"Under the Titanic"


PRR5406

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Purchased a copy of "Under the Titanic", in a gift shop in Halifax a few weeks back; autographed and marked down, too! Content: A portion of the text quotes and shows original hand-written diary of a volunteer engineer aboard the "MacKay-Bennett". It reviews his depression and the physical strain on his body as sodden corpses are yanked from the Atlantic. But... the two authors, sisters, start channeling their deceased grandfather, who was the now-deceased engineer. To go one better, they channel John Jacob Astor. No offense to the more broad minded among you, but it gets..like whoa, I mean totally mellow and freaky, and like, totally puts the reader on a wholistic and spiritual vibes, ya know?
My feeling is, the author's search for her true-love's spirit and the collection of the "Titanic" dead, provided a conduit for a journey that is almost cloying. Definitely a "chick book", if her emotions are running high. Maybe a soap opera.
Anyway, it's out there.
 

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