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Sitting down to read Salt to the Sea, I felt myself beginning to worry. I knew the book was being very well received, but my relationship with this particular period in history has always been rocky. After so many years studying the Second World War at school, what could it possibly offer me that I didn’t already know? Now I know the answer: a well-researched and much more moving account of a harrowing maritime disaster than I ever thought possible. Continue reading