This thought-provoking novel, involving a prominent family aboard the most famous passenger liner in history, has a unique story line of intense drama. Detailing atrocious horrors that demand rescue, the story is told exclusively in first person directly involving the main female character, Sofia Anne Rothman. She is a very wealthy socialite who appears to have everything a woman could possibly desire. True reality reflects a young soul gruesomely victimized since the tender age of five. Her family demands complete loyalty from their youngest member, insisting she obey unquestionably her elder demented brother. Her new journey begins by sailing back home on the maiden voyage of Titanic. Her soul already bares a lifetime of endless unimaginable abuse that she tries in such desperation to suppress deep in her consciousness. Never has a tale entangled such complexities in such a raw realistic manner.
Cynthia Joy’s writing ambitions began one day completely unplanned and certainly unexpected. The literary journey ignited from a harsh personal discovery when her late husband started suffering from a very rare fatal blood disease. As her daily life became more difficult to bear, she surprisingly discovered a new endeavor that evolved into a very productive therapeutic personal escape. Cynthia bravely decided to further engage into writing an entire series of manuscripts, each individual novel involving specific horrific abuse. Courageously, she tried to exonerate these evils throughout each story line; filling her writing with enormous sympathy and bold awareness, earnestly attempting astute solutions. Cynthia’s determination stayed solvent throughout her narratives concisely engrossing her own personal life experiences. She writes uniquely in first person, continuously transforming herself directly into the main female character. Her precise literary ambition is to evolve into a righteous humanitarian author.