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The chips and cheese are down. The Great Devourer has come. Time to throw one continent of a tantrum.

Artorian has finally come to an accord with Eternium in the name of destroying the demon infestation. By relying on his past successes in Eternia, successful alliances, races believing in their sun-deity with all their hearts, and exotic new artifacts, Artorian throws the first stone to accelerate the beginning of Eternium’s end.

The remaining infernal leadership is on his hit list, and ticking them off is a task he is overjoyed to complete from beginning to encore. After all...even demons can find redemption in the face of glorious explosion damage.

©2021 Mountaindale Press (P)2021 Mountaindale Press

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Crackers and Toast

Who doesn't want more meddling grandpa. pompous asgardians, snooty demons, evil hungry high elfs. they all get their own form of Artorian smack downs. It's dangerous to go alone take this.

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Word Salad

This series has lost its way. So many words without saying anything. The story could have been told fully in about an hour, but there is so much needless exposition. To top it off, exposition that would have helped was omitted, like a summary of the story arch leading up to this book or a reminder of who the key players are.

But no, just a lot of random descriptions of vaguely related things. It’s just boring.

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Worst book of the series

First part is very difficult to follow, than big gap with very little background, finishing with nice battle. But overall this book would be better covered in cliff notes. I really enjoyed all the books until this one

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ILOVEITSOMUCH

This is the silliest yet, in my opinion, the most comfy series to reread. This new book is more of the same delightful humor and charming character interactions that you would have read up to this point. The action is there too, of course, awesome as always. I just find a lot of comfort in watching Artorian be a sweetheart to everyone.

I highly recommend the entire series!

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Hard to fallow

had some wonderfully deep moments with this book I enjoyed where the story went but especially towards the beginning it was a bit erratic on what was happening

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This series is always interesting

I love the whole series and journey. I have noticed that the last few books are more full of pop culture references and stream of consciousness writing than the beginning. With the ending, I don’t like spoilers so I won’t, I hope the next book can have some clarifications and move one. It felt like we were stuck, but the journey was nice. If you like the prior books this will be more of the same.

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Downhill

9 hours going over stats, mechanics, abilities, etc. 2 hours of actual story that moves the plot along. I loved everything Divine Dungeon but it's getting hard to justify buying a book when the bulk of it is just numbers being read off.

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Amazing

this series just keeps getting better i know some series after 9 books get boring but this series just keeps getting better i love it so much

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end?

what a story I truly hope that there will be more to this storyline.
it was riveting to the end of the book.

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A wonderful continuation

Once again, we are transported to Eternum. This continuation of our favorite grandfather is again well written. I continue to enjoy the well fleshed our characters and experience their growth.

It did get a little hard to follow the numbers , such as the different systems that were switched between. The pace really picks up in the last half of the book with everything coming together.

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 01-24-22

Another quality instalment in the series

By this point in the series, it is very difficult not to repeat what you have written in previous reviews, the main character continues to be a very interesting one and the challenges he faces are entertaining, similarly the performance of the narrator is a strong one as usual.

Basically, if you have enjoyed the others in the series then you are going to enjoy this one too.

[Note, I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • tony
  • 01-17-22

Great

Great story as always but let down by the math lessons that feels like book fillers and have used the 30 second skip

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-19-22

It just felt - rushed

I an enthralled by this series of book, and the Devine dungeon series as a whole, but this addition to the series was lacking.

The best way to summarise it is “rushed”. So many threads were forgotten or shoehorned into a plot that just felt like the series was trying to end.

I feel that Artorian lost character and meaning by pushing the plot forward. We skipped multiple realms, interactions, character progressions and more.

This book was disappointing and was hard to engage with - I am not sure whether I hope another addition to the series takes a step back and give it the time and care it deserves or hope that if the authors are no longer committed, that they just leave it.

It would be a shame to see such an amazing universe end on such a note