Kenneth E. Tutton

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Location: Bristol, England


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Titanic: A Survivor's Story by Archibald Gracie
Titanic: A Survivor's Story by Archibald Gracie
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very well researched., 21 Dec 2011
Colonel Gracie had an obsession with the great ship and its crew and passengers, he had every right as he had a miraculous escape and sought information from the inquiries that followed. He describes life on board the ship, the sinking, the survival of Colonel Gracie then he goes into detail as to the other lifeboats.
The only sad part is that when he lists whom was on a certain lifeboat he will record the names of First class passengers and crew but no mention of the third class passenger names (which there were few).
It is however a very interesting and engaging book and is an essential Titanic book.
101 Things You Thought You Knew About the Titanic.&hellip by Tim Maltin
This book is an ideal inclusion to any Titanic library or for anyone with a passing interest in the ship.
The book is reader friendly and you can dip in and out. You will learn new facts from this book and also learn the fact from fiction!
Battlefield 3 - Limited Edition (Xbox 360) by Electronic Arts
The graphics in this game are very good but it really succeeds on the gameplay.
After playing the Medal of Honour series and Call of Duty series it seems that the Battlefield series seems most solid and realistic. Having the ability to be a medic, sniper, engineer or assault gives it that more immersive feel.
Adding to this the ability to fly and drive various vehicles makes it all the more fun.
The damage modelling is superb, buildings collapse, trees fall down and cars explode.....bliss!
I would recommend this game to anyone new to shoot 'em ups or old pros!

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