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Dan the Destroyer

A Gamelit Harem Fantasy Adventure (Gold Girls and Glory, Book 3)
Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau
Series: Gold Girls and Glory, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 29 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (168 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Cut Class.
Kick ass.
Save the frigging world.

Having obliterated Roderick's Raiders, Dan vows to lead 300 elves and gnomes to an ancient red elf fortress in the Wildervast, an untamed region created by a powerful succubus queen. Even with four powerful women by his side, how will Dan succeed when he's up against ferocious creatures, desperate and deadly monster girls, and the mighty Warlord of the Wildervast?

In a dangerous world, you can't just stroll to safety. Sometimes, to protect the ones you love, you have to become a destroyer.

Warning: Dan the Destroyer is an over-the-top adventure novel intended for readers 18 and older. It includes explicit sex, graphic violence, a harem of gorgeous ass-kicking women, inclement weather, a haughty black panther princess, and a two-fisted antagonist you won't know whether to love or hate. Listen at your own risk.

©2018 Hondo Jinx (P)2019 Hondo Jinx

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A Great Addition!

This is truly an excellent addition to the ongoing story of Dan the Barbarian! A whole lot of character growth and continuing plot development! And of course another great narration by Andrea Parsneau! I can’t wait for the next audiobook!

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Dan is still the man

Gold, check
Girls, check
Glory, check
who are we kidding you know what you are getting into here, and this is wonderfully more of the same from both Hondo and Andrea...
so get to it

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great book

I love the book. the series keeps me wanting to read more. I can't wait for the next book to come out.

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Still my favorite Gamelit Harem

Good writing, good story and advancement and he doesn't go stupid with a 1000 member harem. I'm in for book 4. Thanks for the story.

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By Crom!

Is it wrong for me to wish our MC wasn't dumber than a bag of rocks? Oh well, I love him anyway.. him and his epic trpg world

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entertaining

The third installment was as enjoyable as the first 2 . Andrea Parsneau did a great job as always.

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Another Fun Exciting Story

I love this story, it is fun and exciting. Book 3 did not disappoint in the least. If you like this genre you should buy the whole series itis worth every dollar!

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not bad but a bit lacking

over all it was all right Meathead the Barbarian does a fine job of being a head and overall a nice guy who just wants to do right by his people and sometimes makes mistakes but he owns up to those mistakes and he tries to do better and that's the thing that I really like about Dan and he tries to be better that said this book was extremely tedious it felt like a long set up for a disappointing payoff with a sequel be ending that made me think maybe this was really just a set up volume for the story they really wanted to tell but needed another book in between to explain how everyone got to this point

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