. Barry hates the Flynn boys and they hate him. Then when it is sinking he knows they will die and since he loves Pegeen he goes to steerage and tries to save them. He did NOT like the flynn BOYS until he saved him.