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Bio Dungeon: Hemostasis

By: Jeffrey Logue,Jonathan Brooks
Narrated by: Miles Meili
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Sometimes the only way to go forward is to go back....

Progen defeated the Parasyte that was engineered by the malevolent Blood Curse, but there is still a lot that the dungeon crystal needs to do to fully control his entire dungeon. While he actively works to finish controlling the rest of the body that hosts his presence, there lies one major obstacle to the culmination of his plans: the brain. The Blood Curse has locked itself away behind a barrier that keeps Progen from spreading his influence inside, while also preventing the Curse from manipulating anything outside of its hiding place. The dungeon crystal is thus stymied in his efforts toward complete control; but fortunately, Progen has gained access to new immune cells and systems that he can use to improve his host’s body – and thereby, his own survivability.

Meanwhile, when the dastardly Ghevin Drestice’s devastating use of the mind-control abilities of a strange crystal finally catalyzes interest in Marstin from the highest authority in Istut, the young thief-turned-adventurer is thrust back into the spotlight. Now he has to navigate his way through a brand-new world of political intrigue, secret organizations, and high society, all while struggling with the burgeoning power that has recently been unlocked inside of him.

While Progen fights against the immutable barrier around the brain and the Blood Curse, Marstin fights to survive this world into which he has inextricably been thrown. Both will face challenges that should end with their deaths, and only through unwitting cooperation will they see themselves through.

But will that be enough to survive against the Blood Curse’s temptations of power and its inevitable emergence from its magically-imposed exile?

Contains LitRPG/GameLit elements, such as character progression, statistics, and resource management. Also contains an in-depth, science-based portrayal of how the immune system responds to foreign pathogens via different white blood cells and other microscopic protectors, complete with a glossary of medical terms (factual and fictional). No harems, sexual content, or foul language.

©2021 Jonathan Brooks (P)2021 Jonathan Brooks

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Surprising

I really write reviews but this particular series caught me by surprise how much I really enjoyed it and the educational part was very insightful to say the least I think I definitely will be recommending this book or even have my kid listen to it knowledge is power and " POWER IS BIO DUNGEON"

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Best in the series

At nearly 20 hours, this is the beefiest in the series. it remained exciting the whole way through. The authors masterfully wove together two separate perspectives. Even though the series is nicely wrapped up, there is still room for another book.

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hmm

is this the last of the series or was that ending to set up for the next one?
I wonder is this its own universe or does it tie into one of the other book series?
given how long the medical glossary is at the end I'm assuming one of the writers or maybe both of them studied fair amount of medicine at some point or they know someone or they Googled it.

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great finish

loved the whole series. I hope there is more to come in this world

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Hit its stride

This series has gotten better with each book. I really enjoy getting both an internal and external view of our protagonist. Great job.

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Great close to the story

This was a great ending to the series. The narrateor did a good job as well.

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Great ending, or is it?

This was a great ending to the trilogy, but the end gave an opening for another story. I will have to see if it is written yet.

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Very little of this book was actually devoted to the biodungeon. I think the writers are running out of ideas. But the body isnt quite complex enough for a full trilogy it seems.

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...Pseudo Chrystal, really?

That was weak sauce. ten words is kind of dumb and annoying. Stop it.

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  • 01-29-22

Enjoyable

Different take on a dungeon core story which I rather enjoyed.
Hopefully there will be more.

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  • Sintia
  • 12-02-21

Great concept, interesting execution.

I loved the idea, the pacing, and the writing style. You basically get two stories in one.

It was a bit harsh at times, the main protagonist certainly does not have it easy. I greatly enjoyed the development of both sets of stories, and loved to see them converge. At this point in the series I was more interested in what happened to the human protagonist rather than the dungeon, but I still enjoyed both sides.

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  • HUGH SHARKEY
  • 11-11-21

A bit dull

I have given the series the benefit of the doubt as it started of with a decent premise. But this will be the last book I will try in this series. The dialogue is rudimentary to the point of naivety and rather dull.

If you want to get off to sleep and can't manage it then it is good for that. I tried to concentrate and follow along but ultimately I decided it was that boring I just hoped everyone died quickly to put us all out of our misery.

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  • 09-08-21

Great Series. Love it!!!

its a great series love the development of the characters. Truly love the performance of Miles. Want more of it 5 Stars.

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  • 08-25-21

Great end?

This was a great ending to the tale with a bit of a hint there might be a sequel to this series. The characters were great with great growth for all of them where you get to hear more about the backstory for our MC and some other characters. The voices were top notch and I couldn’t ask for more. Overall 15/15 this is a fun series where you learn more about the humans biology and much more.