• Master of the Mountain

  • A Reincarnation LitRPG Adventure (Dragon Core Chronicles, Book 2)
  • By: Lars Machmüller
  • Narrated by: Steve Campbell
  • Length: 12 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (143 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

One deadly competition. A mountain of dragon dungeons. Participation is mandatory.

Through clever usage of construction techniques as well as ham-fisted applications of force, Carl survived being reborn as a shadow dragon inside the Scoured Mountain. The future is looking bright for him and his band of trash-tier minions, and they’ll have ample time to decide exactly which kind of society they want to build in this violence-filled world.

There’s just one tiny problem. Only one dragon gets to be in charge, and every single other dragon from his clutch survived as well. Now that they’ve gotten to this point, they need to play a little game. The prize is survival and a questionable promotion. Carl's already ahead of the competition because of the questions he gets to ask the mysterious, glowing human trapped inside his domain.

He's going to take every advantage he can get.

©2022 Lars Machmüller (P)2022 Mountaindale Press

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Remarkable Follow Up!

I really love everything about this book! The author's done an excellent job in keeping the story very engaging. I've been completely hooked. The story's well-written, action-packed, witty, funny, and oh my god heartbreaking. Yes, heartbreaking. This one broke my heart into tiny million pieces and I don't know if I'll ever recover. *hugs all the the Talpi*

Steve Campbell's responsible for hitting the feels more. His performance was just simply brilliant!

Highly recommended!

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Less of a story about dragons and more of the author talking about their life

Listening to this story is just painful. It is less of a story about dragons and more of the author talking about their own life, or something close to it.

I came here for dragons, not for construction workers and constant references to their ex wife. Seriously.

The audio work on the other hand, is pretty good.

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holy heck

this one got my feelings so hard...
holy heck...
well written and better performed...
I want more!

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A good follow-up

After the first book, I had a totally clear idea how the story would evolve and continue - and it turned out I was copmletely wrong.

The narration is good and I like the various voices. The world building continues and The Mountain is well explained.

The middle part of the story was a bit of a turn off, I didn't really like the bad guy.

But the ending picks up speed again and is really good. There's some great unexpected turns in this story.

Looking forward to the third.

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Dragon on the move

Master of the Mountain

Carl has survived his first major test as a dragon and his minions are far stronger than they used to be. He still has to worry about the other dragons in his clutch. Everyone would expect a Shadow Dragon to lair up and perfect his defenses. They would never expect him to go on the offensive.

While this is obviously a dragon book, the book changes perspective as the book goes along. It starts out as a domain (dungeon) builder, than goes to an adventure story. Tim is a great addition to the story! I only wish that he was in it more.

Content warning: Language

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Solid sequel

This is a unique dungeon core series. I love that it is so dragon intensive. It is really cool. The plot is interesting and compelling as the story continues. The narration is very well done.

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Great Reader, annoying story

Struggled to listen to most of this. The Necromancer stuff is just frustrating, and uninteresting.

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Good

Pretty good, bloopers make the audio book even better to enjoy. Am a big fan of the narrator.

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Must keep listening

Must keep listening Must keep listening Must Keep Listening MUST KEEP LISTENING!!!!!! ( continues into gibberish )

Compliments to the chef I love this.

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Good Pacing

Unlike many other stories in this genre the plot moves forward and doesn't get bogged down in over zealous details. The journey might actually end up somewhere instead of burning out after 5 books or so. It's entertaining as well which is a pleasure.

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