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Quinn, a member of the Titanic Historical Society and author of Titanic at Two A.M., has researched and painted the Titanic throughout most of his adult life. In this lavishly illustrated account, which includes 27 original color paintings by the author and 80 black-and-white photographs, Quinn uses extensive survivor testimony to place the reader in the midst of the last eight hours of the great ship's life: from one passenger's vivid recollection of how the sun's pathway at dusk "ran ahead of us...and slipped over the edge of the skyline" to a survivor's comment, watching from the railing of the rescue ship Carpathia: "Finally the sun came up. It was a beautiful sparkling morning looking down on a group of widely scattered small lifeboats...all that was left of the greatest ocean steamer ever built." Introduced with a thoughtful foreword by Edward S. Kamuda, president and founder of the Titanic Historical Society, this is a documentary counterpoint to other recent retellings. Recommended for larger public libraries and libraries with a special interest in the Titanic.--Robert C. Jones, formerly of Central Missouri State Univ., Warrensburg Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780965520997
  • Publisher: Fantail
  • Publication date: 11/28/1999
  • Edition description: FANTAIL
  • Pages: 288

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2002

    What a great book!

    I loved this book. It has stunning paintings of scenes on the Titanic before and during the collision that really add to the text. This book was so good I read it twice in one year.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2000

    The Real Deal on the Titanic

    This novel real touch the inside of my soul. I feeled like i was actual on the ship feeling the joys and the terror. Quinn can really get into the people hopes and fears about the whole deal on Titanic. I alway have enjoyed reading and reasearching about the ill-fated ship and this novel puts my love for the Titanic over the top.i believe this story deserves a rating of 5 and if there was a higher score it would have my vote.

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