Ice Demon: A Dark Victorian Penny Dread

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A ship of dead with iced men who shatter; The Terror sails into the Port of London during England’s worst winter, bringing insidious ice fog and a hidden killer. Secret Commission agents, Artifice, the artificial ghost, and Jim Dastard, the animated skull, track their murderer to the frozen Thames’ Frost Fair, only for Art to discover a deadlier danger—one involving the women she holds dear. More

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About Elizabeth Watasin

Elizabeth Watasin is the acclaimed author of the Gothic steampunk novel The Dark Victorian: RISEN and the creator/artist of the indie comics series Charm School. She has worked as an animator on thirteen Disney feature films, including Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Princess and the Frog, and has written for Disney Adventures magazine. She lives in Los Angeles with her black cat named Draw.

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Review by: W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh on Dec. 17, 2014 : (no rating)
1880, London. It is the most bitterly cold winter.The day after the SS Terror returns from a scientific expedition in Arctic, the Thames is frozen and a fair is immediately set up on the icy river. All the men from the SS Terror died frozen, except for John Rowden, and his wife saw him fleeing after the boat crashed into the pier. What killed the crew? What did they bring back?
The novella 'Ice Demon' is another supernatural adventure for intrepid agents Art (artificial ghost and quaker), Jim (the animated skull) and Delphia (their human assistant). It is also an opportunity for Art to rekindle her close friendship with the Skycourt sisters, Helia and Helen.
Elizabeth Watasin wrote this new penny dread with her usual enthusiasm, attention for details and colourful style. It is easy to watch the characters move in your mind's eye as they run through the unnatural fog or skate on the frozen Thames. There is a Jules Verne feel underlying the storyline. If made into movies, Elizabeth Watasin's Dark Victorian stories would have the elegance of the 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' with an uplifting light-heartiness.
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)

Review by: W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh on Nov. 21, 2014 :
I loved 'Ice Demon'. It was great to catch up with Art and the Skycourt sisters in this novella. My only complaint: the story was too short! I'll review it properly soon.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)

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