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This was slow and heavy to begin with. This account follows those survivors in the order which they disembarked the ship in their varying ways, either through boarding a lifeboat, or in the final moments, leaping from its sides and finding their time had not yet come. It is, at times, repetitive and seemingly impersonal, given that many of the survivors "voices" are from the inquiries following the disaster. It was, however, a fascinating study into the different views and experiences of those o...more