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Publisher's Summary

Bio Dungeon Complete Series – Blurb

Contains all three books in The Body’s Dungeon series:

Bio Dungeon: Symbiote

Bio Dungeon: Parasyte

Bio Dungeon: Hemostasis

In the icy north exists a young orphan, and a war on a microscopic scale.

Marstin Hardgrove was orphaned at a young age, forced to live on the streets, and needed to turn to thievery to survive. When a job goes wrong and the young man was caught, he was forced to eat a handful of dirt and rocks before being abandoned to die; unbeknownst to Marstin, he also ended up swallowing a tiny dungeon crystal.

Thrown into a highly unusual world filled with cells, bacteria, and other dangerous pathogens, the tiny dungeon crystal was, at first, confused by his surroundings. After seeing how the different complex systems of the body worked together, the crystal was quickly fascinated; it wasn’t long before he decided that, instead of trying to escape, he wanted the body for himself. He desired to possess the living being for his own use, wholly unlike anything the world had ever seen before.

To get to that point, however, the fledgling dungeon crystal has to learn how to survive against the different enemies trying to destroy him. In short: He has to turn the body into a dungeon.

But will his new Bio Dungeon be enough to keep the crystal–and the body he wants to possess–alive?

Contains LitRPG/GameLit elements, such as character progression, statistics, and resource management. Also contains an in-depth, science-based portrayal of how the immune system responds to foreign pathogens via different white blood cells and other microscopic protectors, complete with a glossary of medical terms (factual and fictional). No harems, sexual content, or foul language.

©2022 Jonathan Brooks (P)2022 Jonathan Brooks

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Pretty good

As expected from both the well known author and the narrator, they give a good showing. Ignore the political review dude.. clearly an idiot. Agreed with the tech term bog down stated in another review but I'm not sure what he could do. Gotta lay that foundation.. this one just happens to be unrelatable without terminology.

Overall a decent adventure.

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encapsulating story pun intended

both sides of the story kept me excited about what was comming next as with anything written by Johnathan Brooks I recommend it.

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Another great Omnibus!

Dungeon in a body was such an intetesting concept. Great job and a good read!

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great story

only reason I didn't do 5 stars was the medical terms would occasionally overwhelm the action.

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Best dungeon core author hands down.

Well done. Well narrated.  will be looking forward to the next from this author. You should buy this book.

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The good,the bad, the ugly

Writing this as I've listened to the start of book two;

The good; The set-up and personality of the dungeon is great, believable, and lots of fun and dry humor. I like the 'external' and 'internal' stories affecting eachother indirectly.

The bad; Unless your a biologist, the technobable can go on for quite awhile. The two storylines occasionally clash or are put off when I really want to get on with the other. I hope the progen and his host actually communicate eventually.

The ugly; The story relies heavily on tropes and stereotypes, and characters who are evil just for the love of evil to advance the plot. And the host MC is just has a lot of luck, both bad and good as needed for plot.

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We want ENTERTAINMENT, not more political crap.

It started off decent, with a somewhat different plotline, but in to the second book they started in with veiled political commentary. We want ENTERTAINMENT, not more political crap. The narrator did a great job though.

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  • 07-19-22

A tough book to review

For 1 credit it’s a bargain and for a first time dungeon core litrpg kinda book its alright. With that said its quite boring and uninspired so a difficult review gave up 4 hours before the end due to lack of interest but wrote the review to help not for big rpg fans

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  • Damion Foncette
  • 06-26-22

Definitely worth a credit!

You will not be disappointed.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story.
I hope there is a spin-off planned.

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  • Mr c mcsheehy
  • 06-19-22

Great addition

Great series with a unique spin on the dungeon building.
it took me a few chapters to get into the book and start to understand the mc but it's well worth it.

Highly recommend this for any fan of thr dungeon building genre.

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  • Dhruv
  • 06-08-22

great series

no one can write a dungeon series as good as Jonathan brooks. this series is a steal for 1 credit. loved it.