Sunday, October 12, 2014

In a Latitude of Temperance by Ichabod Temperance (The Adventures of Ichabod Temperance, #5)

In a Latitude of Temperance
by Ichabod Temperance

My rating: 4.5 stars

Series: The Adventures of Ichabod Temperance - Book 5
Publication Date: August 14, 2014
Publisher: Ichabod Temperance
ISBN-13: 9781500825553
Genre: Humorous Steampunk
Print Length: 204 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Synopsis:

The adventure prone Ichabod Temperance and his capable cohort Persephone Plumtartt are again hurtled into baffling mystery and hair raising intrigue. A dangerous mission exposes an unspeakable danger to the safety of the entire world. Assisting our brave protagonists is an amazing cast of extraordinary and charming individuals. Thrilling action in this humourous ride to once again save our imperiled planet from certain destruction carries Ichabod and Co. to uncharted waters of surprise and terror.

My Review
In a Latitude of Temperance by Ichabod Temperance

I’m in awe of Ichabod and Miss Persephone. This time, their adventure is more than a little chilling when they must stop thirsty blood suckers from tipping the scales of Earth’s balance to create a darker than night habitat from the bottom of the world. Have Ichabod and Miss Persephone stumbled upon unnatural beings? Is it possible that Vampires do exist? What does a talking penguin have to do with all of this? Have some of the world’s greatest minds been bespelled to create a world of eternal night? Find out with In a Latitude of Temperance.

In the blistering heat and unbearable humidity of Amazonia, Ichabod and Persephone, along with Mr. Cogito find themselves in peril, okay, Ichabod is in peril, Mr. Cogito and Miss Persephone use teamwork to rescue our little hero. So how do they end up in the frigid temperatures at the bottom of the Earth? Someone has to save the world.

Ichabod Temperance weaves a tale of many dangers, filled with tongue-in-cheek characters who will keep you either rolling your eyes or laughing out loud at his artistic talents. This time, our wordsmith adds sounds, lots of sounds, over and over sounds, which if read quickly out loud would make for great tongue twisters. His characters are again, over-the-top quirky, but endearing in an unusual way. There is also an unknown truth revealed about vampires, which I found to be shocking! A very strong (and loud)4.5 Stars!

Another steampunk adventure that you didn’t see coming!

I received this copy from Ichabod Temperance in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for reading 'Latitude', Dianne!
    I am glad you liked it!
    Happy Reading everybody!
    Your pal,~Icky.

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