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It is always right to question the unknown The book I read that had significant impact on my life is called Ghost Ship Ghost Ship is a horror story that relate the experience of a group of ship rescuers who discovered a ship lost at sea since 1962 The book awakened me to the possibility that a book could be more than a simple form of entertainment and left me asking fundamental questions about life and the unknown in our Ive never adequately answered for myselfThe book is about the adversity that a group of ship rescuers faced after boarding an Italian ocean liner ship they discovered floating adrift at sea On towing the ship towards to a harbor a series of bizarre occurrences happen and the group becomes trapped inside the ship which they soon learn is inhabited by ghosts The curiosity of the ship rescuers led them to discover how the ship became haunted They realized that on the Italian ocean liner journey from Italy to England the captain of the Italian liner discovered a shipwreck and one surviving passenger The captain also discovered plenty of gold on the ship The captain of the Italian ocean liner decided that he would rescue the surviving passenger and take the gold aboard However this turned out to be a poor decision which caused the life of the passengers The survivor of the shipwreck on boarding the Italian Ocean Liner realized that he would have to share the gold discovered on the ship wreck with the crew So he decided that the only way to keep the gold for himself is to kill everyone aboard the Italian Ocean LinerThe impact this book had on me wasnt major but it was certainty important This book allows me to question the things that happen in our society Such as the greediness crime and cruelty that happens daily Recognizing how our actions affect others is
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