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Watkins Media Limited, Feb 28, 2012 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Hell comes to the high seas as James Cameron's TITANIC crashes full-force into the iceberg that is Bram Stoker's DRACULA. Forbeck sinks his fangs into one helluva horror story, robbing from real history to set up an epic showdown between man and vampire (and between vampire and vampire) on the RMS Carpathia

'CARPATHIA is a dangerous collision of rich historical drama and epic horror. Beautifully written, completely disturbing and highly recommended.' - Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of ASSASSIN'S CODE and DEAD OF NIGHT

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User Review  - jen.e.moore - LibraryThing

I am super disappointed because I really wanted to like this book but it's just not good. The writing is clumsy, the setup is obvious, and it shows no signs of improving as of page 75. I throw up my hands in despair and quit. Read full review

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User Review  - stefferoo - LibraryThing

I was really excited to read this based on the summary (vampires and the sinking of the Titanic!), but it wasn't at all like I expected. Though I loved the idea, I wasn't very impressed with the story ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Matt Forbeck has worked full-time on fiction and games since 1989. Frankly, he is a creative machine, and thus utterly perfect for Angry Robot.
He has written novels, comic books, short stories, non-fiction (including the acclaimed Marvel Encyclopedia), magazine articles and computer game scripts. He has designed collectible card games, roleplaying games, miniatures and board games. His work has been published in at least a dozen different languages.
He lives in Beloit, Wisconsin, USA, with his wife Ann and their children: Marty, and the quadruplets: Pat, Nick, Ken and Helen. (And there's a whole other story.) The author lives in Beloit, WI.

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