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Amazing and well written, held by attention until the end
An interesting book.
Like a lot of books about Ismay this cannot avoid giving opinions about his actions. However, I certainly found it interesting.
I am a big Titanic buff, and this is probably the best book I've read on the Titanic disaster from a theoretical and ethical standpoint. Read morePublished on 12 Dec. 2012 by Lisa
Spolier Alert, do not read if you want to know how the book ends.
How to survive the titanic.
Answer 1) be rich or alternativly be a woman or a child.... Read more
well written detailed history mainly of J. Bruse Ismay, but also of the sinking of the Titanic. a bit dry when the author deviates into other author's stories of other sailors. Read morePublished on 28 May 2012 by Erica
J Bruce Ismay's life was defined by a single event - the fact he survived the sinking of the Titanic when so many others, including hundreds of women and children, did not. Read morePublished on 14 May 2012 by Gregory S. Buzwell
I can spot the exact spot in the book where the author, like the Titanic, starts to run out of steam:suddenly she veers off, like the Titanic, into an iceberg; short of anything... Read morePublished on 1 May 2012 by Neil Murphy