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Critical Failures VI

Caverns and Creatures, Book 6
Narrated by: Jonathan Sleep
Length: 15 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (1,008 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

In the wake of their recent loss, the Caverns and Creatures gang are left hanging. Do their choices amount to more than waiting around to die of thirst and leaping to a quicker death?  

Probably, or else this would have been a much shorter story.

©2018 Robert Bevan (P)2018 Robert Bevan

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So happy it's out!

These stories are amazing. RB cracks me up. I mean, yeah, it's a lot of fart and "your mom" jokes but come-on that s*-+s finny!

14 of 14 people found this review helpful

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dick jokes

If you've made it this far, you know what this series is about. If you're trying to start with a new series, start at book one. Bevan tells stories like your drunk buddy at the camp fire... except you're interested, the story is coherent, and just when you think you have it all figured out, you're wrong. I absolutely love this series, I enjoy Jonathan Sleep's narration, and I highly recommend it to anyone that will listen.

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A love for shit at its worst

The first 3 pages of the book set the tone for the rest when it goes into disgusting detail of coopers shit. scat fetish is on display again and crude humor. the series should have ended at book 3, this one doesn't lead anywhere ending where it started with the plot not moving forward. He at this point is dragging it out for money sake not story.

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Best of the Series

In my opinion this is the best book so far in the series but takes a little bit to get going. It’s split into 4 different storylines following different groups of characters. In order from best to worst they are:

Cooper and Chaz: interesting and funny

Kat, Randy, and Denise: Also interesting and funny

Julian and Stacy: Boring. Not a huge fan of either character and as a couple they are just blah.

Dave: the most boring character in the series. I feel like this is on purpose but I’m missing an inside joke or something.

Tim isn’t around because of what happened at the end of book 5. Overall I liked the book minus a few chapters and am looking forward to the next one.

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Like crack

I can't get enough. It pains me to think how long it will be for book 7 to arrive. The author's story-telling seems to be leveling up faster than his characters!

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Another fantastic addition to the C&C library!

CF6 was hilarious, action-packed and thoroughly enjoyable. Jonathan Sleep portrays all characters flawlessly...as usual. I’m left anxiously awaiting the next audiobook in the C&C universe!

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Another split story

Bevan splits the party again, but this book is a winner. The Cooper storyline is fantastic. The other storylines are great too, with plenty to recommend each. I'm so happy to hear the author get back to a great series, after a little bit of a stumble with books 4 and 5.

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they've all been pure gold!

What can I say? it's crude rude and crap yourself hilarious... I love it all!

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Cooper for president!

one of the best and utterly disturbing stories a person can listen to. Would recommend to anyone one I like and hate.

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A book too far

I am sorry to say that book 6 is the end for me. Obviously I bought and enjoyed the first 5, but it is just getting tired now. There are some plot twists and some entertaining humor, but it seems like I am now as trapped in a twisted plot as the characters. Just my 2 cents.

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  • Player1
  • 02-25-19

the worst narrator.

I could not get any further than 30 minutes in and even that was a burden to my pòr suffering ear drums. The narrator of this book is either the love child of E-OR and Mr snuffalupaguss (sorry for the spelling) or missing his anti depression medication.
The voice acting looked like it was going to be just fine, but interspersed with Mr Nooseboys monotonous bring everyone down vibe I feel like I have wasted my money. So unless Noosey decides to re record whilst on his Prozac this time... I'll pass on this and all future purchases featuring Mr trap door.

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  • Cian Browne
  • 01-29-19

Going around in circles

Personally I had high hopes for this entry since the party final gets back together but then the party splits again. This leaves the story just as fractured as the last entries. The story doesn't go anywhere and keeping the party split means less banter between characters and the characters that are together get stale fast.

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  • Hogfather
  • 01-30-19

Nat 1...

As I started this series - and at the start it was juvenile but an OK story - but god has it gone downhill as the series progressed - I stuck with it throughout the body parts / bodily functions / sex fixations of the 12 year old with Tourette's - or someone who thinks this is all that boys think about... I finally gave up and just couldn't finish this series.

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