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SPECIAL LOW PRICE FOR A LIMITED PERIOD TO DISCOVER THIS NEW AUTHOR. Downton Abbey on the Titanic – an extraordinary saga set on board the most famous ship of all time. The Titanic was the most magnificent ship ever built, offering every possible luxury to her passengers – yet on the night on the 14th of April, 1912, she sank in the North Atlantic, leaving the lucky ones floating in wooden rowing boats, and the rest struggling for their lives in the icy water. This novel follows the fortunes of Reg, a handsome young steward who works in the first-class dining room; Annie, a gifted Irishwoman who is travelling to America with her four children; Juliette, a titled English lady who is pregnant and unmarried; an American millionaire and his wife who are trapped in a poisoned marriage; and a mystery passenger who never shows her face in public. The sinking of the Titanic not only steals lives but blows apart the futures of those who survive. Coming to terms with the shocking events, survivors form new attachments, make decisions with tragic consequences, and watch all their old certainties crumble. How can life ever be the same again when you have heard 1,500 people dying in the water around you?

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Women and Children First
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Beautiful story about the Titanic
June 2nd, 2015
I could not put this book down. The book is about a ateward who worked on the Titanic. It is based on different people who the steward got to know on board, and what happens when the Titanic starts to sink and of the lives of some of the survivors the steward is one of them. It tells the story of how they coped after arriving in New York. Lovely book to read brought tears in my eyes. The Titanic really happend so this book could have been true!
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Women and children first by G Paul
January 19th, 2014
Bit slow to start but then got engrossed and couldn't wait to turn the page.
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Sweet at first
February 19th, 2013
This novel was fantastic from the start I got sucked right into it but then it start getting annoying well thats what I found my view others might disagree but it was annoying for me too stretched with the murder suspense plot going on then the women who lost her son I was in tears with that plot but the author manage to ruine that to the women gets powers to talk to ghosts come on! Then finally the beautiful pregnant girl at start gets married am like hooray but then that plot ruin too how she break up with her husband cx shes home sick ka this realistic? Leading the husband to keep a mistress and the wife devoting her life to her son and horses back home aye right
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