• Worth the Candle: Trust and Consequences

  • Worth the Candle, Book 2
  • By: Alexander Wales
  • Narrated by: Eric Michael Summerer
  • Length: 18 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Always the Dungeon Master, never the jail keeper.

Juniper Smith is trapped in a prison that seems to be of his own design. Everywhere he looks are bits and pieces of the game worlds he used to make back on Earth.

Now, he finds himself on the run from the law and helping out criminals, looking for magical solutions to centuries-old magical spirits trapped in bottles. Can he trust an elf that's been locked away since the bad old days of the Second Empire?

Danger lurks around every corner, and trust is hard to come by, even within the party that grows more like family with every passing day.

©2022 Alexander Wales (P)2022 Podium Audio

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One of my favorite recent books

Unclear how I didn't read it yet.

Should rename to: dropped in a d&d world and atarted munchkining it

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Love letter to d&d

Really enjoyed the first one second one feels a little less strong. might just be my personal taste but main character makes some unlikable/stupid choices and it works out for him because of the story and he is justified in making those bad decisions. However overall this is a continued Love letter to gamers and d&d players.

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awesome


super addictive!!!!! great pacing and could hardly poo ut it down. 5 stars

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Wonderful

A phenomenal story with world building, character building, tension,. It uses meta narrative discussion to create tension and intrigue within the story itself.

Eric is fantastic at bringing the wide array of cast to life. I could not recommend this book series more.