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Powerful necromancers are on the move, and Cal is caught in the crossfire. Without his faithful Wisp, Dani, Cal's mind slips, and he begins creating traps and monsters that go against his already loose morals. After a direct threat from an unexpected force causes Cal's mind to stabilize, he throws all of his resources into keeping his thoughts clear while he funds searches for his lost companion. When others fail him again and again, Cal decides to take matters into his own hands.

Deadly occurrences remind Dale that no matter how well he does in his small community, he is still considered a weakling in the greater world. Though he continues his physical and mental training, he decides to gain strength by any means necessary...even if these decisions are killing him.

©2018 Dakota Krout (P)2018 Tantor

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  • coy
  • 28/01/2018

Fantastic

Just a fantastic experience from dungeon born to calamity. I have listened to and read at least 80 fantasy books. None are as memorable and surprising as this series. Astounding work from both writer and narrator.

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  • Nicholas F Richer
  • 08/02/2018

Dwarf erections that are just to damn funny.

Loved it. Kept picking it up outside my normal listening windows while driving. Goblin bob is def the best Bob in any universe and the voice work is stunningly fun to listen to. Also... Dwarf boners. Twice. I laughed both times. (if you don't read that and see that I find this book good enough to suggest it on that joke alone then... Read it anyways.)

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  • Climer
  • 04/02/2018

I hope this story continues forever!

I hope this story continues forever!
Changes the way you think about dungeons forever. Love it

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  • Kyle
  • 27/01/2018

Addictive as always.

Once again I was sucked into the story unable to pull away. This is simply a wondrous book.

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  • cory
  • 09/02/2018

neeeed moore

for the love of books release faster i tell you.
must finish this series noow!

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  • Kendra Valladon
  • 13/04/2018

Such a good series!

I have had this series for about 2 months now. I've listened to it start to finish 3 times. It is one of my favorite series and I never get tired of it. I am an avid Dungeons and Dragons player/DM and this is right up my alley.

The author did an amazing job and I love all the characters (Hans is my favorite though). I love the puns and the suspense and the growth of the characters. I hope he continues this series and can't wait to listen to more of it.

Vikas Adam has become one of my favorite Narrators as well. His performance with this series is incredible. I enjoy the voices and the emotion he has. Sometimes, it can give you chills.

I'm in love with this series and I don't think I'll ever get tired of listening to it. Thank you Dakota and Vikas for a wonderful story!!

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  • Ryann
  • 12/04/2018

I signed up for this feel trip.

I laughed.
I gasped.
I cried.
This book was so amazing and I listened with attentive ears to every gripping syllable. The entire series is wonderful but THIS BOOK had me so enraptured I know I appeared crazy to anyone in my immediate surroundings. Well worth every minute dedicated to focusing on it.

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  • Andrew M.
  • 06/04/2018

Quite possibly even better than the first 2 books!

Where does Dungeon Calamity rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Easily top 5.

What other book might you compare Dungeon Calamity to and why?

Possibly the Heartstrikers series, because the worlds these two stories take place in just feel similar yet completely different, for some reason...

What about Vikas Adam’s performance did you like?

I like the wide and varied range his voice acting covers. Plus you can tell he puts a lot of passion and effort into his performances.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Oh yeah.

Any additional comments?

Take it easy there Dakota. You've cranked out what, 3 books in the last year..? I see where Cal and Dale get it from.

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  • Jim
  • 18/02/2018

God help me...I really liked it.

Let me begin by saying I really did like this book series. I didn't for a long while, but I came around.

I never thought I'd write a review of this series because I generally only review things I feel strongly about, and I was seriously wishy washy about these books. I listened to the first book and promptly returned it. I liked the concept a lot, but I'm picky about writing and readers, both of which created some painful problems for me with the Dungeon series. The writing was full of puns, adverbs, anachronisms, and "bad word" replacements that all served to pull me out of that special headspace where good stories are as real as my own memories. The book was constantly reminding me I was listening to a book...and washing dishes, thus failing in an audiobook's primary task.

The reader committed a cardinal sin by actually bellowing for loud characters, while the quiet characters were almost inaudible. Sometimes the two types talked to each other. This is an unpleasant convesation to follow for somebody who lives with tinnitus. I couldn't do it. I had to pass. I listen to my books repeatedly, some of them a dozen times. I never wanted to hear that again.

Then I saw the second book had been released. I felt bad for returning the first book, which had seemed so promising, that I decided to give the author and narrator another chance. I reasoned that they may have improved with experience. I actually liked the story a little better, but it had most of the same problems as the first. It was ocasionally painful to hear, literally, because I wear earbuds and characters (the narrator) kept yelling. Again, I wished I hadn't spent the credit. I felt terrible for doing it, but I returned the second book as well. It was a difficult decision that never sat well with me.

Then, just a few days ago, I noticed the third book was out. I decided not to touch it. I could not, in good conscience, return a third book. The thing is, I had recently been very ill. While ill I had relistened to a several of old favorites from my audible library, caught up on all of my podcasts, watched Cowboy Beebop for the first time, Rewatched a fair bit of Psych, turned to rifftrax and MST3K reruns, and finally watched everything on YouTube (like, all of YouTube), then I felt better.

It was great timing really, because I was fresh out of sedentary entertainment options. Then I relapsed. It was wose than before. I coughed so hard I hardly slept. And the headache was intolerable, especially while coughing. I was getting desperate for something to take my mind off of it, and after weeks of miserable illness I couldn't stand to look at a screen anymore. I needed something to listen to. I needed something new to distract me, so I caught up on my podcasts again, but that took less than a day. Then I remembered Dungeon Calamity...I was weak. Sorry Dakota.

Somehow, despite having all of the same issues (much easier on the adverbs though), plus a few new things that normally turn me off immediatly in Fantasy and Science Fiction, I really enjoyed this book. Maybe it was a "hunger makes the finest sauce" kind of thing, or maybe you need a halucinatory fever to really appreciate the writing, but I didn't care amymore. And, aside from the volume issues, I found myself seeing all the problems wich irritated me previously as endearing.

I realized that throughout the series the author had stuck to his puns, and I can respect that. The story didn't stagnate over three books, which is a feat many more experienced and succesful authors can't seem to manage on a consistent basis. It also didn't veer off course. In fact, it managed to maintain a consistent level of interest. It wasn't ever exactly riveting, but it was almost uniform in entertaininment value (which was fairly high), and once I got over my hangups I realized that's pretty darn cool. Isn't an entertaining story worth a little Pun-ishment? And you have to respect a writer that will go to such incredible lengths just to set up a single pun. Seriously Dakota, mad props.

As for the narrator, I still feel that some of the voices are a little over the top, but over all the enthusiasm is infectious. And, by the third book there really are some subtle variations in tone that let me differentiate between very similar sounding characters with a single word. Again, mad props. At this point I can't imagine anyone else reading it. Plus, once I thought about it a while I decided the volume thing probably should have been noted by some producer or other and nipped in the bud, or balanced in editing. For all I know that is exactly what the narrator was thinking while bellowing into my ear.

Final verdict: I'm keeping this one, and re-purchasing the previous two because I'm sure I'll listen to the series again after hearing the third. Honestly, I'd have bought them all again even if I hated this one because the guilt was getting to me. Fortunatly, I thoroughly enjoyed it so I get a series I'll listen to again, the author gets the money I'm now convinced he deserves, and Dakota does not go home a sour Krout. Seriously, the length some people will go for a bad, bad pun. I've been bad im this review, but I got nothing on Dungeon Calamity.

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  • Ryan Pearson
  • 19/06/2018

give me more!

Lol this was great. pure and simply great. I really hope they continue the story.

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  • goddi23a
  • 07/03/2018

Such an amazing Ending!

The conclusion of this standing trilogy is really awesome! A smart magic system, great characters and and ... I just really liked it.
Is it too tier literature? No, but it's really really fun!

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  • Stefan
  • 18/02/2018

Ingenious

I finished the entire "The divine dungeon" series within 10 days. Very detailed and "logical" fantasy world. Many unforeseeable "aww/wow." moments. Great character development. I definitely recommend it to you.