Growing up I was exposed to different events commemorating the Titanic's maiden voyage and the tragedy of her demise. It was a subject of extreme fascination for my parents. I simply tagged along. Of course, I found most of the story to be fascinating but wasn't interested in knowing more than the names of the famous passengers at that time. Now that I'm older I can better appreciate what I've learned and what I have yet to learn. A coworker loaned me this book. It's an easy read and enjoyable if you aren't familiar with the lives of the passengers. Before reading about the 13 honeymooners there is an introduction providing a brief overview about the Titanic. The honeymoon couples are divided into individual chapters. Preceding each couple's story there is a picture of the couple, a deck map highlighting the suite that the couple resided in, and sometimes pictures of items recovered from the Titanic's wreckage with a description. Peppered throughout the book there are photographs, illustrations, and tidbits of information that usually relates to what you're reading in the paragraph on the same page. I will agree with one reviewer about the book reading like it's a Wikipedia article. However, I wouldn't say that it lacked emotion. I found the decisions and actions of the individuals to arouse a great deal of emotion for me. From joy, sorrow, pity, anger, and admiration. I'm sure there are other books written about the passengers aboard the Titanic that might provide a more in depth detail of their lives. But if you aren't familiar with the passengers this book will most certainly wet your appetite.