Sinkable

by Daniel Stone
Sinkable
  • ISBN-13: 9780593329375
  • Author(s): Daniel Stone
  • Subject: History
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Group
  • Imprint: Dutton
  • Publication Date: 18-08-2022
  • Format: h/b

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A fascinating tale of history, science, and obsession, uncovering the untold story of the Titanic not as a ship but as a shipwreck. Sinkable takes readers through the two miles of ocean water in which the Titanic sank, showing how the ship broke apart and why, and delves into the odd history of our understanding of such depths. And author Daniel Stone turns inward, looking at his own dark obsession with shipwrecks, and why he spends hours watching ships sink on YouTube. A page-turning work of personal journalism and an entertaining romp through the deep sea and the nature of obsession.
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A fascinating tale of history, science, and obsession, uncovering the untold story of the Titanic not as a ship but as a shipwreck. Sinkable takes readers through the two miles of ocean water in which the Titanic sank, showing how the ship broke apart and why, and delves into the odd history of our understanding of such depths. And author Daniel Stone turns inward, looking at his own dark obsession with shipwrecks, and why he spends hours watching ships sink on YouTube. A page-turning work of personal journalism and an entertaining romp through the deep sea and the nature of obsession.

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