Which Titanic book do you take on HolidayVacation with you


Jim Kalafus

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Last cruise I took as a single was back in 2000. I had just discovered ET, and spent about three days printing out every last passenger bio, and much of the message board, to read over a seven day period. At that time, it took 3 binders and several packages of paper to print out the entire run of ET passenger material cover-to-cover, so to speak.
 

Nancy Bratby

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None, I value them too much to run the risk of their being blobbed with suncream.

I did take From The Heart Of The Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick, that jolly true classic of cannibalism after a whale attack on the beach. Once.

I was a bit quiet on the bus going back to Dubrovnik. For once.
 
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Dubrovnik? I've been there before, quite nice.
Anyhow, I'd take A Night to Remember on a holiday. It's the best account of the story (apparently) and when I read it first, I quite enjoyed it.
 

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