‘She was the largest craft afloat and the greatest of the works of men. In her construction and maintenance were involved every science, profession and trade known to civilisation…unsinkable, indestructible, she carried as few boats as would satisfy the laws.’  So wrote Morgan Robertson in 1898 in this extraordinarily intense novel. The great luxurious steam-and-sail ship Titian collides with an ice-berg…A book which is a compelling read in its own right and has been an enigma ever since the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. The question remains: was it a strange series of coincidences or was something altogether more mysterious at work?