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Dungeon Walkers 2

By: Daniel Schinhofen
Narrated by: Travis Baldree
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Alistern “Stern” Masterson never expected to have the sort of life he found himself living. He was an irregular - a person who looked like the undead and had unusual perks - and his life hadn’t been very pleasant, so he’d written off the idea of ever finding anyone who understood him. Then, an old lady had asked for help, and he’d given it....

Stern was able to rescue Cyra Walot’s shards from the Bloodstone dungeon, after which he was brought before the city magistrate on false charges. Cyra helped him clear his name, and he was set free with the newly reborn Cyra beside him.

Although the rabbit lykian had lived a rough life and died horribly inside the dungeon, she wasn’t about to let that stop her from following her own dream. Seeing her determination, Stern offered to help her. Together, they ran the starting dungeons so that Cyra could develop the skills she would need to survive as a Walker. 

Stern and Cyra found a friend in Trish Moxy, an accomplished leatherworker. That friendship blossomed and grew, becoming something that none of them had expected. 

The new triad relationship and fledgling crew trained together in Darkstone, preparing to take on the next set of dungeons. These would be much harder, but they felt like they had a chance if they worked together. 

After Darkstone, they set out for Waterrock. They were intent on finding people to fill out their crew, knowing they would need more allies for what the future held.

(This book contains non-standard relationships and touches upon adult situations.)

©2021 Daniel Schinhofen (P)2021 Mountaindale Press

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Slow and uninteresting

This might be Schinhofen’s slowest book. Nothing interesting happens and this feels like a side story. You can probably skip this book and pickup book three without missing much. I’m not sure I’ll be getting the next book.

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Redundant to a fault

Nothing new here. No story plot, no drivers. The entire story is the same thing repeated again and again. I couldn’t finish it.

To sum it up:
Same “dad” joke about the team name - the literal only attempt at humor
Same grips about the MCs empathy, boo hoo
Same exploration of the harem
Same pontification of the MCs superior way of thinking on the world
Same power up to the cat. No one else progressed.


I recommend taking a pass on this book.

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Great continuation!

This is mostly a slice of life adventure story with the same characters and dungeon diving mechanics from book 1. The main group expands a bit by taking on new members and the 1st half of the book really does a lot of backstory and character development for them. Most of the action hits mid and late story and it's all fine. Looking forward to the next book.

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Next book plz :)

Not as good as the first book but I didn't realize this was Delta world until I got till the end of book one Cant wait to see where this it goes

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Dungeon Walkers #2: A HowlStrom Review

Title: Dungeon Walkers #2: A HowlStrom Review

Introduction:
Greetings, fellow beings of HowlStrom. I am Kiba Snowpaw, an alpha male Ice Wolf with the power of ice magic. As the winter season grips our world, I find solace in the tales of other realms. Today, I bring forth my thoughts on "Dungeon Walkers #2" by Daniel Schinhofen.

Basic Plot Summary:
Alistern "Stern" Masterson, an irregular resembling the undead, embarks on a journey of self-discovery and camaraderie. After rescuing Cyra Walot from the clutches of the Bloodstone dungeon, Stern finds himself falsely accused. With Cyra's help, he clears his name and together with Trish Moxy, they form a formidable trio. Their adventures lead them from Darkstone to Waterrock, facing challenges and forming bonds stronger than the iciest winds of HowlStrom.

Characters:

Alistern "Stern" Masterson: An irregular with a heart of gold. His journey from solitude to forming deep connections is reminiscent of the bonds we form during the long winters of HowlStrom.

Cyra Walot: A rabbit lykian with a spirit unbroken by her past traumas. Her determination and resilience are commendable.

Trish Moxy: An accomplished leatherworker whose friendship with Stern and Cyra evolves into something deeper and unexpected.

Structure:
The tale is structured around the trio's adventures, their challenges in dungeons, and the relationships they form. The narrative smoothly transitions from one event to another, keeping the reader engaged.

Impact:
The story resonates with themes of overcoming adversity, forming bonds, and the importance of teamwork. It serves as a reminder that even in the coldest winters, warmth can be found in the company of others.

Hook and Thesis:
The allure of "Dungeon Walkers #2" lies in its character-driven narrative. The journey of Stern, Cyra, and Trish is a testament to the strength of bonds formed in the face of adversity.

Praise and Critique:
The tale is beautifully crafted with well-developed characters and genuine relationships. However, its predictability and repetitive nature might not appeal to all. The story's strength lies in its character development, while its weakness is its repetitive rhythm.

Evaluation:
Schinhofen's writing style is simple yet captivating. The focus on character development and relationships is commendable. The book provides a light-hearted and optimistic adventure, making it an entertaining read.

Comparison:
While the book follows a predictable pattern, it stands out in its portrayal of non-standard relationships and character development. It reminds me of the tales told during the long nights of HowlStrom, where the focus is on the journey rather than the destination.

Conclusion:
"Dungeon Walkers #2" is a tale of adventure, relationships, and personal growth. It is a testament to the strength of bonds formed in the face of adversity. As the icy winds of HowlStrom howl outside, this tale serves as a warm reminder of the bonds we form and the adventures we embark on. Highly recommended for those seeking a heartwarming tale of friendship and adventure.

May the icy winds of HowlStrom guide you on your journey. Until next time, this is Kiba Snowpaw, signing off.

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Good premise, good pace, poor balance

This starts out as a promising Dungeon LitRPG series, but swiftly focuses on the harem building and melodrama over the LitRPG progression.
its good, but not my favorite.

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Nope

I like the world and overall story, but half the book is this authors buildup to what he sees as an ethical 3 way with a bunny girl. Way too weird for me and I gave up like halfway through.

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loved this book

what a great book what a great series loved this whole new type of dungeon hunters,divers . great narration did a really good job with the different voices

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wow. you got me

um I'm stupid. you're starting to link books.

haha, your amazing.

i did not expect this.

more pls.

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Good sequel

This builds well off the first book. I like the advancement that the characters experience. The buying of chocolates is kind of getting old. People reacting to our MC’s appearance is also getting old. It kind of has to happen but because they are constantly moving around, it happens a lot. Then we get to hear the same interaction again. The polyandry is kind of awkward, too. Despite some weaknesses, this is over all a fun story. I just want more of an emphasis on the dungeon diving and advancement. The narration is very well done.

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