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Publisher's Summary

Build a dungeon. Slay heroes. Survive finals.

After narrowly surviving his first year at Shadowcroft Academy for Dungeons, Logan Murray - army vet turned fungaloid - thought the hardest and weirdest days of his life were finally behind him.

Logan has never been that lucky.

Students are being killed, more so than usual, and no one is quite sure why. Logan and the Terrible Twelfth suspect it has something to do with Arborea’s secretive past. Worse, solving the mystery is only one of Logan’s many problems. His cultivation has stalled, Prince Chadrigoth is trying to murder him, and he’s got a lineup of new and challenging classes, like "Best Friends Forever: Your Minions and You" and "Offensive Dungeon Design: When the Best Defense Is Preemptive Murder".

Logan didn’t survive his first year by giving up when the going got tough, and he has no intention of rolling over this time around. All he needs to do is level up his core, advance to his next monstrous evolution, unravel a mystery as old as the school itself, and put the smackdown on a demonic bully with murder on his mind. You know, just another ordinary year at good ol’ Shadowcroft.

From James A. Hunter - best-selling author of Rogue Dungeon, Bibliomancer (Completionist Chronicles Expanded Universe), and the LitRPG epic Viridian Gate Online - and Dragon Award finalist Aaron Michael Ritchey comes a brand-new Dungeon Core series, like nothing you've ever seen before. Funny, funky, and full of Gamelit goodness, this is one series you won't want to put down! 

©2021 Shadow Alley Press Inc (P)2021 Shadow Alley Press Inc

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narrator killed me

long pauses: 1 sec between words and 2 seconds at the end of sentences .

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Even better than the first Book!

This book is so good. I don't know how to get into it without spoilers, but let's say this: if you are looking ahead to other books in the series to see if this is a series worth picking up. Yes!
This book is even better than the first and they are setting things up for the third to possibly be even better yet again!

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An awesome continuation

I found this book good, I did keep finding commonality with the Harry Potter books, but just a little. I was surprised to see who the bad guys was, but I liked that Logan got to show his main rival that he was nuts with power. I look forward to see where this story goes.

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Narrator needs to improve

Overall the story was decent. It wasn’t great but it was enjoyable. The biggest issue was the narrator. He paused after most sentences and the pauses were just a little too long. To get an idea, imagine someone reading a book out loud and they have to turn the page. That was about how long the pauses often were.

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A fun sequel

The story follows a fungi who learns and grows. So much exciting abilities and character growth

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Still one of my favorite series. Highly recommend.

I love all of the different characters and how unique they are. The story continues to intrigue me and I look forward to seeing how it progress. Very well written.

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Fun book on all fronts.

Good book, decent litrpg. The only real negative is the voice actor. He reads a little on the fast side. His characterizations are great though. If he was just at 85 or 90% speed it would be better. The words come to fast to build any real impact.

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Gimme more!

A good system , a pleasant listen and story. The narration was great, a different flavor of book.

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The first book is better. 3.5stars


Author tried too hard.
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Dungeons

I really do enjoy this series i believe it took me awhile to get back to the narrator voice as it does take a minute. Once I get past that though the story is very enjoyable and this is a solid year 2 addition for the dungeons