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Publisher's Summary

This is a collection of the eighth six short stories in the Caverns & Creatures series. It includes the following titles: This Poo Shall Pass, Hung Ogre, Fortune Favors the Kobold, Asses to Asses, Love on the Rocs, and The Winds of Cooper. If you've already purchased all of these books, there is nothing new for you here. If you haven't yet purchased any, you can save a few bucks by buying this collection. If you've only purchased some of these already, you'll have to do some math.

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Freaking excellent.

If you like humor from the low and dark spectrum then you are going to love this.

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Critical fumble

This entry in the anthology series as with all the others consists of 6 random adventure stories the this time the standard character focus per story is a little less obvious which is in its self fine and does not detract from the stories them selves,
The adventures in this series are generally a single situation or location and how the boys get out of self created trouble generally through the standard self humiliations and at the expense of near by NPCs which is pretty standard fare for the lads .
As per normal Jonathan Sleep handles his duties with engaging professional flair but can only work with what is printed on the page , where in lies the concern.
For me this series falls flat on this entry (with the singular exception in its last tale "The Winds of Cooper" which has its strong points),due to tiredly replacing any cleverness or wit normally present with more pees, poos and farts, this absolutely has it place in this series but 8 novels and 8 anthologies in needs a little bolstering with clever application which is just sort of missing.
I can't tell you why exactly this series has faltered so, though I can nail down the start of the decline to the last Cavers and Creatures Series book Galleons of Sea Men, whether the author has disengaged his interest from the characters or simply ran out of steam is hard to tell, either way it does not bode well for the continuation of the series. It may be time for Mr Bevan to maybe either shelf this universe for a while until it is more than simply an income stream or wrap it up and maybe focus on a long form Shingles(adult humorous satire version of Goosebumps) novella or some other new project that catches his imagination and attention.
Generally I really look forward to my annual catch up with the gang from caverns and creatures, this entry when tied with the last in the main series has me wary and apprehensive about the future of the series which at this stage I am partially dreading being dragged out to 20 books instead of looking forward to it.
Should you buy this? I guess, I mean if you have nothing else to spend a credit on or you just want to complete your series, though this book for me definitely come with an optional status, you don't need it there are no important character or story elements(as is normal with the D6 series) that tie in to the main series with only 1 out of 6 stories having any real bite, however if you want to get some better Bevan stories which have a bit more of that classic sparkle and cutting humour go check out Shingles instead it will be a better use of your credit and time (also they have a currently active indiegogo to try and get a Shingle anthology movie off the ground - if you are reading this you should probably go check it out).

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Loved it

Overall I would say this is one of the better more thought out D6 stories.

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great

always great, can't wait for the next one as these books just keep getting better and better and I cannot wait for the next book in the series

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Please never stop making these.

I think this collection of stories is better than the last two, and I already enjoyed those! The performance is top notch as always and I can't wait for the next collection of these guilty pleasures.

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great

great, amazing, fantastic as usual, a natural 20.
a joy to start, and desperate for more when it was over.

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Good but weakest of series

I love all the books in this series, this is definitely the weakest. Happy to

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Bevan hates horse, and possibly large birds.

Another hilarious installment of mini-adventures of our gang of miscreants. By this stage you know what you’re in for and this offering doesn’t disappoint! Missing is the extended cast of the Critical Failures books, these focus purely on the core or Cooper the Half-Orc (best character ever), Dave the can’t-catch-a-break Dwarf, Julian the ever optimistic Elf and the self-appointed “Leader” of the group, Tim the alcoholic halfling. As ever Jonathan Sleep’s fantastic and ridiculous narration brings it all to ribald life. Can’t wait for the next Critical Failures book? Enjoy this as a satisfying snack!

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Sooo good!

I’m 2 mins in and I’ve already laughed out loud 4 times! Roberts’s still got it! I’m assuming this won’t be the first caverns and creatures book you’ve got so you already know but if it is, go back to the beginning and enjoy yourself you lucky lucky person!