By Suzanne Weyn
A fairly good length
Was it an accident? Or rather... destiny?
One day, Mimi and Blythe get the chance of a lifetime - being able to board the most luxurious ship in the world, the Titanic! But when their mother senses danger from the restless spirits soon after the girls departed to board the ship, she insists that the family immediately gets them off. Soon enough, as Jane, Amelie, and Emma search for their sisters, the ship sets sail and the girls are trapped there. All of them soon forget their mission and are swept up in the excitement. Will this voyage become a dream come true? Or their worst nightmare?
Who's eyes are we looking through?
Life lessons learned from this novel
I can relate this theme to my life as well. I'm one of those students that shoots for the best grade possible on everything. But I often get stressed about tests and quizzes, as well as an overload of projects. But I always tell myself, "Calm down. You're capable of doing this, you've done it before!" After convincing myself I can handle it, I focus, I work hard, and I believe my instincts, and I eventually end up being successful.
New York City
Jane is writing a newspaper article about a man she met once: Nikola Tesla. She knows that the newspaper articles she usually sees don't always tell the truth, so she goes to New York City to talk to him personally.
She doesn't know exactly where to find him, but she'd heard rumors that he was in an extremely lavish hotel. She waits in that hotel with her sister, Mimi, to accompany her and keep watch if Tesla walked by.
Jane follows a young man who -or so she overheard- works for Tesla. After asking him about Tesla, he said that she could come back in an hour. She does, and he leads her to Tesla's suite. She soon gets quite attached to the boy who she soon learns is named Thad. But who know's if she'll ever see him again once she leaves New York?