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When dungeon delvers and dinosaurs clash, who can survive? 

Newborn Dungeon Cores must choose what entity they help contain, and that choice determines what monsters they are able to summon. After being executed for crimes forgotten in death, Tira is given the chance to make that choice. Tira chose Acekorah, the Primeval Terror, a being so dangerous few cores will risk trying to contain it. 

The danger wasn’t important. Tira remembers dying. If containing Acekorah means Tira will face greater danger, that’s a risk worth taking, because the Primeval Terror walked the world long before the races of Man roamed the earth, and Cores bound to him are able to summon beings from beyond the veil of time. 

Now, forged in the fires of Tira's wrath, the dinosaurs will walk the world anew.

©2020 Alex Raizman (P)2021 Alex Raizman

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solid

I do have some criticisms, a few hours from the end i almost returned the book when the MC does a thing that, though hinted at earlier, just feels weird and doesn't really improve the story.

I didn't return it, and the rest of the book is good - so I'm glad i just stuck with it.


SBT crew is amazing as always.

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Grows into something typical

Starts off as a unique, fast-paced, dark fantasy about a reborn dungeon core. But soon, the MC finds a group to be a favorite and remind her how great humanity is, so they get plot armor. Then it turns into a basic dungeon core litrpg with a lighter focus on the actual dungeon as you go a long. It's not a bad story, it's just disappointing how much better it could have been if the author didn't settle less the half way through.

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Just couldn't stick with it

I bought this without reading reviews or listening to sample because I love Annie and Jeff, both do a wonderful job as always. The story, however, does not hold my attention well. It started off okay, but by halfway through the book I find my thoughts wandering and I have to backtrack a few minutes just to remember what was going on. I liked the idea behind the world but I just don't care for what the main character (Tierra?) and supporting guide (Pierre?) they are doing. I was hoping g for dinosaurs killing everything in the dungeon, maybe breaking out into the world, not a main character who starts to feel sorry for half the people that enter the dungeon and manipulate it to not kill them. I'm not going to return it because I did somewhat enjoy the first half, unfortunately I will have to mark it as read and let it sit because it just can't hold my attention around the 10 hours left mark.

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All dungeon core books are the same

I don't like dungeon core books. I only bought this one in desperation, because I needed something to listen to and, with all the good reviews, I thought maybe this one would be different. The triumph of hope over experience.

The main problem with dungeon core books is that by their very nature, the story takes place at one location with essentially two people, the core and its wisp, not leaving much room for a complex plot or interesting interpersonal drama. The second problem is that it strips context from dungeons that exists in other litRPG books. In dungeon core books, the dungeons start off with one or two rooms, with mobs like horned bunnies. Even as comically boring as this is, for some reason adventurers flock from all over, forming large camps outside in a carnival-like atmosphere. You don't see this in other sorts of litRPG books, where the dungeon fits into a larger story and has a more serious atmosphere.

In this particular book, the wisp mostly exists to tell the dungeon how clever it is and most of their conversation is similarly nauseatingly sweet. In fact, most of the dialogue among characters is uninteresting and unnatural-sounding.

The only thing mildly interesting in the story is the mystery of who is killing the dungeon cores; without this subplot, I would have stopped listening halfway though.

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Dinosaurs in a dungeon!

Tira life ends in a fiery act of defiance, but that isn’t the end of her story. She is reborn as a dungeon that can summon dinosaurs! She will need to grow strong enough to avenge death.

Wrath is a fantastic dungeon core book. I’m not going to spoil it, but the book’s plot hook and character twist are amazing! I am hoping that more dungeon core books sue this concept. Soundbooth does a great job narrating this book.

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so good!

Dinosaurs and dungeons? oh my...what a great listen I loved both narrators they did a great job! please give it a listen you won't regret it!

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amazing

all Jurassic park fans need to get this it is downright awesome i am so getting the next one when the audiobook comes out

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Loved it

Dinasaurs fighting people! What more could you ask for. I really liked the characters. It focused entirely on the dungeon unlike other stories.

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Dinosaurs man! It's got Dinosaurs!!!

I should have learned by now not to be surprised by the diversity of litRPG's! Although I've only read a few Dungeon Core stories each and everyone of 'em has been fun! I immediately fell in love with the protagonist Tira even before she became the newly formed dungeon heart! And at her formation she chose to populate her dungeon with dinosaurs! Honest to gosh Dinosaurs! And then with her new power she gave her favorite dino Zeke, sentience enabling him to leave and explore outside the Dungeon where upon he adopted a cat! Wow two of my favorite things!
Here a line that had me ROTFLOL!

"<No one warned you cats are so clever,> Tira said. <It understood the sacred bond of the boop.> “Yes,” Zeke said. His head bob was careful and slow, not disturbing his precious cargo. “Yes it did.”

So if you're like me and enjoy Dungeon Core stories, such as Shadowcroft Academy For Dungeons, Cat Core or Dungeon Core Online then this is a book for you! And if you're spoiled like me you'll pick up the audiobook! The narrators are great, and who doesn't like getting two things done simultaneously!?!

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Where's the wrath?

Not really a fan how the MC is all over the place in what she wants. First she wants to make a dungeon to kill everyone, but she lets adventures survive for no real reason and it seems like she keeps failing on purpose. Its weird that she tries to act like a "moderator", so she's always holding back all the time. I'm not even sure if thats whats shes doing or if she's just a scatter brained idiot half the time. It just makes no sense how much her dungeon fails on purpose and how happy she is afterwards. Plus, the plot just keeps getting lost in these unrelated side stories that seem so uninteresting. It just sounds more and more dumb the more I listen. The one word "wrath" title is completely misleading, like the author had no idea what to name this book, so "wrath" it is. Great narrators though, especially Jeff Hays. Every male character sounds like a completely different one. He's the only reason I gave this a shot.

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  • Nordlending
  • 10-10-21

The Dungeon Core books I didn't know I wanted

This book was great, and I have enjoyed it a lot. I can't wait for a sequal.

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  • 09-17-21

from murder hungry dungeon to mostly murder hungry

the dungeon management aspect of the book while important is far from the focus of the book rather it focuss on exiting combat and the progression of the main character from wanting to kill everyone she possibly can for revenge for her death to someone who cares about her dinosaurs and dungeon wisp.

the world building is also very good with little bits sprinkled here and their rather then a massive info dump.

all in all I'd say it's an exceptional story which gives dungeons an exiting purpose which also explains why they are called dungeons.