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The Loss of the S. S. Titanic

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Allyson Hester

5 Hours 29 Minutes


January 2016

Audio Book Summary

This is a 1st hand account written by a survivor of the Titanic about that fateful night and the events leading up to it as well as the events that followed its sinking. - Summary written by Allyson Hester

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  • Catherine B.

    So the book itself my be good, but her voice is so hard to listen to. And then around the 40min mark, she messed up a word and you can hear her trying to edit it and start over. I know this book is free, but why put out a flawed product? Couldn’t even finish it, so there may be more mess ups down the line.

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  • Roseann C.

    An interesting telling of this sad event. I have always imagined panic ensued but according to this book, people were calm and controlled.

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  • Anonymous

    Very interesting. Gets a little too technical in the last chapter. I enjoyed it however The narrator throws you off a bit. She sounds happy and content all the way through even though she is experiencing a horrible situation. There is very little emotion in her voice. I didn't expect an acting job but it did require some emotion. Technical problems should have been fixed.

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  • Anonymous

    I thought the narrator was good. Her voice was clear and she enunciated well. She also used good expression throughout the book which kept it interesting. When the material itself near the end of the book was mostly technical, it was still easy to listen to because of the narrator. She did have a few technical issues mid-way and it was a bit annoying but these things happen. I just smiled and listened on. Hey, we're human; we are not robots. All in all I would rate the narrator a four. Great job!

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