Eleven storeys high, a sixth of a mile long and a list of passengers collectively worth 250 million dollarsOn 10th April 1912 the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic left Southampton on her maiden voyage to New York. At 11.40pm on the 14th April, the Titanic collided with an iceberg and was lost. 1,500 people died in the freezing sea. Legends and stories grew and even now the whole affair still sends shivers down the spine.First published in 1956 and born of 20 years’ research, this account of the voyage - and its aftermath - is a classic of detailed investigation.Read by Martin Jarvis.
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As for the narration it was ok. Sometimes his voice was interesting but sometimes his voice seemed a bit boring. Although this narration was better than others Ive heard. I understand that this book is non fiction but he could have been a little more animated in his voice, so like I said before I would say the narration was ok overall.
This was a very informational audiobook that I would have to say is must read for Titanic fans and history buffs alike.
(Posted on 17 June 2012)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely
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Product InformationRunning Time: 5hrs 4min Publisher: AudioGO Ltd Number of CDs: 4 File Quality: MP3 (64 kbps) Release Date: 01/12/2011 D/L ISBN: 9781445820408 CD ISBN: 9781445847313
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