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Ice Demon: A Dark Victorian Penny Dread (The Dark Victorian Penny Dreads Book 1) Kindle Edition
About the Author
- ASIN : B00OT0P53Y
- Publisher : A-Girl Studio (October 22, 2014)
- Publication date : October 22, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 710 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 104 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #496,603 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is a novella that takes place after the events in "The Dark Victorian: Bones" and, per usual, Watasin manages to pack a lot into a short narrative.
I stand by that this isn't really a standalone...It's a self-contained story but people would get a lot more out of it with a lot less confusion if they read the other two "Dark Victorian" books first. All are worth the read.
1) Dark Victorian: Risen
2) Dark Victorian: Bones
3) Ice Demon
Like Watasin's other books starring Artifice and Jim Dastard, this is a Victorian paranormal mystery crime caper with a bit of steam punk. There's a splash of romance displayed in her intimate moments with her love interests and there's a smattering of humor and horror, as well.
Always fun to read.
This is another great book in the Dark Victorian series. How this author can hold so much in her imagination is beyond me and I'm glad she's able to put it to paper for us all to enjoy.
In this story, we see Art, Jim and Delphia take on a new paranormal creature that's wreaking havoc on London. I was delighted to see that Helia and Helene Skycourt make a strong appearance in this story and we see a little more development in Art's relationship with them.
I would definitely recommend reading the first two books in the series before this one so you understand the history behind the characters. This is a self-contained little book but a reader picking this up without reading the other ones might scratch their heads in a few places, not knowing what is being referred to.
This is a wonderful extension of the series. An excellent read. Recommend!
Also, I have little patience for a main character that decides a frozen ship with lashings of corpses and a mysterious entity that is still around to murder and cause general mayhem is a *perfect* place for a little heavy petting with a forbidden lover. She may be a ghost but the lover isn't. Abandoned book shortly after that nonsense, never to return. (Shakes cane at kids on lawn)
I would advise that this should be read after the earlier tales of Artifice (Risen and Bones), otherwise the relationships between the characters might be confusing. It is a shorter read than those two novels, and set several months after. The first novels were set in a short time frame in rapid succession. The events in this story come after a few months gap, so there's been some time for those relationships to develop behind the scenes.