rating 5.0 stars
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by Al Steiner

Published: 2021-02-21. 303,479 Words.

Categories: Fiction » Literature

Format: EPUB

Content Rating: Older than 17

Book number four in the long running narrative of the members of the 1980s rock band Intemperance, their friends, family members, and acquaintances. It is now the mid-1990s. Jake Kingsley and Matt Tisdale are in their mid-thirties and truly enjoying the fruits of their success, despite the fact that Intemperance has been broken up for several years now. Their lives, though still separate, seem to be in order. But is that order nothing more than an illusion?

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Better next time.

Reviewed it on March 30, 2023

Slow in places


Good read

Reviewed it on March 12, 2023

great writer. Great story.


I love your stories

Reviewed it on February 26, 2023

Great book! I can't wait for the next one!


Well researched and well written

Reviewed it on February 20, 2023

I lived in Southern California during the same period and love the descriptions of the area.The band and music developement activies are well written. I can't wait for volume 5!



Reviewed it on February 9, 2023



Loved it

Reviewed it on February 6, 2023

Can't wait for the next installment


Very good. As usual!

Reviewed it on February 1, 2023



Couldn't stop reading

Reviewed it on February 1, 2023

Another excellent book in the series, I can't wait for the next one!
The story keenly keeps the reader's interest with lots of twists and turns. The next book should really rev up with the upcoming Tsunami music festival. It's sure to be thoroughly entertaining.


It just gets better

Reviewed it on January 31, 2023

Another great instalment in the series

Great Story As Usual

Reviewed it on January 26, 2023

Al Steiner is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Intemperance IV is a great addition to the series.


Love it

Reviewed it on January 24, 2023

Look forward to the continuation


Really Soild Read

Reviewed it on April 5, 2023

I'm liking the flow and shift from book to book. Some instances were predictable but that doesn't mean they weren't enjoyable. I'm excited to see where the story takes us in the next book!