In the novel “Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margret Ann Brady,” a Girl by the name of Margaret Ann was given an opportunity to immigrate from Britain to the United states on a new ship known as the Titanic. This was a great opportunity for her because she was an orphan and wanted to be with her brother William in the United States. Ms.Carstairs a women looking for a good child to tag along with her on the journey stumbled upon Margaret and liked her attitude, so eventually she chose her to go along with her. Later in the story, when Margaret was on her journey she met a handsome, young steward, named Robert and they quickly became good friends but eventually their relationship turned romantic. Robert was the character to inform Margaret and Mrs.Carstairs that the ship was sinking. At the end of this story Margaret and Mrs.Carstairs both survived, sadly Robert did not. Though Margaret very much questioned why she survived when thousands of others died she was pleased to be with her brother once again. The novel, “Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady” was an excellent story and I highly recommend it for both children (9+) and adults. It gave significant detail from the passenger’s point of view and made you feel as if you were in Margaret Ann’s shoes. The novel also gave great amounts of factual history throughout the story. On a scale of 1-10 I would give this novel an 8; only because parts of the novel did tend to get boring for certain periods of times. Overall though the story was great and would definitely recommend it.
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