• Dungeon Bringer 2

  • By: Nick Harrow
  • Narrated by: Alex Knox
  • Length: 9 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (223 ratings)

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Dungeon Bringer 2

By: Nick Harrow
Narrated by: Alex Knox
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Publisher's Summary

Expand your territory. Defeat your rivals. Satisfy your monster girls!

Raiders Guild crushed, Clay can finally relax and spend his time clearing the pesky monsters from around his dungeon.

But when a routine zombie bash uncovers a sinister new danger, Clay and his guardians find themselves locked in battle with a rival dungeon lord who really, really hates Lord Rathokhetra.

As the battle unfolds, Clay discovers there's a lot more to being a dungeon lord than taking territory and crushing adventurers. If he is to survive, he must master new tactics, stop threats from beyond this world, and keep his growing army of monster girls satisfied.

If he succeeds, Clay may become the most powerful dungeon lord to ever live.

But if he fails, all of reality will die with him.

Get the latest installment of the Dungeon Bringer saga now for your daily requirements of awesome battles, abominable villains, and deadly monster girls!

©2019 Shadow Alley Press Inc (P)2019 Shadow Alley Press Inc

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MC Lost half of IQ, morals and backsory...

I liked 1st book very much, there was inteligent protagonist, high but personal stakes, and determination to save his cats, its all gone in 2nd book. Dont waste credit on this.

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Attack of the Cat-girl Dungeon!

Great story and Narration!

Clay is back, and he brought his cat-girl army to kick some serious dudgeon butt! After narrowly surviving the confrontation with the guild, the gang decides to check out the undead tomb. Little do they know that doing so will set in motion events leading to the discovery that other dungeons are nearby. What lies in store for our crazy dudgeon crew?

Fun listen - if you liked the first one then you will love the second one!

I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out!

Note:
This story is Haram Gamelit - this genera often contains explicit scenes

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Grose, short and grose.

You know I like my fair share of harem books but this one is just grose. Like literally giant undead tentecle dick monster tht is into torture. Looking back I only remember a handful of things happening this whole book. Refunding the book and I am out.

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gooood

cnt eart for next installment. so far so good. I like city builders as well. keep up good work. a lot of names a little confusing. maybe add nick James in future

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Dammit

Thought I found a new series after book one, but I was mistaken. Search begins again

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Good story with moderate overuse of stats

I want LITRPG to flourish and become a significant player in the literary world. I think it's a great idea. The problem with most writers in this genre is that they lean on stats that don't matter. You see a level 5 zombie, and then they go through an entire character sheet. It often takes longer to read the character sheet than it does to kill the creature. I don't mind hearing that the zombie is level 5, your level is 4 and it is somewhat too majorly resistant to most of your attacks. You also don't need to agonize over available stats. Here they did a good job. He had three choices and named two but went in-depth with the chosen stat. Still, you don't need to go too deep, as they generally don't affect the story.

This is a good story from a new perspective. The protagonist is well thought out, and there is a good arc. He takes nearly two minutes to go over the characters' stats at several points. However, it only takes him ten minutes, and we have no idea what those stats purposes served. The protagonist relies on brains because he isn't OP yet.

I look forward to listening to the next book.

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New Narrator blues

It’s not that I mind a different narrator as much as I really get pulled out (or prevented from getting into) a book with a new narrator if they say repeated words differently. I’m not making a judgment as to how stele should be pronounced but just that it be spoken the same in each book. That’s just one example. But again, not enough to ding the author.

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Good

Ok so I gave the performance a 3. Not because the narrator is bad, because I hate when the narrators change. You get use to the voices the narrator gives a character and then have to readjust to a new way and it gets aggravating.
All and all it's a great story and already bought the next book.

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Did you like volume one? You'll probably like this

So, yeah. I listened to the second part of Nick Harrow's Dungeon Bringer.


Now, with that intro, no, I didn't dislike the second part. It was… good. It was simply more of what we got in volume one; monster girls, action and sex. Standard LitRPG wish fulfillment.


Just like I said in my review of volume one: this book is most certainly not for everyone, that said, if you did but this book, you probably liked the first one and the tropes will most likely not turn you off, so I won't go over that anymore. Let's just talk about the book from the perspective of someone who likes these books.


As I said, this is simply more of what you got in volume one. It follows the same formula: Clay and his harem have a jolly old time, some new dungeon lord attacks, and the rest of the book is them fighting that dungeon lord. It's simple. It's fun.


There isn't much to complain about, but at the same time, there isn't much to praise either.


Harrow does some character development, especially for the dark elf of the harem, as well as for the wakets (the Catgirls), which is good. He also worldbuilds some more, expanding on the history of the world he's in, as well as building on the multiverse and the dungeon lords.


I can never complain about good worldbuilding, and generic as it is, Harrow still does it well without annoying info dumps.


Something Harrow could do without, though, are the witty comebacks and sex jokes. They're… just not as good the 100th time you hear them.


It's the same narrator as in volume one, and his work is about the same.


To conclude, like it's predecessor, it's good, but nothing amazing. If you enjoyed volume one, you'll probably like this one as well.


I'd like to give the story and the narration 6 and a 5 respectively, combining into a 6/10 total.

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Solid sequel

The concept of battling dungeons was cool. I really liked that the characters advanced in power a lot more in this book. The narrator delivers a solid performance.

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  • S. Reid
  • 11-14-19

Great Action

Loving the increase in surprises, action and addition of new characters to liven things up.
This the 2nd in the series shows real potential as Clay attempts to increase his Harem, Followers and his survivability against a lot of interesting problems.
A few good twists keep this fresh and keeps me listening and justifiably full of anticipation for the next in the series.
Narration was good but a change from the 1st audio so in some ways its not as good with the female voices ,but not as recognisable as being from other characters in different audios.
Knox is new to me so I shall see how the 3rd in the series takes me and i shall reserve full judgement till then.
I requested this audio and have decided to leave my thoughts on this for everyone.

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  • Nighteyes
  • 10-29-19

Narrator changed

The most important thing about this book is that it's a new Narrator which can be a deal breaker for some people.
Alex Knox is not a bad narrator, but he is different James Patrick Cronin in many ways which is a problem for an existing series.
Most of the characters I got used to by the end of the book, but a few kept rubbing me the wrong way.
Those are the bad news...
The good news is that Nick Harrow dragged me through this book regardless of the new narration frustration, the story was that good.
Everything that was good about the first book just got better. More character interactions, more world and character lore, more stats, more levels, more monsters.
So if you know the change in narrator will be a deal breaker for you, this is your warning, but if you are on the fence and think you can deal with the change in narrator, then go for it, the story is great fun and very entertaining.