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by | Read by Martin Jarvis

History • 3 hrs. • Abridged • ©

Audiobooks offer a great opportunity to republish a work popular at the time of publication but possibly difficult to find in a bookstore today. Walter Lord's account of the fateful sinking of the Titanic, published in 1955, has long been a source of general knowledge about the disastrous event. With recent salvage attempts and a new movie scheduled for release, interest in the Titanic is renewed, and Lord's story is happily reintroduced here. Martin Jarvis is an excellent choice for narrator. Jarvis, one of the most talented British narrators, received the Reader of the Year Award from the British Spoken Word Association in 1996. Depicting the ultra class-conscious scene on the decks of the Titanic with aplomb, his crusty accents and perfect timing set the scene for impending disaster. Lord's book also details the aftermath of the tragedy, and Jarvis is equally adept at discussing the ramifications and changes that occurred after the sinking. Jarvis ably captures Lord's particular style of dramatic storytelling and careful research. R.F.W. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 97]

Airbox pak • Audio Partners •

CS ISBN 1572700475 $17.95 • Two cassettes

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Airbox pak • Audio Partners •

CS ISBN 1572700475 $17.95 • Two cassettes

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