• Dungeon World 3

  • A Dungeon Core Experience
  • By: Jonathan Brooks
  • Narrated by: Miles Meili
  • Length: 10 hrs and 44 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (1,191 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Following a miraculous resurrection, Fred - the half-human/half-dungeon-core hybrid - managed to reunite with Deecy, his helpful dire wolf guide and companion. Not only that, but he was able to perform an equally miraculous resurrection of Eisa, the human woman that had professed her love for him just moments before the tragic event of their deaths.

But would she be the same as she was before, or would she be forever changed by the unique process that had brought her back?

Accompanied by a friend from Fred’s past, the group journeys to the west in search of the Core Power Guild and the townspeople of Gatecross. Along the way, Eisa discovers the strange new abilities that she now possesses - abilities that are very similar to Deecy’s, the shape-shifting dire wolf that travels with them. Eventually, they arrive in the Deadlands, a constantly decaying landscape filled with undead monsters of all types; information on the Guild’s whereabouts are easily found, but Fred and his friends aren’t forgotten by the nature and earth cores that he had inadvertently destroyed.

Is anywhere in the world safe enough to create a dungeon that will keep his friends - and those he loves - protected from the threat that the Factions pose to them?

Only the broken shards of the dungeon cores he left behind know the answer to that.

Contains litRPG/gamelit elements such as statistics and leveling. No harems and no profanity.

©2019 Jonathan Brooks (P)2019 Jonathan Brooks

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Excellent!

The story picks up even more in an incredible way. Excited to listen to book 4

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OK I’m totally hooked

I really like the interesting D&D approach to this book. I thought I would find the performance of the stats annoying after time but actually I find them enjoyable. I do like that he has made it so that if you don’t like the stats you can just hit next on the chapter. I look forward to seeing how this character revolves.
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great book

a very interesting take on litrpg and dungeon core combination book 3 was nice and astonished more story cant want until book 4

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Fred gets more....

stronger and interesting as he and his people continue to explore the various powers ECT around their adventures....will they survive or won't they,?,? on to book 4 and as always thank you jonathan bro for creating these books and sharing😎

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a great installation in the series

my teenage boy loves this series; he loves dungeon core books and LIT RPG books

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Great listen, good magic system, could be better

I have really enjoyed this series so far. It has a fun and continually developing magic system, fun new environments, and a variety of characters. The writer follows some common and occasionally frustrating tropes, but it's still good writing.
The reader does a great job and I am thoroughly impressed.

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Book 3 is the best book between books 2 & 4!

Our MC, Fred, keeps on making his way in the world of dungeons with his trusty companions. As they are getting stronger they are able to do more and they get closer together.
Does Fred get his 5th element? You can read this book or maybe ask Bruce Willis to find out.
Do they find their villager friends with glowing yellow Xs above their heads?
Are they able to escape the hordes of giant whores and whorelings before they get to the dark mana dungeon territory? (spoiler alert: no mention of a pimp. I guess I could be spelling the names of the monsters wrong, but I listened to the book, I didn't eyeball read it.) ;-)
A giant dark rock squirrel. I wish there was more of it in the book. Hopefully next book.
Fred establishes a territory in two locations that are off limits. And he keeps on turning dead friends into core people.
This book just takes the story and keeps it going and ups the stakes.
Keep it up Brooks. If you keep the stories this exciting, I don't ever want the series to stop.
If you listened to the 1st two books of this series before this one you already know that Meili is a rock star on the mic and he doesn't disappoint this time either.
If you are a fan of fantasy and LitRPG you will love this book.

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An enjoyable series

The pacing has slowed down a bit with this entry, but I'm still very interested to see where this goes. This is still an amazing series and well worth a listen. As long as the author keeps writing these books, I'll keep reading them!

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wow!!!!

please dont let number 4 be your last look in to this saga! I so love your characters and the way they are growing. we gotta get the town's folk a safe and protective area to live and thrive. they have been through so much. fred has more to learn about all the cores and what being half human is all about. plz, plz, plz write another installment. your new and forever fan. thank you.

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loved it as much at I enjoyed the prevoious 2.

I just got the 4th installment and can't wait. series started off a bit weird but grew on me exponentially with each chapter.

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  • Mr JB
  • 05-03-20

Loved every minute

I started this series with very little expectation, the whole perspective of the narrative seemed strange to me.

I have literally just finished this book and I have to say, it is absolutely incredible. The whole thing is a fascinating delve into the mind of essentially the unsung/invisible elements that comprise some of my favourite games, in various ways!

Incredible work.

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  • Morris
  • 02-16-20

Gets better and better

This book is a hidden gem for core lovers. I am a huge fan the character development of the MC fred..... (he has a long name), he was once like s1 sheldon (from big bang theory) but is learning about his and others emotions... Moreover the writing in this book creates a vivid image of each scene and suckers you into listening to more and more of it. I'm already committed to this series. On to the next one!

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  • Nighteyes
  • 11-06-19

did not see that coming

a great addition to the series, gobbled it up in 2 days and am wanting more...
we get more of the bestest characters and further development of characters, the world and the plot...
all around everything you could wish for in a sequel :)

I'm still not impressed by Miles's female voices, but they don't get in the way of the story, just doesn't enhance it in my opinion, otherwise he does a good job

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 10-24-19

Troubles ramp up rapidly

The latest instalment of this series feels even more hectic than the previous one, the situations that the main character and his friends find themselves in continue to escalate even more and some of his friends undergo some very significant changes during this book, while the main character finds new goals beyond his original desire for revenge against those dungeon cores responsible for the deaths of his parents.

The narrator's performance in this one does not change significantly from the previous books, doing a good job of enhancing the story.

Overall, this series seems to be going from strength to strength with each book building significantly on the foundations of the first one.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-11-19

still loving it

the continuous great story and naration makes me so exited for the next book. just read this book and see for yourself.. I just love it. all the twists and turns. all the accents and personallities of the characters.

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  • luke
  • 10-06-19

can wait for the next one

another smash it !

if you love dungeon core. dungeon biding then this is the book for you

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-04-19

A great story keeps unfolding.

Very well written, just like the previous two books. The narration is very enjoyable to listen too, a nice soft male voice. This male voice is a bit less suited for the female characters though. I found the previous two books to be a bit more thrilling and action-packed. But it's still a great book nonetheless.

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  • L.
  • 09-30-19

Loved this.

The only issue Ive had, was with the narrators. His female voices are pretty weak and indistinguishable. His male voices are great, but I think the series would benefit immensely by adding a female narrator to partner with the current narrator.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-05-22

There is a 1-5 book that is more than 50 hours.

Loved it. If you enjoyed all the other books, you will enjoy this one immensly

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  • Toran
  • 01-25-20

one of the better dungeon series

more of the same as the previous books, if you liked them you'll like this

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  • Jason B
  • 01-04-20

One the edge of my seat waiting for the next book

Jonathon has done it again. I love the character development, the humor and the tone. A great listen thats captivating, engaging and fun. Can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-06-19

Brilliant

Love the story line and character development. can't wait for the next episode. bit longer if possible, these are great for my long distance trucking trips but need to be 22 hours.