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  • The Dungeon Slayer, Book 3
  • Written by: Konrad Ryan
  • Narrated by: Austin Rising
  • Length: 17 hrs and 35 mins

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The Dungeon Leader

Written by: Konrad Ryan
Narrated by: Austin Rising
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Publisher's Summary

Trapped in a dungeon and infected with a werewolf virus, Tad wrestles with Fenrir, the wolf inside his dagger.

Somehow, the wolf can hear his thoughts. He taunts Tad. Can Tad escape the dungeon? And what of Titan and the danger it poses to Earth?

Even if he returns to Earth, it has its own problems. The creators have all entered Titan; Titanspawn blocks the sky, and the world is freezing over. To make matters worse, dungeons are still exploding and the only person who can see when has disappeared. The Defector is the only creator left who could scrub the sky, but he seems to have his own plans.

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  • CDM860
  • 20-10-21

I really liked the premise of this book, but idk

This installment felt disappointing
For 1 the book had a lot of filler ...just pointless writing to increase word count, and added nothing to the story. So the pacing is wonky, and the story loses its focus.
Also, I had hoped that the MC's initial foolishness was due to youth and lack of experience, and that the author was gonna have him mature and show signs of growth. Unfortunately, the idiocy seems to be just the same old lazy writing that u can find all over in this genre. The MC lacks depth and is not believable, the dumb decisions he makes exist purely to manufacture drama where there wud otherwise be none. I think the "romance" is forced and happens way too fast. Just so many issues that take away from my ability to enjoy the book

Overall, I guess I'm falling out of love with the story

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  • John
  • 24-10-21

Big fan

I loved it! I am looking forward to the next book in this amazing series.

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  • CC
  • 22-10-21

Good one

Okay so the story is enjoyable even with all the darker tone and will buy any future books but the MC still battles with his morality every time he fights another void and its getting annoying because those voids chose to go into those fights also his relationship with Liz it's kinda weird it feels like she is there so he can have an anchor of sorts also (SPOILERS).................
Wtf how is he going to have a child when he still is one with the way he acts and with all the powerful enemies he has is just plain stupid.

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  • Alicia Hern
  • 22-11-21

the ending sucked this is spoilers

It was over all a good book till the ending! It was not satisfying in the least and also no tad looks like a lion that's crap I hope that gets fixed real quick because no woman will want to stay with a man that looks even close to resembling her torture especially when she's super young and pregnant!!!! Fix the crap you wrote !!!

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  • Julie Miller
  • 22-01-23

getting pretty good.

the story is well written and the fights flow well. no smut and funny moments. fat jack is back too.

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  • Barbara MacIntyre
  • 03-12-22

Meh

I feel like this book could have been so much better. Don't get me wrong; I still enjoyed it. It just felt like a bunch of filler could have been removed and then it would have been a bit better. The last 5 hours it really picked up.

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  • Chaunteil Carte
  • 28-10-22

Great book, somewhat predictable character plot.

Great book, somewhat predictable character plot. overall a worthwhile listen/read.

This is me meeting the minimum word limit.

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  • Sailfish
  • 28-10-22

Moved series forward

Konrad Ryan adds another book that moves Tad to greater heights while challenging him to question and, ultimately, compromise his moral compass. As with good litRPG stories, he ends up losing companions, one of them a close one.

Regrettably, the author ends up stuffing the book with stats and lots and lots of repetitive and lengthy lamentations and, at time, conflicting guidance that seem to drag on such that I found myself fast-forwarding over many sections due to this.

Austin Rising's performance is very good still.

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  • Sara
  • 28-10-22

Good story!

I can't wait to read the fourth!! the story is good, somewhat predictable, but still really good. the concept is interesting.

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  • Megan
  • 16-06-22

loved it

I can't wait for the next one to be out and you had to end on a cliffhanger

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  • Jim Brodie
  • 11-12-21

What an awful main character

This may be one of the most unlikeable MCs in fiction. Never taking responsibility for his actions and stealing loot and acclaim from his dungeon team. Everything is someone else’s fault. He even left a team mate in a dungeon to hold out so he could do something else and then forgot to get them out. I’ve stopped 5 hours from the end and I don’t even care what happened. As I’m sure the power of pure awesome will save him.

This book is one of only a few that made me angry.

I’m not going to return but I am going to note the author and never buy anything from them and write a full review in good reads.

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  • George Peattie
  • 27-10-21

There is just so much waffling

There are whole chapters lasting 20 ish minutes that just waffle with no goal just circular pointless thoughts.

I understand that this is in fact how most people brain works but I don’t come to audible, to hear this pointless waffling that I could get just by turning of distractions and waiting there.

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