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Well writtenThis was a good well written book I like that there weren t levels or numbers determining strength or if the dungeon had enough mana to do something I am confused on why the antagonist was so fanatical about this specific dungeon I know there was a reason but I don t understand why he would lose his mind over this dungeon but when he was chased off from other dungeons he just moved on Seems like for his purposes any dungeon would do but he was dead set on this dungeon I guess wh Well writtenThis was a good well written book I like that there weren t levels or numbers determining strength or if the dungeon had enough mana to do something I am confused on why the antagonist was so fanatical about this specific dungeon I know there was a reason but I don t understand why he would lose his mind over this dungeon but when he was chased off from other dungeons he just moved on Seems like for his purposes any dungeon would do but he was dead set on this dungeon I guess what it really comes down to its I just didn t understand the motivations of any of the villians other than they were just evil But other than that great book I also didn t notice any grammatical out spelling errors This one s a 4.5 for me Well written and paced it s not a particularly original idea but well executed.The book seems to take a very dim view of wizards, as most are evil and power hungry, the exceptions really standing out I liked the approach to populating the dungeon the handling of that was one of the stronger andoriginal parts of the book for me.No stats or anything so not gamelit, but that s never my favourite part of those books anyway so theorganic route to beingpowe This one s a 4.5 for me Well written and paced it s not a particularly original idea but well executed.The book seems to take a very dim view of wizards, as most are evil and power hungry, the exceptions really standing out I liked the approach to populating the dungeon the handling of that was one of the stronger andoriginal parts of the book for me.No stats or anything so not gamelit, but that s never my favourite part of those books anyway so theorganic route to beingpowerful seems realistic within the fantasy setting The dungeon spirit is a pleasant person, a nice change from so many angsty incompetent MCs thrust into this sort of situation Enough suspense to make it interesting and a good climax which leaves the opening for the next book but without a cliffhanger Can t wait for a sequel.It s books like this that make me wanna become a writer.Great story, some growth in the characters, good world, and a wonderful ending that leaves the book open for sequels.What will happen to our hero next, will other kingdoms fight over her to try and control her, will she take aactive role in the nearby town, will otheragressive dungeons attack her Only the next book will tell Here s hoping for a sequel If not I may just have to write my own story. AwesomeThis was just a treat to read A solid story with likeable characters, clear good guys and bad guys Some nice plot progression and a nifty concept 5 5 It was a humble mountain village With each generation of the children from the village left than decided to stay One day a man who had left than a decade before returned He was accompanied by a strange woman with pointed ears and their daughter The family quietly worked to establish a new farm as they became part of the small community However, they came with a secret that would bring disaster to the village and create something the lands had never seen before The only question is, will the simple love of this family hold true and win out over the approaching tragedy Interesting storyGreat story and characters I read this book after the second book, as I didn t realize it was a series until after I started reading this book I think either order is fine, but it might make better sense for people to read this story first it is a good standalone story in its own right and is also the backstory for the next book.Note this story does not go into statistics, as LitRPG stories tend to do, so it is quite accessible as a fantasy dungeon core story for those not Interesting storyGreat story and characters I read this book after the second book, as I didn t realize it was a series until after I started reading this book I think either order is fine, but it might make better sense for people to read this story first it is a good standalone story in its own right and is also the backstory for the next book.Note this story does not go into statistics, as LitRPG stories tend to do, so it is quite accessible as a fantasy dungeon core story for those not as interested in stats I do like seeing some stats, and enjoy many similar stories dungeons and station cores, etc But, sometimes I find the stats can distract from the story if there are two many and I did not miss them in this book Especially as this story has muchto it than just the dungeon building and growng stronger Looking forward toin this series Not just another dungeon book.Kindle Unlimited Thank you.Dungeon cores and souls has become a full fledged genre so of course there are tropes and basic elements But there s also a lot of variety possible within these slice of life narratives.I really enjoyed this story It s just different enough from the others I ve read in this genre Home really is where the heart is And this story has lots of heart especially the last chapter Loved that the ending is a grand finale that leaves you f Not just another dungeon book.Kindle Unlimited Thank you.Dungeon cores and souls has become a full fledged genre so of course there are tropes and basic elements But there s also a lot of variety possible within these slice of life narratives.I really enjoyed this story It s just different enough from the others I ve read in this genre Home really is where the heart is And this story has lots of heart especially the last chapter Loved that the ending is a grand finale that leaves you feeling good and not some angsty cliffhanger That s worth a 5th star Good story but confusing readIt was a really good story but I got lost reading it numerous times.Pros world development, backstory, had a good plot, and good pacing.Cons has viewpoint shifts with no indication, conversations were sometimes difficult to follow if 3 orcharacters were speaking.The only reason this is 3 stars and not 4 was the failure of any way of marking sub chapters A simple set of dotted lines to separate would easily make this a much better book. Fun Dungeon Delving RompI always love these alternate perspective stories where issued of the adventure conniving deep into something dungeon you are told the story from the POV of the dungeon itself It is hardly original but Joyal moves things at a fast clip, has a unique twist, and is a competent enough writer that this is a fun and entertaining read all the way through A cut above many similar stories in the gene. Average dungeon core bookAll dialogue in this book You don t know how dungeons work Of course I know how they work I reread this book because I remembered it being better than it actually was All characters spend their time discussing the same things over and over It made some parts incredibly boring.All in all, I guess it was okay, although most people in this book were incredibly dim. A Living Dungeon


About the Author: Allan Joyal

Allan is one of those people who drifted through early life and then found himself caught in an endless parade of mindnumbing jobs that did not tax his mind A lover of tales of fantasy and adventure he turned to writing as a way to hold into his sanity.


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