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Dungeon Eternium

Divine Dungeon Series, Book 5
Narrated by: Luke Daniels
Series: Divine Dungeon Series, Book 5
Length: 10 hrs and 7 mins
3 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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Unlikely allies uniting across the world. Blood feuds that span centuries. A single chance at life. 

The world watches the sky with trepidation. The insanity of Xenocide knew no bounds, and all will soon suffer the effects he had planned for a millennium. Though none know what is to come, they all know it isn't going to be easy to survive. 

The Master has a plan, one that can give the world at large a way to escape the onrushing desolation. It may be on the bleeding edge of morality and what he needs might prove too difficult to secure, but The Master asks for trust. 

Cal and Dale both have their role to play as the world hurtles toward destruction. One needs to bring the races of the world together while the other simply needs to survive. Surrounded by supposed allies, the duo will do all that they can to succeed - but with every new arrival comes rising tensions and faltering trust. 

The apocalypse is coming. Will honor or greed stand the test of time?

©2019 Mountaindale Press (P)2019 Tantor

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New voices are jarring.

New voice actor growing pains sure but between Cal's vegas accent bob's tower wizard voice danni's baritone and myriad other, its a pretty big hit.

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New narrator :(

I loved the first four books and was very excited for this one but when I started listening to it and was instantly disappointed. I can get over the different voices but the tone and way they convey ther words makes them feel like different people. This is extremely apparent in Cal.

11 of 14 people found this review helpful

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I got through chapter two

Narrator change killed it I have already read the book on kindle and wasn't the biggest fan of the ending but still a good book the narrator cant do a female voice and allot of the other voices sound the same or are just weird

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New narrator

this is a horrible thing to have happen in the fifth book in the series I feel I've lost a lot of the character that was in the story :''(

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Cardinal Audiobook Sin

Never, ever, change narrators in a series. How long is it going to take for companies to understand this. I love Luke Daniels, but he wasn't the narrator for this series. I basically feel the same as the other reviewer (only one other as I wrote this). The voices are all wrong, it's like a betrayal to the reader.

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why change narrator

Vikas Adam's did great as the narrator of the other books and I dont like how Luke does Danny's voice

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WTF thay killed it. nooooooooooo

First off I love Luke Daniels as a narrator. He does a great job.That being said. when you've done heard 4 books buy one narrator and then thay change it up for some stupid reason. It just kills the whole experience. Honestly I stopped after 30 seconds and don't know if I can go on.

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What happened, seriously what happened??

First of all i want to state that I love Luke Daniel’s work, nothing against him at all. But why the hell does Cal suddenly sound like he’s from Old time New York City? Why the change in narrators at this juncture? None of the characters fit right with these voices. After listening to Vikas Adam portray them for this long...it’s like someone dumped ice cold water over me and forgot to tell me I was taking the ice bucket challenge!

Okay with that being said, the plot is still good once I got over the changes but even then, the life of the story died with these random changes. I had to go back to book one and listen to Vikas Adam’s version just to remember who was who. Sadly, I think I’m just going to read this on kindle. Its just not the same feel that I had grown to love about listening to this series.

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Why did the Narrator change...

First, I have nothing against Like Daniels but after 4 books with Vikas...the voices sound wrong! Danny went from a high pitch voice to an male baratone voice. Call has a completely different accent, and every other character who you have grown to love sounds different. The back and forth commentary between Cal, Danny and Dale just doesn't seem funny without the inflections that you expect to be present just ...aren't.

I had to give up listening after chapter 2 and relisten to book 4 then just read the Kindle version 😟

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Why change narrators after 4 books?

After the characters are established it is a terrible idea to change narrators. I like Luke but the change was too harsh.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-15-19

Lost abit of soul

its just not the same. All charecters had their own voice and now its just a mess. the story is still great but like call abit of the soul is missing