Thursday, May 12, 2022

The Titanic Tunnel by Glen Blackwell

 




It's Titanic - aren't you curious? No one alive today has seen it like that.'Emmie & Jack are on a school trip with a difference. Visiting Belfast to see where Titanic was built, they step back to 1912 and discover the great ship itself. All too soon, they find out that the way home is blocked, and Jack gets dragged off to work by one of the crew. Who is the mysterious stranger lurking in the shadows, and can they solve his time riddle to escape from the doomed ship before it is too late...?

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About The Author

I have worked in finance for many years. I wrote and published my first children's book after getting the inspiration reading to my own children. I love being able to help with the escapism that can be found through books.  

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My Review


 

A book geared to younger readers, but full of little gems of historical interest and fact concerning the fateful sailing of the Titanic, and we are there for the hours leading up to April 15, 1912.
The author has two children Emmie & Jack on a field trip to Belfast Ireland to see where the Titanic as constructed. Our curious pair soon split from their group and open a door to the past.
Now we are set for an adventure, and and adventure these two sure have! After a while, with the clock ticking, you will be wondering if these two will be added to the casualty list!
This book is geared to 9 - 12 year olds, but as an adult I loved reading this quick read of just 264 pages, filled with facts about this ship!
I also had to know what happened to these characters, and then Mary!
I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher BooksGoSocial, and was not required to give a positive review.

 

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