• Dungeon Item Shop: Volume 3

  • Dungeon Item Shop, Book 3
  • By: D.M. Rhodes, Razzmatazz
  • Narrated by: Andrea Emmes
  • Length: 19 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)

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By: D.M. Rhodes,Razzmatazz
Narrated by: Andrea Emmes
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Publisher's Summary

[I was reborn too weak to be an adventurer, so I opened an item shop by the dungeon instead!]

Reborn into a fantastical RPG-system-based world, Fresh is offered a second chance at life. Initially glad to have escaped her old existence, she quickly realizes that this new one might not be much better. Her new body is too frail to follow any grand dreams of adventure, her new mind is too dulled to allow any meticulous planning or thought and this new, seemingly colorful, kind world is anything but.

Needing to find a way to survive in this horrible place, Fresh bands together with some unusual people as she undergoes an entirely unexpected challenge; running an item shop just outside of the dungeon!

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I would rather obliterate myself...

First off, I'll like to state Im completely and utterly diametrically/ if not ideologically oppose to the underlying fundamentals this story is trying to convey. Although I did overall enjoyed fresh's journey, growth, discoveries and eventual revelations. But that said, I can not vibe with the thought of returning to a time where we're living in constant fear and abject terror of our environment. Even if returning to this period might actual be the best course to achieve some kind of "great good". No, I would rather die and have my soul obliterated then to suffer a single millimeter of movement toward such a time where we suffered such unceasing endless darkness.

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nope. nope nope nope

This book started out as a 3 star but was willing to read to continue the series. It became a 2 star after an excessive amount of chapters that didn't add to the story in any way, repeating the same information over and over again is not good story telling. Ended as a 1 star because I can't tell if the author realizes how many plot holes and issues they created. to be honest, I wouldn't be surprised if the next book starts off with explaining that the previous five chapters were all just a dream sequence. I can think of at least two major contradictions in their story in the same chapter.

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  • 09-12-22

It just get better and better

I loved listening to this so much!
The way this lore for this world and its characters unfolds is magical to me.
I really enjoy the pacing, there's a lot going on developing at different speeds which makes it easy to follow while there's still a lot going on at any given time.
It feels very layered, without having anything too spelled out if that makes sense.