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A Titanic Journey Across the Sea, 1912 (American Sisters #9)

3.37 of 5 stars 3.37  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  4 reviews
When sisters Erna and Alfreda Anderson set sail for America to join their father in Chicago, they have no idea what the fate of the luxury liner Titanic will be.
Paperback, 201 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Aladdin Paperbacks
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Sarah Kinert
A Titanic Journey Across the Sea is an incredible book. It is so descriptigve and paints and incredible picture in your head. This book is filled withe action, cliff hangers, and many more scary and sweet emotions.
The main idea of this entire book is about how a family is traveling to America and has to take the Titanic. One of the daughters didn't like the idea of the first voyage but they went anyways. The two sisters also had to go without their mom because she was confined. This trip turne...more
Rebecca
Erna and Alfreda Anderson were two real passengers that traveled third class on the Titanic, but nothing is known about them, except that Erna survived, and Alfreda did not. The author of this book has written a novel that imagines who Erna and Alfreda Anderson were, why they were on the Titanic, and how Erna made it out of the tragedy alive when Alfreda, her relative, did not. The Erna of this book is a ten-year-old dreamer living in the Swedish countryside, often at odds with her realistic, si...more
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Entertaining enough, but I didn't really connect with the characters.
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