By Scott Whitmore
Notice: Set within the comparable trade heritage universe, the tales within the Carpathia Timeline stand on my own, even if a few characters seem in either books.
Romania, 1882: After spending years attempting to find and wreck Prince Radu Zeklos, the vampire that killed his fiancé, Daniel Jameson reveals an answer to his challenge while the King of Romania comes to a decision to host a world race of “self-propelled floor machines” in the course of the Carpathian Mountains.
Four international locations — Germany, England, France and the USA — are set to participate within the race, and Jameson unearths allies in significant William “Stump” O’Brien, the yank team’s army liaison, and Olivia Lowenby, the daughter of the guy liable for development the English motor vehicle and a girl who additionally wants revenge opposed to the vampire for the demise of her brother.
Initially against the race simply because if profitable it is going to wreck the “traditional means of life” for Romania’s vampires and werewolves, Prince Zeklos has replaced his brain. He too seizes the competition as a chance to accomplish whatever he has spent years dreaming of: the production of a brand new kingdom of the undead, Carpathia.
With airships combating within the skies and people scuffling with undead creatures at the floor, “Carpathia” is stuffed with motion and plot twists as Jameson and Zeklos maneuver to accomplish their very diversified objectives.
This variation includes Bonus good points together with enjoyable evidence and pattern chapters from "The Devil's Harvest," the second one e-book within the Carpathia Timeline.