Okay, now that my most recent trauma has been lifted off my chest, I suppose I will review a book. Like this one.
When I first started reading this book, I was prepared to be slightly bored with it, simply because although Titanic books always interest me, lets face it, we all know how it is going to end. So, I am afraid to say, my early attitude slightly tainted the first two chapters for me. But then I realized that the book was actually pretty good. Once I got used to the writing style, I actually enjoyed the book. It was not my favourite Titanic book - I have read better - but it was enjoyable.
The authors writing style was fairly good - and I thought it was a nice thing that he was trying to preserve the truths about the Titanic, and Jamie Laidlaw's story.
Now - to return to the last bit of nothingness left called 'March Break'.