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Publisher's Summary

Why did Titanic sink as quickly as it did? Two of the greatest wreck divers in the world, the heroes of Shadow Divers, solve the mystery of history's greatest wreck. Titanic's Last Secrets peers into the lives of scientists, financiers, adventurers, and industrialists to bring listeners a thrilling and revelatory work of history and contemporary adventure.
©2008 Hachette Audio (P)2008 Brad Matsen
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Critic Reviews

"In this expertly written account, Matsen...does what would seem impossible: he tells us something new about the Titanic disaster." ( Publishers Weekly)
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3 out of 5 stars
By Jonas on 10-17-08

Not much diving but interesting story

I got this book the second I saw the names of the Shadow divers in the description. As a diver I really enjoyed Shadow divers and was expecting a similar book in this one. I was pretty dissapointed when I realized this wasn't what the book was about. However, once I got over that Chatterton and Kohler dissapeared after the first hour I found it pretty interesting. Titanics myth and what really happened that cold night almost a hundred years ago, and what led up to it, was a good listen. Fortunately the divers return in the last hour and I got some diving stories after all! As long as you buy this expecting a good history lesson about Titanic and not a diving book you should be ok!

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Daniel on 01-08-09

Loved It

I was almost afraid of listening to this book.

I didn't want to be disappointed after listening to "Shadow Divers", which is another Chatterton, Kohler story, which is one of my all time favorite audiobooks.

I was pleasantly surprised. The book intertwines the story of the Titanic from plans to sinking along with the current day story of diving to explore its mysteries.

The reader is the only detraction in this audiobook. He reads it like a "B" Actor in a bad movie (and a poor B-actor at that). This wasn't enough; however, to downgrade the rating.

A definitive recommendation!

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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2 out of 5 stars
By Martin on 06-21-17

short on adventure

spends most of the time on retelling the events around titanic. Hard to accurately differentiate between facts and speculation on the authors part

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