Maiden Voyage

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Maiden Voyage

Maiden Voyage In the Titanic was the largest fastest and most lavish man made object on earth the elegant and invincible consummation of the Industrial Age An international flurry of wonder and gaiety launch

  • Title: Maiden Voyage
  • Author: Cynthia Bass
  • ISBN: 9780553378894
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1912 the Titanic was the largest, fastest, and most lavish man made object on earth the elegant and invincible consummation of the Industrial Age An international flurry of wonder and gaiety launched its ill fated voyage from London to New York For one boy, however, it would be a voyage of crisis and discovery Torn between the worlds of his estranged parents the acIn 1912 the Titanic was the largest, fastest, and most lavish man made object on earth the elegant and invincible consummation of the Industrial Age An international flurry of wonder and gaiety launched its ill fated voyage from London to New York For one boy, however, it would be a voyage of crisis and discovery Torn between the worlds of his estranged parents the activism of his suffragist mother and the social frenzy of his bohemian father Sumner aspires to both, longing desperately for manhood, poetry and heroism On his own for the Titanic s fateful crossing, the boy finds himself drawn to two very different passengers the fiery young feminist Ivy Earnshaw and handsome, sophisticated Pierce Andrews, aviator and cynic In the harrowing last moments of the giant, doomed ship, the three young people find themselves joined in a devastating and intimate dance with death no reader will forget.

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    1. Megan on said:

      Thoroughly enjoyable writing, but I never truly felt like the narrator was a boy, nor 12. it sounded rather like the angst of a highly literate 16 year old girl. The immature focus on wanting to be a hero regardless the consequence I felt was spot-on. The gratuitously graphic masturbation scene following his voyeurism of his father's sex life kept this from being a four star and makes it NOT a book to put in your teen's hands if you're uncomfortable with that, or the 'pleasures' of smoking

    2. Kwynn Kelly on said:

      Brilliant book. Obviously not a young adult novel, and should not be treated as one. It dealt with a tragedy in a refreshing way, and the research was insightful and correct. The characters are well-rounded and have depth. This is a slow burn, but, if you are dedicated to Titanic's story, it isn't one you should discard. Even if this is historical fiction, it does have truth. It has morals you can live by. Yes, there's sex, but it can be avoided. There's love, adventure, death, cynics. It's a gr [...]

    3. Amelia on said:

      Absolutely horrifying that I found this in a middle/high-school library at 14. I loved the story of the Titanic, but I had no idea what I was getting into. I had to put it down after some unnecessary and detailed sexual situations. Very disturbing and upsetting. Glad I put it down.

    4. Cathy Houston on said:

      the beginning was good the end was good but the middle not do good. A boy tries to become a man on the Titanic and finds it very hard

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