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    The Emperor of the Forge, Sage of Stones - meaningless titles in the face of death.

    After more than 700 years, he was expecting a peaceful and lonely end to his long life. That, however, was not meant to be. A single choice changed his fate, and his soul was forced to live again as a dungeon. Reborn but shackled to the heart of a mountain. This old soul has lost everything - and more.

    In a world of gods and demons, there is no room for a weak newborn dungeon. Now with a new name, Smit and his creations will have to carve out their own place. The path may be long and dangerous, but with a soul hardier than stone and a will stronger than iron, will he be able to forge his own destiny?

    “Debut author David Sanchez-Ponton knocks it out of the park with a brand-new Dungeon Core Novel that is sure to be up there with the likes of Divine Dungeon, Rogue Dungeon, and Bone Dungeon. Give this one a read - you won't regret it for a second!" (James A. Hunter, best-selling author of Rogue Dungeon, Bibliomancer, and Viridian Gate Online.)

    ©2020 Shadow Alley Press (P)2021 Shadow Alley Press

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    • Nuri Nelson
    • 23/04/2021

    easily my favorite

    Easily the most well written Dungeon Core book out right now. I MUST HAVE THE NEXT ONE!!

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    • Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore
    • 06/05/2021

    I ❤ this one!

    I loved this book! This is the story of how an ancient, powerful Dwarf (named Smit) became a Dungeon-Heart, and the soul of the mountain! when Smit "wakes" after dying, he discovers how vulnerable he is as a newly formed Dungeon Heart. But starting out from scratch doesn't scare him off, and since all his memories are intact he sets to cultivating, gaining both stats and power in order to set up a proper Dungeon! A dungeon that's inticing enough to draw Hero's in but challenging enough to keep them on their toes, and dropping enough cool loot so that they'll want to come back! And Smit has a lot of work to do, plus as a master craftsman in his previous life, he'll get it done right! Smit's dungeon HAS to be both aesthetically pleasing, and challenging as well!
    Henry Kramer's narration was quite good too, so overall 4.5  genre specific ⭐'s 😊👍

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    • Christopher L Rader
    • 04/05/2021

    WTF with the abrupt as hell ending

    great book overall but the book feels like it ended mid thought it was so abrupt i thought the app restarted to book (as it tends to do) i mean there is literally no feeling of it being the end of anything but a chapter no cliffhanger even

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    • Patrik
    • 22/06/2021

    Not a good product

    The premise of this book is good but the execution was sadly not. I listened to most of it but I won’t go back to this author again in the future.

    The writing is sloppy and very very very repetitive. Whole chapters of this books are meetings that would have earned a casual mention in other books.

    This feels like a school paper that nobody edited or reviewed before publishing and it made me angry more than a few times listening to it, just how sloppy it was.

    On top of it all I am convinced that the narration in this audiobook is a collection of robot voices that the author put together himself as a project. There are a lot of different voiceactors and dialects but most sound like robots and read like robots.

    Amazon should flag self published works, this ruined my day knowing I wasted so much money on it…

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    • James G.
    • 19/06/2021

    Great dungeon core book

    Great story. Only real complaints I have are the info dump status at every chapter when nothing has changed and the end was a little abrupt. Kinda felt like there should have been more or something.

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    • zatheus
    • 19/06/2021

    One annoyance otherwise not bad

    This book is pretty good, nothing super outstanding but overall a nice LitRPG. This is the first dungeon core book that I have read that has not had a human either from our world or the current world turned into a core. Enjoyed the evolution of the animals and how it didn't get way out there and turn a meek animal into a god boss type. I would like for the dungeon to find someone worthy of bestowing his knowledge of the forge on at some point. Only annoyance, for the love of whatever you believe in can you stop with listing the dungeon core stats every single chapter. The book is 11 hrs and 42 mins and about 42 mins is wasted reading the tedious stats. Every chapter is too much, every fifth chapter seems more appropriate. Don't turn into Aleron Kong, the guy that made half of one of his books being nothing but reading stats.

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    • Daniel
    • 11/06/2021

    basic dungeon store

    not great but decent story. the audio editor should have minimized the number of stat sheet readings.

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    • Donovan
    • 28/05/2021

    A book that pays light lip service to the genre

    Wow I remember reading this when I was younger but don't remember it being to bland. Most of the book is people being in awe of the dungeons art. Heck the core doesn't make many choices the entire book just does stuff for art reasons. This makes the bland bits even worse since what feels like 60% of the book is the same narrator voice not a character voice.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 26/05/2021

    I already want more

    Personally I’ve listened to all the super intense gory slaughterhouse dungeon stories while this is isn’t exactly wholesome it’s got better pacing and build up then most others I’ve personally listened to it doesn’t rush n so far the different perspectives are at what I call the golden ratio of perspectives it doesn’t dwell too hard on anyone in particular outside of the dungeon himself/it’s self so it’s not really disorienting n it’s not long my attention just a few sentences then boop right back to the dungeon n I’m happy for this!

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    • Andrea Fortman
    • 22/05/2021

    pace slows way doen

    The story starts to do nothing but talk about nothing but descriptions while avoid or glancing over any action. It is a really lazy and dismissive way of writing.