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Terror On The Titanic

Author : Jim Wallace
ISBN : 1259009017
Genre : Plot-your-own stories
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Category: Plot-your-own stories

Terror On The Titanic Books

Author : Samit Basu
ISBN : 9788184774603
Genre : Detective and mystery stories, Indic (English)
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About the Book : - The Morningstar Agency is an organisation that has existed across the world for many centuries. Its agents are powerful, charismatic individuals; some more than human, some merely unique. It is rumoured that the Agency President, Mr. Morningstar, is immortal, and has a remarkable degree of influence on our history. Terror on the Titanic, the first case report to be released from the Agency archives, stars agent Nathaniel Brown, a young Anglo-Indian man with many strange talents he can speak to animals, has incredibly sharp senses and the skills of many jungle creatures. He owes these to his training his very famous father was raised by wolves. It's 1912, Brown is on the Titanic, and his mission is to prevent a stolen jewel from reaching America. Simple enough, except that monstrous aliens are also involved. And since this is a Morningstar Agency Adventure, the fate of our world hangs in the balance. About the Author : - Samit Basu is a 30-year-old Indian writer of novels, short stories, comics and screenplays. He has written three fantasy novels, The Simoqin Prophecies, The Manticore's Secret and The Unwaba Revelations. These were the first works of fantasy by an Indian in English and were all bestsellers in India. Apart from the novels, Basu has written several short stories in anthologies for adults and children, and comics, including two series, Devi and The Tall Tales of Vishnu Sharma, and a graphic novel, Untouchable, co-written with Mike Carey (the Felix Castor series, Lucifer, X-Men). He lives and works in New Delhi.
Category: Detective and mystery stories, Indic (English)

Terror On The Titanic

Author : Shannon Gilligan
ISBN : 1741693667
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You have a first-class ticket aboard the most luxurious ocean liner the world has ever seen - the RMS Titanic. You and your friend Jessica are excited to explore the ship, despite the fact that your father's business partners have been giving you the creeps. As the Titanic nears the iceberg-ridden waters of the northern Atlantic Ocean, you have some quick choices to make. Will you be remembered as a hero, or just another victim of one of the sea's most tragic events?

Choose Your Own Adventure Terror On The Titanic 500 Headwords

Author : Marcos Benevides
ISBN : 1259009017
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Choose Your Own Adventure: Terror on the Titanic Terror on the Titanic... You are a passenger on the Titanic. On April 10, 1912, you boarded the world's newest and largest passenger ship in England. Now, a few nights later, you spot a giant iceberg right in the path of the ship. What do you do? Can you change history and be a hero, or will you be just another victim of a terrible disaster? The Choose your Own Adventure series is unique new series consists of 30 titles adapted from the wildly popular Choose Your Own Adventure series, which has sold over 250 million copies worldwide, and spawned an entire genre called 'interactive fiction'. What makes Choose Your Own Adventure different is that you, the reader, are the main character. You make the choices that can lead to a happy conclusion-or perhaps to a terrible fate! Each title is made up of several branching storylines, with up to 30 different endings. As a result, most readers read each book again and again, experiencing a different story each time. Originally targeted at reluctant readers, Choose Your Own Adventure has helped to develop critical thinking, literacy skills, and an interest in reading for a whole generation of English native speakers. Now adapted for English language learners of any age, the Choose Your Own Adventure series is a fun addition to any extensive reading library. Indeed, the stories are so engaging we guarantee that even non-ESL learners will enjoy reading them!

Mainers On The Titanic

Author : Mac Smith
ISBN : 9781608933051
Genre : History
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Meticulously researched, this book reveals the agonizing day-to-day wait of Mainers for news of what really happened on the Titanic, and tells the stories of Maine passengers from their boarding to the sinking and rescue; and, for those who survived, of their coming ashore in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It's a fascinating addition to the Titanic story.
Category: History


Author : Samit Basu
ISBN : 9781781161210
Genre : Fiction
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HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF YOU ACTUALLY GOT WHAT YOU WANTED? AND WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU COULD REALLY CHANGE THE WORLD? Aman Sen is smart, young, ambitious and going nowhere. But then he gets off a plane from London to Delhi and discovers that he has turned into a communications demigod. Indeed, everyone on Aman's flight now has extraordinary abilities Aman wants to heal the planet but with each step he takes, he finds helping some means harming others. will it all end, as eighty years of superhero fiction suggest, in a meaningless, explosive slugfest?
Category: Fiction

Titanic On Trial

Author : Nic Compton
ISBN : 9781408159187
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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On 15 April 2012, it will be 100 years since the Titanic sank. Since that fateful night, stories about the sinking have become legendary - how the band played to the end, how lifeboats were lowered half-empty - but amongst the films, novels and academic arguments, only those who were there can separate truth from fiction. After the sinking, inquiries into the loss of 1,517 lives (out of 2,223 aboard) were held in both the UK and US. The proceedings produced 1,000 pages of transcripts. Some of the testimonies were inevitably less than impartial, but as a whole the transcripts represent the most thorough and complete account of the sinking, told in the voices of those who were there. For the first time these transcripts have been specially edited and arranged chronologically, so that they tell the story of the Titanic's sinking as a narrative, rather than a list of questions and answers in a courtroom. The witnesses are transformed into characters in a much bigger story, and the events are described from different perspectives of people in every part of the ship, from a stoker in the boiler room escaping his section before the watertight doors sealed behind him, to first class passengers trying to buy their way onto lifeboats. Capturing the disbelief, the chaos and the terror of the disaster, this unique book brings to life the tragedy through the voices of those who survived it.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Risk And The War On Terror

Author : Louise Amoore
ISBN : 9781134068357
Genre : Political Science
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This book offers the first comprehensive and critical investigation of the specific modes of risk calculation that are emerging in the so-called War on Terror. Risk and the War on Terror offers an interdisciplinary set of contributions which debate and analyze both the empirical manifestations of risk in the War on Terror and their theoretical implications. From border controls and biometrics to financial targeting and policing practice, the imperative to deploy public and private data in order to ‘connect the dots’ of terrorism risk raises important questions for social scientists and practitioners alike. How are risk technologies redeployed from commercial, environmental and policing domains to the domain of the War on Terror? How can the invocation of risk in the War on Terror be understood conceptually? Do these moves embody transformations from sovereignty to governmentality; from discipline to risk; from geopolitics to biopolitics? What are the implications of such moves for the populations that come to be designated as ‘risky’ or ‘at risk’? Where are the gaps, ambiguities and potential resistances to these practices? In contrast with previous historical moments of risk measurement, governing by risk in the War on Terror has taken on a distinctive orientation to an uncertain future. This book will be of strong interest to students and researchers of international studies, political science, geography, legal studies, criminology and sociology.
Category: Political Science

Witnesses To Terror

Author : L. Howie
ISBN : 9781137271761
Genre : Social Science
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This book argues that it is witnesses who are the targets of terrorism and that the question of whose witnessing counts, and which stories are the most legitimate, is of vital importance for understanding the meanings and consequences of contemporary terrorism.
Category: Social Science