"A Night to Remember" by Walter Lord
At the start of the book it was hard to read and follow characters and it seemed that they didn’t matter and all of the book is about the plot but I was dead wrong. In the story were many characters and they weren’t memorable because of complicated, similar and repetitive names. As further reading the book I realized that they were important at the scene where they say goodbyes to their loved ones.
The book was very well written with wide variety of words that I could only understand by context or translating them. It was hard to read first pages because I wasn’t adapted to the language and reading books but later on it became easy.
The main story was about an event but everything was in the details and point of views which were in different times why it was hard to absorb the information and plot. It would be hard to understand the details of book and write the storyline if I hadn’t made notes.
In the book I would like to have more stories about concrete character but I chose a book which was about an event not some adventures, so I can’t be unsatisfied.
I would suggest this book to experienced readers and those who want to improve his English vocabulary because the storyline and details wasn’t as easy as I thought to understand. To sum up, it was interesting to look at the Titanic’s disaster not just trough the famous love story film but through a good book.
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