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Traveling the Dungeon

Dungeon Travels, Book 2
Narrated by: Doug Tisdale Jr.
Series: Dungeon Travels, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 25 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Dale wanted to do more than survive as a dungeon core. His experience with the gods made it clear that with power, he could do as he pleased, and without it, he was simply a toy of the powerful. Unfortunately, it isn't just the gods who have plans for the Traveling Dungeon. 

Follow Dale as he tries to create his own little world, study magic, enchant devices, and create challenges for the gods and an (Arch-Mage). All while trying to keep Miss Blue-Box happy. 

From The Spire of the West to the Orcs of the South, to a discovery that will rock the world, Dale can't help but shove his stone where it doesn't belong.

©2020 Alston Sleet (P)2020 Alston Sleet

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Single handedly most frustrating ending ever.

I can't even put into proper words of how abrupt ans unsatisfying this ending is. Excellent story tho.

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  • Stephen
  • 14-04-2020

So good but fuck that cliffhanger

Well put together well written and A fun ride not a fan of that cliffhanger at the end but on the bright side I can’t wait for the next buck

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  • Joseph
  • 30-04-2020

just not for me

I couldn't finish this one. Somehow the protagonist is even more annoying than the first book. Combine that with the overall story feeling directionless and the tumor l humour not landing with me... yeah, just not for me. Be prepared, a large majority of the book is the protagonist describing, in excruciating detail, the faux science behind his magic and constantly correcting himself. While probably an accurate representation of some of what would go through the mind, it's exceedingly dull. Like reading through someone's working-out on their math exam.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 28-04-2020

The sheer amount of info dumps is staggering.

also the authors predilection to use certain phrases is annoying, yet not annoying, more that I'm annoyed at being annoyed. (that's the thing I'm talking about) Rambling tangents about how things work are spoon fed with lots of detail. The reason why scifi just slaps some science words together and glosses over the fine details of precisely how a warp drive works is because it's boring af, please follow this example instead of giving me half baked dimensional minutiae. Performance was great, but the overall book could do with a proper editor to tighten the story up. Finally, cliffhangers suck.

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  • David Garcia
  • 12-04-2020

nonstop funny

the authoring makes the MC seem real by bringing out all the quirks and making one one to see how quirky the character can become. there is not overarching antagonist other than the MC himself.

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  • Eve Luck
  • 10-10-2020

I fucking hate it

This son of a bitch right amazing books That are humorous and fun and playful and I love and then he ends the shit with a cliffhanger that just makes you scream from your soul nooooooooooooo!!!! The book was great the cliffhanger sucks ass

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-10-2020

Wall to wall fun

I'm very biased to Dungeon Core books. I loved this book! It's not the best Dungeon Core book but I never felt more satisfied with the pace and Dungeon Core thought process than any other Dungeon Core book I've read. I also like that most chapters are the Core and not split in half.

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  • GrimReaperD13
  • 03-09-2020

Good story, but chaotic

I enjoy the first book and this book, but there is a weird blend of filler and world building. There are chapters that just build sections of the world and explain the inhabitants. It doesn't feel like there really is a main plot going on until the last couple of chapters and we are left with a cliffhanger. Normally this wouldn't be a issue, but the build up to it was subtle for the wrong reason. Simply, I didn't care. It wasn't bad or anything like that. I wasn't giving it much thought, because it was clear that the issue was going to be brought back to our attention. It feels chaotic, maybe it's because of stories happening in the background without us being aware they exist.

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  • Christopher
  • 28-05-2020

Narrator

I was enjoying the Narrator's performance, until it came to chapter 20 or 21. For one of these chapters the book changes into someone else's perspective. However the reader just keeps reading in the same voice which was very confusing. I also don't understand why the write switch perspectives in the first place.

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  • DJ
  • 14-05-2020

Interesting especially with that ending

I'm incredibly annoyed at that ending. But it makes me excited for the next book in the series. I've been enjoying this series since it first came out and I must say that this book simply added to my enjoyment. The narrator is consistent if a little bland in his acting. But overall he's clear and easy to understand and his acting is smooth. Overall I recommend this series and it's narrator.

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  • O-C
  • 11-05-2020

Good Continuation and Great Story

This book picks up right where the first one left off, and has all the wonderful things the first one had. Many books that involve non-human/non-standard character settings tend to get lost in standard human drama style plot, but this author manages to keep the unique parts of his story alive and thriving! If you liked the first book, you'll love this sequel!