iUniverse would like to announce the release of Titanic: Relative Fate by V.C. King.
iUniverse Recognizes Author's Successful Suspense-Thriller 'Titanic: Relative Fate' Continues to Gain International Attention for its Well-Conceived Plot
BLOOMINGTON, IN - Author V. C. King's epic novel, Titanic: Relative Fate, recently received iUniverse's prestigious Star Nomination after seeing continual editorial and bookselling success.
Published earlier this fall, Titanic: Relative Fate has gained international appeal by its intriguing and well-researched plot line fabricated from the legendary Titanic ship. King's novel introduces Titan’s Sister, the sister of the doomed Titanic. Built as a modernized replica of the legendary vessel, Titan’s Sister is a wonder to behold. Yet shipbuilder Abram Harwood begins to question whether there is more than just a physical resemblance between the two ships.
Detective Melika Jones joins the ship’s virgin voyage to investigate the strange accidents surrounding Titan’s Sister. Yet, instead of solving the mystery, Jones and Harwood are faced with a new nightmare once Titan’s Sister is finally at sea, and they begin to wonder if she awaits the same fate as the Titanic.
After receiving iUniverse's Publisher's and Editor's Choice designations, which acknowledge editorial and design quality, Titanic: Relative Fate continued to show best-seller potential. King's well-researched and thrilling plot has gained much positive attention, especially by major Titanic societies world-wide as well as Titanic's last survivor, Millvina Dean.
Allison Murphy, editor of CQD, the Belfast Titanic Society Magazine, states, “Titanic: Relative Fate is set brilliantly in context. I could feel the original Titanic in every page, the atmosphere of the present and the past woven together with great skill. Titanic:
ForeWord Clarion Reviews also has high praise for King. “Her knowledge of ships, and the Titanic in particular, is impressive, as is her flair for creating a literary atmosphere capable of drawing the reader into both her story and the underlying tragedy of the Titanic. The novel is thought-provoking and engrossing, with a stirring poignancy drawn from a tragedy of our past.”
By receiving the Star Nomination, King’s book has demonstrated high editorial quality and commercial success and will receive further investment by iUniverse to gain higher exposure and greater recognition for the author.
About the Author
V.C. King is an engineer-turned-
Titanic: Relative Fate
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