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Publisher's Summary

Dungeons are a lot like sea turtles. They’re born in clutches of dozens, if not hundreds. A 100 may be born at one time, buried in still-burning cities, in forests where the canopy hides the sky, or in ocean trenches at the bottom of the sea. But, only one in a clutch ever makes it to the surface.

Everyone knows about dungeons - monstrous factories that emerge out of the earth, full of riches and Arcana and power - and monsters.

Mark doesn’t know anything about dungeons. He isn’t from this world. He's been reborn in another world. Just one problem: he is half of a dungeoncore. The other half? A dark lord.

Start the adventure, and get this audiobook today.

©2021 Crownfall (P)2022 Crownfall

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Oh. This was clever.

I really liked this story. A lot. It's the first time I've really seen a take like this with dungeon core stuff. Very interesting. I would recommend.

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Strong start, rushed ending, great book

This book is an utter joy to read, and I highly recommend. While there is some clunky dialog and the characters are a bit too shallow, it’s still a wonderful ride.

The only bad thing that stands out is that several story arcs are rushed and lackluster (specifically the Longtail war and the Arcana). Luckily, these mostly occur during the end of the book, even if they make the book painful to finish. Still, it’s still worth the credit overall.

This style of rushed, broad-stroke climax is a staple of Wolfe Locke’s writing, which is unfortunate considering how interesting most of the ideas he works with are. Still, “Deepest Dungeon” is a one of the best dungeon books you’re going to find, so definitely check it out!

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Cool Concept!

This is not your cookie cutter dungeon core novel and I really enjoyed it! My only complaint would be that the producer or editor had no pauses between chapter or scene switches of Characters. Narration was well done . Looking forward to see what happens next.

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Dungeoncore, Isekai, and Clashing Personalities

~Disclaimer: I received a free audiobook copy of this book.~

This had things I love: dungeoncore, isekai, and clashing personalities in a fun gamelit package. I loved the kobolds and the interactions between the two opposites forced to co-exist. I really hope the next book comes out soon because I am sold on this story.

The audiobook was great, but I nabbed the kindle book from kindle unlimited and noted numerous editing issues. So, if reading, just be aware of that.

Great narration. A variety of voices and the personality added by the narrator brought the story to life.

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solid dungeon core with some unique concepts

A good listen and a story with a unique perspective. Cool premise for mc to be dungeon core, interesting creatures/concept, and a decent unique culture. that being said, littered with side characters that try to be important and fail.

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it's okay

This an interesting book. Mark is the weak point of the story telling. it is clear his only role is to orient the listener.

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Dungeon Core w/ a fun engaging concept!

Wolfe Locke and Crown Fall did an amazing job with this story. I have really enjoyed everything Wolfe Locke puts his name and talent on and this is no different. I love the Dungeon Core subgenre and this novel took a new spin on the idea that I haven't read before. Definitely worth the read! I look forward to the next in the Dungeon Darwinism series. Audio Version: Christopher Harbour executed this title quite well and enhanced the story.

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amazing

Super fun, amazing story and very fun to listen to! waiting for the next volume!

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Need book 2

It was a new take on dungeon management for me. Absolutely loved the dark/light aspect and im already eagerly waiting for book 2

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Interesting Dungeon Core novel

My first real Dungeon Core story so I have no idea how normal this story is compared to others.
This was a slow burn but it was still interesting enough to keep me going.
I did have one major issue with the audio but that is not unique to this story. Chapter breaks are obvious but subject changes within a chapter are read like a run-on sentence. I was constantly trying to keep up with the changes when this happened. Very easy to get lost.
I received this free review audiobook and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review.

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  • 07-03-22

A bit of a hidden gem

A tight and compact story, that delves straight into its intent. Deepest Dungeon is a Dungeon Core book focused on development of Kobolds, where the dungeon (and others) can modify their structure to change what they are going to throw them at. Where the story is of particular interest is that our Isekaied MC is forged into a dungeon core with a villainous sorcerer, after an incident during the post-life cycle. This tends to lead to interesting back and forths between the two, where both learn about the others world.
Overall a solid inclusion to the genre.

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  • 05-16-22

reasonably well done story, well balanced

Decent story and good writing, enough difference between this and other "core" books to make it interesting.
Sadly the narrator has a tendancy to drone, making it harder to keep focussed on the book.

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  • Adam Cheung
  • 04-18-22

Fun Listen

I enjoy when monsters are put in a more positive light and not just generic mobs. this was an interesting premise and I quite enjoyed it.