• The Dungeon Fairy: Four Days: A Dungeon Core Escapade

  • The Hapless Dungeon Fairy, Book 4
  • By: Jonathan Brooks
  • Narrated by: Miles Meili
  • Length: 13 hrs and 38 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (109 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Time is ticking away for Tacca and the Raider Delving Clan....

The previous devastating events inside of Tacca’s dungeon were only the beginning of a wider invasion of the continent of Abenlure. The death of so many Raiders inside of her arena at the hands of the Invaders would normally be a boon to the Fairy-turned-Core and the nearby Nursery Cores, but the attrition of the Raider Delving Clan’s numbers is worrisome. Especially when an unsettling discovery up to the far north will revise everything they know about the Interdimensional Beings that are invading their world. 

Thankfully, Tacca isn’t alone in the fight to save everyone; Trevelyan and the rest of the Raider Delving Clan are doing everything they can to stem the invasion, even though they are being systematically pushed further south. In addition, while the former Fairy is doing her best to train the nearby Raiders to become strong enough to combat the powerful Invaders, she is also working with Head Instructor Lapis and a multitude of other Dungeon Assistants to figure out a way to utilize her unique Omen Charge Ability to eliminate the protective barriers surrounding their mutual enemy.

When events start to spiral out of her control and the world’s doom is upon them, however, not even her vaunted Ability will be enough to save them. With hope in short supply, their only chance at survival will be to discover the secret behind the Invaders before time runs out.

Find out how it all ends in the thrilling conclusion to The Hapless Dungeon Fairy series!

This story contains Dungeon Core elements such as dungeon construction and defense, LitRPG/GameLit mechanics such as character progression and stats, and contains no harems/sexual content or profanity. 

©2021 Jonathan Brooks (P)2021 Jonathan Brooks

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awesome

Enjoyed it and looking forward to the future books teased at the end. Looks like the Dungeon cores will be busy

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Great end to the series

I loved how this ended the Hapless Dungeon series. It leaves some things open to interpretation such as the origins of these invaders and the future. This was a pretty epic book. Plenty of humor and some really awesome parts.

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Fun Conclusion to the series

I have had a wonderful time reading the dungeon fairy series. I am only sad to see it end. Miles Meili does a great job bringing this work to life.

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This is an amazing series and I really recommend it. Good finale

i really enjoy this series and refer it to a lot of people looking for dungeon core stories or even just litrpgs. I really enjoy taca and her efforts to turn her misfortune to good.

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This gets silly in the end

Not sure what it is about Dungeon Core series that start out great the end with silly, over the top ridiculous developments. This has teleporting Core, 100 foot tall bosses, core creating several level 300 faeries, and all the millions of baddies dying for no apparent reason.
Narrator got a little lazy with characters voices merging and loosing any individualality.

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Great conclusion!

Nice conclusion to the series. The alien invasion being the main plot point was not expected and it made this a very atypical dungeon diver. The narration is solid throughout the series.

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What a finale and way to open a multiverse

Tacca has defeated an invasion force of the inter dimensional warriors. She knows that this far from over though and they are still destroying other dungeons and raiders. Tacca has a plan though.

This is the first piece of the JBDCM (Jonathan Brooks Dungeon Core Multiverse) this whole series will tie together will another of his series through another series! It is a great stand alone series, but it will be very beneficial for you to read this series. TJBDCM aside, this is a great series. It is a very interesting twist to start the series and all the way that it plays out. Miles Meili does a great job with the narration.

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had to knock a few stars off for stupidity

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listen i know to move the plot fast you need to lose all the characters around the MC but ……. REALLY…… i mean the way it was done you could see the stings. look let take all the fairys and put them in a spot that they have no way to run watching something that they can not change against a force that is literally HUNTING THEM to gain information that only one of them need to be there they went brain dead in a time where the they need to hide…… now listen i know why they need to be off the stage but how you do it matters throughout that whole chapter i was saying why i know what going to happen but how stupid are they really REALLY??! and those who defend that says they have never been hunted they dint read the books did they.

besides that will buy the next book barring stupidity I like this series

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  • Lemon
  • 11-12-21

Great listen

I have enjoyed all of these books so far and I hope that this continues