Friday, April 27, 2012

THE LIFEBOAT: A REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY

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THE LIFEBOAT
BY CHARLOTTE ROGAN
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Grace Winter, 22, is both a newlywed and a widow. She is also on trial for her life.

In the summer of 1914, the elegant ocean liner carrying her and her husband Henry across the Atlantic suffers a mysterious explosion. Setting aside his own safety, Henry secures Grace a place in a lifeboat, which the survivors quickly realize is over capacity. For any to live, some must die.

As the castaways battle the elements, and each other, Grace recollects the unorthodox way she and Henry met, and the new life of privilege she thought she'd found. Will she pay any price to keep it?

The Lifeboat is a page-turning novel of hard choices and survival, narrated by a woman as unforgettable and complex as the events she describes.

PRAISE FOR THE LIFEBOAT:
“…with echoes of Joseph Conrad, Lord of the Flies and the Ancient Mariner. Rogan has waited until her fifties to publish her first novel and the wait has paid off. It is that rare thing — a book that is as compelling as it is profound.” --THE SUNDAY TIMES

“a dark, brutal novel” that is also “vividly exciting, beautifully paced and surprisingly funny.”--Justine Jordan, THE GUARDIAN

“Perhaps only fiction can tackle the moral dilemmas braided into the survivor’s tale. A compelling and disquieting first novel, The Lifeboat, by Charlotte Rogan (Virago), addresses this question with a rich, enthralling subtlety.” --Robert McCrum, THE OBSERVER

AN EXCERPT FROM THE LIFEBOAT:
We passed jagged splinters of wood and half-submerged barrels and snakelike lengths of twisted rope. I recognized a deck chair and a straw hat and what looked like a child’s doll floating together, bleak reminders of the pretty weather we had experienced only that morning and of the holiday mood that had pervaded the ship. When we came upon three smaller casks bobbing in a group, Mr. Hardie shouted “Aha!” and directed the men to take two of them on board, then stored them underneath the triangular seat formed by the pointed aft end of the boat. He assured us they contained fresh water and that once we had been saved from the vortex created by the foundering ship, we might need to be saved from thirst and starvation; but I could not think that far ahead. To my mind, the railing of our little vessel was already perilously close to the surface of the water, and I could only believe that to stop for anything at all would decrease our chances of reaching that critical distance from the sinking ship.

There were bodies floating in the water, too, and living people clung to the wreckage—I saw another mother and child, the white-faced child holding out its hands toward me and screaming. To finish reading this excerpt, visit Charlotte Rogan's website HERE.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Charlotte Rogan graduated from Princeton University in 1975. She worked at various jobs, mostly in the fields of architecture and engineering, before teaching herself to write and staying home to bring up triplets. An old criminal law text and her childhood experiences among a family of sailors provided inspiration for The Lifeboat, her first novel. After many years in Dallas and a year in Johannesburg, she and her husband now live in Westport, Connecticut.
MY THOUGHTS/REVIEW:
THE LIFEBOAT by Charlotte Rogan would not be my typical choice in a book to read but when I read the premise of passengers in lifeboats and how they survive, it caught my attention. I thought it would be an interesting character study and indeed that is what Rogan did with it.

The book begins in New York with Grace Winter and two other women passengers from the lifeboat. They were all charged with murder and while Grace pleads not guilty, the other two women plead self-defense. With Grace’s lawyer instructing her to write down all that she remembers before she must stand trial, the story then is told as if taken daily from Grace’s journal and written from her point of view.

1914 finds Grace, newly married to Henry, a wealthy American, aboard the Empress Alexandra that catches fire while out to sea and sinks.  Obviously Grace survives as she is telling the story but what really happens to everyone else and while on the lifeboat is VERY slowly revealed through Grace‘s narrative. Charlotte Rogan did a fine job creating the setting of the story through the use of mental images that you can easily envision.

How the story ends was interesting as were the characters. However, I thought things slowed down a bit in the middle and lacked sufficient action to keep a reader totally involved. Luckily, the characters are interesting enough that it kept me reading because it then picked up speed once more. I did find it frustrating that certain obvious things that are hinted at are never revealed. I think more about Grace and Henry’s love prior to the accident might have helped me to care more about what happened to Henry. Overall, I was satisfied with THE LIFEBOAT but it didn’t motivate me to want to plan any kind of voyage too soon for more than one reason. 

GIVEAWAY

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I would really like to read why they would be charged with murder.
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I'm not entering the giveaway, because I have read it, but wanted to leave a comment regarding your review. I hope that just posting a comment will interfere in the giveaway.

I totally agree with you about this book. Our reviews sound almost alike, same thoughts and why. Great review and post.

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The Lifeboat is current with national interest; April 15 was the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic.

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This book sounds fascinating to me! I really want to know what happened on that boat...why would the women be charged with murder after a sinking? Thanks for the chance to win a copy!
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I went to the author's website and really enjoyed looking at her bookshelf...she has some really great books on the list and I am intrigued to give a few I hadn't heard of a look-see!
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I am interested in this book because it bears some similarities with other sea-faring tales.

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I want to see how Grace ends up on trial for her life.
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I want to know what happened to the others and why the murder charge.

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Amy said...

The premise of this book, specifically the shipwreck and Grace being charged with murder got my attention and I wanted to know more. What did she do, what happened to the ship etc. And then this bit of review:
“a dark, brutal novel” that is also “vividly exciting, beautifully paced and surprisingly funny.”--Justine Jordan, THE GUARDIAN makes this sound like a riveting book I want to read!

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Charlotte Rogan's website opens with a wonderful, page-size image of the book's cover. Additionally the "News and Events" page has some wonderful reviews and also includes, at the bottom, a great list of 'images and downloads' related to the book.

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With the Titanic story still in my mind I would love to read The Life Boat and see how this story evolves.

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Looing at the drawing of the life boat and measurements, I don't see how it held 39 people without sinking.

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