Fifteen-year-old Samuel plunges to his death while building his beloved Titanic. Now as the greatest ship the world has ever seen crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Samuel finds himself on board – as a ghost. His spirit roams the ship, from the glamour of first class to the party atmosphere of third class. Sam shares the excitement of Jim, Isobel and their children – on their way to a new life in America. Disaster strikes when Titanic hits an iceberg. As Titanic sinks to her icy grave, Jim and his family are trapped behind locked gates. Can Samuel’s spirit reach out to save them?
Nicola Pierce published her first book for children, Spirit of the Titanic, to rave reviews and five printings within its first twelve months. City of Fate, her second book, transported the reader deep into the Russian city of Stalingrad during World War II. The novel was shortlisted for the Warwickshire School Library Service Award, 2014. To read more about Nicola, go to her Facebook page, www.facebook.com/NicolaPierce-Author.
Spirit of the Titanic by Nicola Pierce
‘I would recommend this book to anybody who enjoys reading a spooky, emotional book and is interested in the fascinating events of 1912′
This breathtaking book takes you on the deck of the Titanic with its amazing descriptive language describing every scene from top to bottom.
As it visits many passengers’ emotions and feelings it may make you shed a tear or giggle a little but either way you are sure to thoroughly enjoy the book. Every chapter gets more and more exciting and as soon as you start reading your eyes will immediately be glued to the book.
While Samuel Joseph Scott’s spirit roams the Titanic he finds himself in a frightening position as he is the only one that can save a poor third class family. As time is running out he must try to save them before Titanic sinks to its watery graves.
This book lets you join Samuel in his dangerous adventure and travel around the Titanic with him page after page. I would recommend this book to anybody who enjoys reading a spooky, emotional book and is interested in the fascinating events of 1912. I would rate this book 10/10 and I’m sure you would too.
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