Titanic: April 1912 / Kathleen Duey and Karen A. Bale
- "Gavin Reilly is working in the Titanic's galley to earn his passage from Ireland to America. He knows when he finally joins his brother in New York they'll live their big dreams together. Karolina Green is devastated after the loss of her parents. She's returning home to the United States from England with her Aunt Rose, and desperately dreams of fixing her shattered life in New York. But on a calm, clear night in April, those dreams turn into a nightmare. Rich and poor, famous and unknown, the hundreds of people aboard the Titanic find themselves at the mercy of the cold sea and the sinking ship. Few will live to remember the disaster the world still can't forget-- will Gavin and Karolina be among the survivors?"--Publisher.
- 1442490519 (paperback)
- Includes sneak peek from Survivors Fire: Chicago, 1871.
- Other Forms:
- Ebook edition also available.
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