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The Last Voyage By Jessica Stirling, The Last Voyage Feb , The Claridon is an old ship, on its last voyage before heading to the scrap heap An explosion in the engine room weakens the hull and the ship is now taking on water than the bilge pumps can deal with. The Last Voyage The Last Voyage Rotten Tomatoes Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone are Cliff and Laurie Henderson, a married couple on a vacation with their young daughter Tammy Marihugh , taking their first sea voyage aboard the aging ocean The Last Voyage Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone Aug , The Last Voyage tells the story of an aged ocean liner, SS Claridon that meets destruction in the Pacific Ocean Dorothy Malone and Robert Stack portray Laurie and Cliff Henderson, who are relocating to Tokyo, Japan. The Last Voyage Overview TCM Mar , Overview of The Last Voyage, , directed by Andrew L Stone, with Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone, George Sanders, at Turner Classic Movies The Last Voyage of Mrs Henry Parker by Joanna Nell The Last Voyage of Mrs Henry Parker by Joanna Nell is a delightful tale of Mrs Parker searching for her husband Henry on the Golden Sunset Ocean Liner Henry Parker used to be the doctor on the Golden sunset now retired living on the liner with His wife Evelyn.

  • Title: The Last Voyage
  • Author: Jessica Stirling
  • ISBN: 9781444716382
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Set in the bohemian artistic world of Edwardian England, Jessica Stirling s new novel reaches a thrilling and romantic climax as the Titanic sails for New York At first, handsome, freewheeling Clive Cavendish does not appear to be an ideal catch for Julie, but when a whirlwind seduction leads to love and marriage, and Clive s ambitious schemes begin to pay off, Julie is moSet in the bohemian artistic world of Edwardian England, Jessica Stirling s new novel reaches a thrilling and romantic climax as the Titanic sails for New York At first, handsome, freewheeling Clive Cavendish does not appear to be an ideal catch for Julie, but when a whirlwind seduction leads to love and marriage, and Clive s ambitious schemes begin to pay off, Julie is than happy to be the wife of an up and coming painter and the mother of his children Anna s suitor, Howard Buskin, is rich, moody, and reclusive He prefers painting Dartmoor s brooding landscape to courting the beautiful young woman his mother has chosen to be his bride, and from the first their uneasy, loveless marriage totters on the brink of crisis Only when American art collector Teddy Norris enters their lives with a proposal that Howard cannot ignore and an easygoing charm that sweeps Anna into a tempestuous affair, do the sisters begin to question their loyalty to their husbands and to each other a loyalty that will be tested to the limit on the first, and last, Atlantic crossing of the White Star s new superliner, the unsinkable Titanic, a voyage that not all of them will survive.
    The Last Voyage Set in the bohemian artistic world of Edwardian England Jessica Stirling s new novel reaches a thrilling and romantic climax as the Titanic sails for New York At first handsome freewheeling Clive C

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    1. I think i m the only person on who hasn t enjoyed this book for many reasons I don t usually leave reviews, but I felt I needed to explain myself for giving it such a low score when everybody else had rated it so highly.Firstly, If you are reading this for the Titanic element, you will be severely disappointed as the Titanic only kicks in around page 300 of the 400 or so paged book Whilst on the ship, life on board was hardly mentioned, and it just seemed to be a way to make the story sell as we [...]

    2. For an author that is proclaimed to have written than 30 books, and was born in Scotland, I was disappointed that I d never heard of her before, and that the first book I d read of hers was so lacklustre The cover of this book features Titanic prominently, but don t be fooled The tagline announces that The Titanic will be their fate , but unfortunately, Titanic doesn t even get mentioned until page 253, and then there s another 20 30 pages before any of the main characters set foot aboard the d [...]

    3. I did actually enjoy this book, but I found the last quarter a bit anti climactic Maybe I expected too much, because it was the sinking of the Titanic but I found the author missed many opportunities for avid descriptions, and there wasn t a whole lot of feeling I didn t get a sense of terror at all, it was all pretty nonchalant which I m sure it wasn t, in real life Oh, and the ending Quite abrupt, in my opinion If my rating were based solely on that portion of the book, it would have been much [...]

    4. The blurb promises passion, drama and tragedy set aboard the Titanic Unfortunately, the quarter of the book that did actually include the ship was by far the most lackluster and downright boring depiction of so tragic and fascinating an event I have ever read, the passion consisted of a few cheap sex scenes and the main tragedy of this novel was the fact that all the potential the story might have had was squandered due to uninteresting and unlikable characters I found it impossible to care abou [...]

    5. Excellent storyline Always a fan of anything Titanic, I actually enjoyed of the book than I expected considering they don t even mention the ill fated ship until almost 300 pages in Great characters.

    6. Not too bad but I didn t enjoy it as I thought I would doIf you wanna read a story about Titanic this is not your book.

    7. I read this because it had the Titanic in the plot and even though the first mention of the ship is not until page 253 I still enjoyed reading this saga.

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