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  • The Dungeon Phoenix

  • The Dungeon Slayer, Book 4
  • Written by: Konrad Ryan
  • Narrated by: Austin Rising
  • Length: 17 hrs and 9 mins

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The Dungeon Phoenix

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

Tad Harrington successfully closed Warrior Titan, but at what cost?

He lost friends, loved ones, and even himself. With no sign of his brother Liam, Tad must face his champion rank-up trial, gain strength, and save his brother alone.

What of other loose ends? What of the mysterious void egg, or his new silver dagger, Agony? Worse yet, wearing the skin of his former enemy, how will it interfere with his relationships?

©2022 Konrad Ryan (P)2022 Podium Audio

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  • Mama Cae
  • 12-10-22

great story!

I love the story! I love the characters and how they evolve and grow! The narrator does a great job on his male voices but his female voices need a little work but overall great!

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  • Robert
  • 08-10-22

A good listen

I love this series and so far have enjoyed every book. This one did try my patience several times though. I feel like this book was written just to make things harder for the MC. The story progresses in some ways but also stalls out or falls back on character development for me.

The added issues that the MC either creates himself or comes to him just seem excessive. I understand that conflict is needed to advance a story or character but Tad just seems to decide to make things as hard as possible for himself for no real or explainable reason. I understand he is still a teenager and teenagers do dumb stuff but at some point that cannot be used to explain the amount of bad decisions he makes.

I still love the world and system that has been built. The other characters in the world do confuse me sometimes basically ignoring the world actually ending to do dumb villain stuff. Overall though still well done.

Despite all my issues I still enjoyed the continuing adventure. I just hope the next one is a little more real advancement for Tad and less creating new problems or dumb decisions

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  • Matthew
  • 08-10-22

Where to next?

This series is pushing the boundaries of “EXCELLENT” storytelling and the “Mastery” of being a SME!

A resurrection gone wrong! A family reunion. Power levels to exceed. Voids ready to fight to win at all turns. Family secrets “revelations.” And, if that is not enough. Alpha’s creations are revealed. Oh, a challenge “Planet.” Is tossed in to just wet you appetite for destruction. Can Tad defeat all comers, make a friend out of an Old Enemy?

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  • Cliente Amazon
  • 22-09-22

Should not have given this serie another chance

The first book was good and even the second was ok. But then it went downhill and this book is the worst. Random multiple power UPS mid fights, constant introspections that are all the same, the power of enemies is always umbelivable until next power up.. But then the boss randomly power up again and ist incomprehensible.. Ultill the next random power up... Lvl miningless, things happening are forced one after the other. That is is for me.

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  • GrimReaperD13
  • 17-09-22

MC is an idiot

Barely into the book and he willingly consumes poison food in a race. He knows it's poisoned and still eats it. Dumbest moment of all time! Literally died in the last book and still risks himself for no good reason.

Overall, the story is okay. MC is kinda dumb, doesn't use all his abilities to solve his problems. Also, the void constantly manipulating everyone to be psychopaths is getting old.

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  • LitRPG Reader
  • 16-09-22

THAT ENDING WAS SOMETHING ELSE

This ones just weird I'm disappointed by the end of the book.. The books good but that weird ending

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  • Sailfish
  • 18-11-22

Sluggish story movement.

Konrad Ryan's Book 4 was written well, however, except for the MC significant leveling-up progress, the actual story hadn't moved forward all that much. The author's imaginative dungeon monster creations were well designed. However, too often they seemed to take a repetitive anime-like quality to them where Tad would start the battles with vigor and a positive attitude, merely to plunge into lamentations over near-death expectancy only to pull a Hail Mary combination spell to eventually win the battle. The Void Egg had a similar anime Dragonball-Z level-up feel to it. While I really enjoyed the author's decision to not overly bloat the book with stats-bane, he did tend to slow the pace at crucial battle moments with lots of introspection where he reasonably should have been hustling to save himself and his companions.

Austin Rising's performance was very good and kept me listening through most of the anguishing and introspection periods.

In all, it was a step backwards from the previous 3 books.

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  • Kory Gutierrez
  • 31-10-22

Worse

Tad just seems to get worse not better, terrible decision after terrible decision. Growth not idiocy please, I get that he’s 18-20 plus whatever many years in the void. come on Tad

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 11-10-22

Great story

I felt like it needed something. It need to be more perilous for the story to be a dungeon slayer like. I don't know exactly what it need it but it was great. Tad needed to struggle a little more. Great story

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  • Legend Blackthorne
  • 29-09-22

Disappointing

Tad is getting more and more monstrous and less human. Not to mention more and more arroagant, less like the guy who never wanted to be like Brad and more like Brad.

Hell he never even tries to share his power with his girl to see if the baby needed some of his juice or take her into a dungeon since she was fine in warrior titan until they came out.

This book was pretty much a let down with a weird cliffhanger blah ending.

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  • Tom Moller
  • 25-09-22

Still great

I was waiting for this book to come out. I was not disappointed. I finished it in 3 days. It was hard to stop listening. I can't wait for the next one!