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  • ISBN 059087585X
  • ISBN13 978-0590875851
  • Language English
  • Author Diane Hoh
  • Publisher Scholastic Paperbacks (August 1, 1998)
  • Formats lrf mbr lrf mbr
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Education and Reference
  • Size ePub 1205 kb
  • Size Fb2 1953 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 182

The survivors of the Titanic shipwreck struggle to get on with their lives after the pain and sadness of that disastrous night

Remembering the Titanic. A Biography of Diane Hoh. Prologue. THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN, where the icebergs are, is still, a navy blue satin blanket covering the earth for endless miles

Remembering the Titanic. Chapter one. Chapter two. Chapter three. THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN, where the icebergs are, is still, a navy blue satin blanket covering the earth for endless miles. Barely a ripple breaks the surface, and then only in the wake of a ship. But that stillness is deceptive. A dark, painful history lies beneath that placid water. Only those who were part of that history know just how painful.

In 1998, Hoh had a runaway hit with Titanic: The Long Night and Remembering the Titanic, a pair of novels about two couples’ escape from the doomed ocean liner. She now lives and writes in Austin. Библиографические данные. Remembering the Titanic: A Novel.

Diane Hoh. There were no flames, but the smoke itself engulfed her, tearing at her throat. She was coughing even before she stepped over the threshhold. But Bridget was insid. .As Katie hesitated for a second. in the doorway, her hands over her nose and mouth to protect them, she heard the faint wail of a siren. Too distant, much too far away to be of any help quickly.

Remembering the Titanic: A Novel - Ebook written by Diane Hoh. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices

Remembering the Titanic: A Novel - Ebook written by Diane Hoh. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Remembering the Titanic: A Novel. A year after the sinking of the Titanic, four teens try to cope with memories of that horrific night It’s April 1913, and survivors of the RMS Titanic have gathered to remember those who didn’t make it onto the lifeboats. Debutante Elizabeth Farr, who had been in first class, lost her father. Steerage passenger Katie Hanrahan nearly lost her life.

Read Remembering the Titanic, by Diane Hoh online on Bookmate – A year after the sinking of the Titanic, four teens try to cope with memories of that horrific nightIt’s April 1913, and survivors o.

Remembering the Titanic. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Titanic (Steamship), Shipwrecks, Grief, Remorse, Shipwreck victims, Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc. Publisher. New York : Scholastic. Uploaded by LineK on December 16, 2009. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Remembering the Titanic book. Diane Hoh is the author of fifty-seven novels for young adults. She grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Austin, Texas.

Diane Hoh is the author of fifty-seven novels for young adults. Remembering the Titanic" begins at a memorial service a year after the sinking and the 4 characters are still struggeling with that night. Elizabeth is struggeling to regain her independance. Binded by her promise to her father, she has a hard time being able to leave her mother and go to college. Max is losing patience with her, but is also struggeling with his own memories of the sinking.

The sequel to TITANIC: THE LONGEST NIGHT, this novel picks up one year later with those who survived and their constant struggle with grief and shock and thoughts of those who didn't make it.

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Nuadazius
I loved the original story of Elizabeth and Max. But this one was hard to get into and I couldn't finish it. Elizabeth mother was clingy and made her go to all the events with her and wouldn't let her have time with Max. Max was very moody. Katie wanted to be a singer and no one took her seriously and the young man that she loved couldn't get over loosing his brother.

Sorry, but the story didn't mesh very well with me. Then again, maybe I wasn't in the mood to read it at the time.
Adokelv
I'm really enjoying this book. I read the first part (The Long Night) and enjoyed it also. The main character reminds me of Rose from the movie but not a bad thing. Also nice to hear from 3rd class pov.
Steel balls
This is the sequel to Titanic: The Long Night. It's a continuation of the character's lives after the sinking. It does pretty well but like most sequels it's just good but not great.
Ese
I remember reading this book a long time ago, but because it’s been so long it was like reading it anew. Sometimes you forget things and it makes it feel like the first time you have read the book. It was so good this time. It was, in my opinion, even better than the last time I read it.

Elizabeth, Max, Katie, and Paddy all survived the sinking of the Titanic. Now they are back home and each one is trying to move forward with their lives. Elizabeth is dealing with her clingy mother who refuses to let her move on with her life.  Max is working hard on his painting career. These two are also trying to continue with their relationship against her mother’s wishes. Katie has kicked off her singing career while Paddy is trying to become an author. They each fight daily to keep their romance strong, but that’s easier said than done.

This book was very good, but I did find one inconsistency in the book that bothered me. It talks of Elizabeth Farr and in the same chapter her last name is switched to Fair. Being the fact she is one of the main characters it just did not sit well with me. Other than that, the book was written well. It told an amazing tale of love, hope, and revival. I absolutely loved it....Stormi
OTANO
You might not expect a sequel to a Titanic book to be a successfull read..but it is! After reading the first, I wanted more and this book left me very content after reading it!
"Remembering the Titanic" begins at a memorial service a year after the sinking and the 4 characters are still struggeling with that night.
Elizabeth is struggeling to regain her independance. Binded by her promise to her father, she has a hard time being able to leave her mother and go to college. Max is losing patience with her, but is also struggeling with his own memories of the sinking.
Katie develops her singing career, but Paddy is becoming distant and desolate, wondering why he survived and not his brother.
The only flaw is that Diane Hoh included an Epilouge in the first book, so we know that everything will turn out a certain way. But this book has its own plot, and there is more to find out.
In the first book I found the Max/Elizabeth romance more exciting that the Irish couple, but this book greatly developed the Katie/Paddy relationship-and I found them equally appealing to Elizabeth and Max. (especially in the last chapter-my favorite part of the book)
I liked the first book so much that it left me wanting more, and thats what I got with this book. I would still say the first book was better, but anyone who read the first book and fell in love with the characters like I did, must read this!
Frlas
This sequal to Titanic: The Long Night hits all the right targets in moving on after a terrible disaster. Since there hasn't been a book on the aftermath of the disaster, this was completely new to me. I was able to read this thanks to my friend who happened to have it.
Summary: It's a year after the sinking. Elizabeth Farr has a constant chill to remind her of the disaster and she's also tiring of obeying her father's promise that she takes care of her mother after the disaster. Max Whittaker is now living on his own as an artist, but he is losing patience with Elizabeth since she is now spending more time with her mother and alomost no time with him. Katie Hanrahan is living her dream of being a singer and is becoming popular with the rich. Paddy Kelleher is given a job to write a book on his experiences of the sinking, but he can't help thinking of how he could've possibly saved his brother's life. As the story goes on, Elizabeth, given determination by Max, is set to go to college, but her mother will do anything to keep her daughter by her side, and she soon stoops so low that Elizabeth is soon fears for her and puts Elizabeth's and Max's relationship in jeopardy. Elizabeth also thinks that Max has moved on, but when she sees his shocking new paintings, she realizes he hasn't put the disaster behind him as well. Meanwhile, Katie is angry at Paddy for spending more time with publishers rather than with her and when she sees Paddy talking with another girl, she no longer wants to see him. Two things to look forward to in this book: Elizabeth and Katie meet face to face, and a fire puts one of the charactor's life on the line. Exciting! Reaction: This book is too short, about half the size of its prequel, otherwise this book is amazing! Its unpredictability will make you hold on to it until it ends. Something worth buying. If you can find it!
Thetalune
To finish the remark above, even though it may have been the only novel I've read... Anyways, I'm sure I wont read a better one. THIS BOOK IS NOT BORING FOR 1 REASON:there's the life of a young irish girl who boarded on steerage, and then a rich 1rst class girl who's father died and was asked to promise to take care of her sppoiled mother forever. Unfortunately, this young girl will have to give up many things that could help her promising future, or will she...? And for the young irish girl, who loves to sing, and loves her boyfriend, will she go forward in her wanted career, and will she forever adore her beloved Paddy? READ IT AND YOU'LL SEE......
Interesting book about4 survivors from the tragedy of the Titanic. Kathleen,Paddy,Elizabeth and Max This book tells of how they coped for2 yrs.after the sinking. Another great read by author Diane Hoh.