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What if you got a second chance...as a dungeon?

Every beginning is also an end. Rem, the Foxkin Oracle of the Wildwood, knows this better than most, seeing as he is on his second life. Most people don't get another chance at the whole life thing after a stupidly oversized adventurer's hammer uses their head to paint a tree, but a goddess on the Pantheon of the Divine sees great potential in Rem.

Granted salvation by his Patron, Rem becomes a Dungeon Core, a magical entity tasked with creating the trials essential to helping adventurers become the true warriors they were meant to be. In his new existence as a Dungeon Core, Rem can create minions to fight for him, design magical loot of immeasurable power to reward those who overcome his obstacles, craft spells that will affect the entire world, and do more for his clan than he could possibly imagine. Just as soon as he passes his classes and ranks up....

Welcome to Ansith's Academy for Dungeon Training and Combat. Welcome to Dungeon Core 101.

©2020 R.J. Triveri (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Better than most.

I really enjoyed this book. The only parts I found slightly irritating was the fact that the MC was a beastkin and it made some of his actions and perspectives jarring. I understand that others might find that interesting but I'd rather be able to relate better to the MC of any book I'm reading/listening to. Other than that smallish issue I have no complaints and am looking forward to the next book.

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Loved it

Super fun listen, excellently narrated. Found the mc’s internal monologue to be witty and fun to listen to. The author is particularly good at slipping world building in without drawing attention to it—just feels natural, like you’re along for the ride. Believable dialogue too which is fantastic—usually that’s what makes or breaks an audiobook for me and this one passed that test with flying colors. Highly recommend!

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Kevin Kemp lands a home run.

I love the book. The narration kept me enthralled and I couldn't help but keep listening. This was a well written and masterly narrated book.

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great book with great dungeon core concept

a very different dungeon core story more about core character than the dungeon. the voice acting created good story telling and worked well with the writing style.

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Dungeon Core Introduction, Pretty Good

A good first book for someone interested in dungeon core litrpg without wanting to be instantly drown in stats. In story reasons and explanations abound. If you want to jump right into the action, though, this may not be for you.

The narration is mostly great, but there is one character that is voiced in a way so agonizingly annoying that for some people it may be impossible to keep listening. I hope the narrator learns from feedback and never does anything like this fox-spirit voice again. It's in an extremely fake and unnatural sing-song that just rips you right out of everything and makes it impossible to disappear into the story. It's a real tragedy because otherwise, the narrator did quite well.

This book wasn't for me, though not bad!, and the performance of one character almost tanked it, but if you can get past that one character, and don't mind a slower pace / introductory litrpg type book, it may be a great choice for you.

P.S. If this narrator doesn't do voices like this in other books, I'd happily check out everything else he's done.