Titanic - The Most Complete Story Ever Told - Anniversary Edition - Matthew Vollbrecht

Titanic - The Most Complete Story Ever Told - Anniversary Edition

By Matthew Vollbrecht

  • Release Date: 2012-02-20
  • Genre: History
Titanic - The Most Complete Story Ever Told - Anniversary Edition book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 422 Ratings)

Titanic - The Most Complete Story Ever Told - Anniversary Edition Matthew Vollbrecht Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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User reviews about this book

  • Titanic

    5
    By tamjo1001
    I really enjoyed !
  • What is up with April 18th

    4
    By Angitap
    Yet another horrible event that occurred on my birthdate 4/18. Thanks for sharing your passion; I'm ready to enjoy the movie.
  • Titanic historical

    4
    By 2lvbyquilts
    I learned more about this great ship than any documentary film viewed. You could follow through on former policies versus today's policies and reasonings. It guides the reader truly through the lives of the crew and people.
  • The most complete story ever told? Please.

    2
    By bnmays
    Like the author, I have been fascinated by the Titanic since childhood. I'm always looking for some new book or documentary or artifact to stoke those fires. I was excited to come across this book, and I hoped it would contain information I hadn't yet known. While it is written in the style and tone intended - that of a story - I was disappointed by the haphazard thoughts and poorly written explanations. Several times the book droned on unnecessarily in awkward repetition. If you're truly a Titanic aficionado, I recommend that you save your time and move on to another, more informative text.
  • Metal or Medal?

    5
    By Olivershamm
    Greetings, The book is spectacular! I've learned more about RMS Titanic in this book than I've known in 20 years. Just a question; on page 89 where the book speaks of Frank Millet receiving a " metal" from Belgium, I was wondering if the author meant "medal" which is certainly a small mistake in such a masterful work and may not be the author's fault at all. Anyway, a great book which I have recommended to many and a masterful telling of history's greatest and most well-known maritime disaster. Thank you for a great read and education! Andrew Oliver Royal Academy of Art in Belgium
  • Good Information

    4
    By Just a Gaming Fool
    It was difficult to put this book down in order to go to sleep! For those who are not completely familiar with the Titanic disaster, this book serves as a thorough explanation of the events leading up to the demise of this great ship. I would have given this book 5 stars, but the spelling, grammar and punctuation errors were especially annoying. Did anyone proofread this book before it was printed? 8(
  • Awesome

    5
    By Rodion Mark
    One of the best and most up to date and resourceful books about Titanic I read thus far. Enjoyed reading it and it took me a week and a half to finish it. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to read about Titanic and the story behind it.
  • Titanic the.......

    5
    By Pos dog
    This is a good book y'all
  • Wow lots of facts

    5
    By Herlinda figueroa
    Nice I wish to rate this 9000 stars
  • Naysayers Beware

    4
    By Stephanie’s Personal
    For those of you who have done any research, you would know that the author of this text is blind. The book was written using a text to speech app. This would explain the "Champaign" versus "Champagne" issue. While an editor could have helped, I think this story is still worth the read.

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