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Author: Monica O'Hara Keeton
ISBN: 0907768865
Pages: 184 pages
Publisher: Pharoah Pr; 1st Ed. edition (October 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Transportation
Size ePUB: 1118 kb
Size Fb2: 1490 kb
Size DJVU: 1601 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 434
Format: mbr rtf lit lrf
Subcategory: Engineering

e-Book I Died on the Titanic epub download

by Monica O'Hara Keeton



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Monica O'Hara Keeton is to be praised for a courageous, and wonderfully written book. Like her, I have memories of that grand "Lady," Titanic myself, but from a different perspective. It left me hanging on every word.

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I Died on the titanic. Thread starter Iain Stuart Yardley. Start date Apr 4, 2002. I thought I Died on the Titanic quite entertaining, with O'Hara-Keeton chasing whispy clues across the countryside as she becomes increasingly disenchanted with Lucy Latimer's personality. It's a rattling good yarn, and there's the rub: it is a yarn . I just checked out a book by a William Barnes in which the author claims to have written from past life regression about the life and death of Thomas Andrews.

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It's weird subject - the author genuinely believes she is the reincarnation of someone who died in the Titanic disaster. But the way she explains why she believes that and investigated it, and describes incidents in her life which she believes are persuasive. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. Best-selling in Non Fiction. See all. Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Best-selling in Non Fiction.

Monica O'Hara-Keeton was taught graphology by her late father, a GP, police surgeon and forensic graphologist. She was also health/medical correspondent on the Liverpool Echo for more than ten years. Former agony aunt for a national glossy magazine, she found graphology invaluable for probing deep down to the root of her readers' problems. She was also health/medical correspondent on the Liverpool Echo for more than ten years

Book by Keeton, Monica O'Hara.

Book by Keeton, Monica O'Hara.

Still one of the worst peacetime disasters at sea, the sinking of the RMS Titanic on her maiden voyage in the . Deaths were expected, and aside from hundreds of injuries, at least a handful of people died during the construction process, in the shipyard and before the launch

Still one of the worst peacetime disasters at sea, the sinking of the RMS Titanic on her maiden voyage in the early hours of April 15, 1912 claimed the lives of over 1,500 people. Notoriously, it was the lower Third Class passengers that suffered the most losses – around two-thirds of them perished – and the unsinkable liner certainly went to sea with too few lifeboats. Deaths were expected, and aside from hundreds of injuries, at least a handful of people died during the construction process, in the shipyard and before the launch. These men – their names not easy to find – were arguably the first deaths on the Titanic.

Book by Keeton, Monica O'Hara
Renthadral
It was most interesting when the personality of "Lucie" made her appearance. I do think the author should have waited until she found out if "Lucie" was Mary Lennon or what. With such a fibber or dreamer as Lucie was, we don't know for sure. Monica leaves the reader in suspension at the end of the book. Also, she mentions she would tell more about her husband but said little other that he was her hypnotist. I was left wondering in many instances. Perhaps a second book would help clarify many things. Perhaps what are the parallels between Lucie and Monica. It is likely that Lucie did die on the Titanic but how can we prove it or disprove it?
Morlunn
As a TITANIC enthusiast and a willing believer in Reincarnation, I was excited to read something different about the TITANIC story. This was an unfortunate disappointment from the time the book arrived...very flimsy binding, cheaply made and fell apart through the course of my reading it. Would have made a better magazine article.
X-MEN
I was very excited to read this book, but somewhat disappointed. To me,the story was choppy and the author seemed to jump back and forth in time. There was little continuity which left me confused and having to read and re-read sections of the book.
Blackredeemer
When I first started to read this book I was rather sceptical about what Monica O'hara-Keeton was claiming. I kept an open mind and by the end of part one I was totally hooked. So much so that I didn't put it down until I had finished it. Mrs O'hara-Keeton does have a very convincing tale to tell and after reading her story, I fully believe everything she has written. It isn't so much what she has written, but more the fact that she can back up with evidence what she is saying. Over all, a very good read. One that I would read time and time again.
Jothris
I can speak from the perspective of one who has been through past-life regression as well. Monica O'Hara Keeton is to be praised for a courageous, and wonderfully written book.
Like her, I have memories of that grand "Lady," Titanic myself, but from a different perspective.
In addition to a well-documented account, "I Died on the Titanic" is excellently written. It left me hanging on every word.
My congratulations!
Anyshoun
If you believe in reincarnation, you won't at the end of this book. Completely unbelievable. Reads like a poorly written outline for a bad movie.