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  • Dressed to Kill: A Monster Seamstress LitRPG

  • Dressed to Kill, Book 1
  • By: Crown Fall
  • Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau
  • Length: 10 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Dressed to Kill: A Monster Seamstress LitRPG

By: Crown Fall
Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau
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To save her town from decaying into oblivion, a young seamstress embarks on a quest that weaves together magic, mystery, and monsters.

In an impoverished border town with a population dwindling as fast as hope, Gwen Tailor aims to change things. She is a daughter of the Seamstress class, drawing on the bloodline skills of her mother, who stitches with a speed that veers into the realm of magic. An awesome feat. But armed with a giant piercing needle, Gwen is more than a seamstress. To save her people from extinction and create a pattern all her own for survival, she must be a monster slayer.

In the core of the town is the dungeon, a deep-pitted breeding ground for all the local despair and decline. Gwen is going where the monsters dwell. For every new kill, each creature's pelt, shell, and exoskeleton will become not only protective armor but a source of escalating power. With the help of her friends—Sandy, a cleaver-wielding butcher's daughter, and Gerald, a young blacksmith with near-wizardly talents for forging enchanted weapons—Gwen has a team to be reckoned with. Monsters, beware.

Would that it were so simple. Descending into each cavernous new level, Gwen will make a harrowing discovery about the true roots of her town's decay. And they are more overwhelming and far-reaching than she ever could have imagined . . .

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This book had my headphones stitched to my head!!!

I love this book, found it witty and fun. I’m really excited to listen to the next book! Would recommend if you like the idea of a heroine fighting against the box they are placed within and winning!!!

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A fun story

A well written story with excellent voice acting. It’s not too heavy on reading out stat sheets and the characters are likable.

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Could not put it down

absolutely wonderful. the story is engageing and enjoyable.

The greater world building is vague but it really focuses on solidifying how the dungeon system works and setting up the characters for further adventure. This works well with the story.

The book is more story focused than stat focused.

It is an isekai but sadly that felt like it is only used as a crutch to help the author explain away the "weird" sayings the MC occasionally uses and how she knows what a bus is for size references. (i hope this is just here for setup in later books)

one thing that is unrelated to this book however is the cover art and that really annoyed me. I spent the whole book thinking there would be a cool griffin fight and she would actually get armour but alas, no griffin fight.

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Sub-par

Alright plot idea, but the writing just kinda jumps between scenes with little exposition. This is ignorable but the narration is also not very good, the narrator just reads without any flow, making it even harder to differentiate between scenes and dialogue, and the 'system' voice is both much louder and more grating than the normal narration, which makes it unpleasant every time it appears (which is often)

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