This book about the sinking of the Lusitania is my least favorite Larson of the three I‘ve recently read. It didn‘t have the superb tension of Isaac‘s Storm nor the sheer evil of his book on Nazi Germany. Still, he is a narrative nonfiction champ and it is very good. I enjoyed being in the head of the German U-boat commander who sunk it. Captain Turner of the Lusitania was a great tragic figure. It‘s the details that make his writing shine.