• Dungeon World, Book 5

  • A Dungeon Core Experience
  • By: Jonathan Brooks
  • Narrated by: Miles Meili
  • Length: 12 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (734 ratings)

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Dungeon World, Book 5

By: Jonathan Brooks
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Publisher's Summary

Get ready for the exciting conclusion to the Dungeon World series! 

With the help of an unlikely ally, Fred has secretly obtained access to all seven elements for his Core without the Supreme Council of Dungeon Cores’ knowledge; Fire, Water, Nature, Earth, Dark, Light, and Air are now technically at his disposal. However, despite having access to them all, he finds himself behind enemy lines without the use of any but Light and Air due to his temporary Core he had created back in his dungeon. 

Now, with the assistance of Roady, Ravenne, and Agelstein - three members of the Allroads Government, and Fred’s “bodyguards” - he has to safely make it back to the city before the inevitable deadly response from the local Dungeon Cores at his theft of the Light element kills him. 

Trouble is brewing behind the scenes, though, and the Supreme Council is ready to step up their attacks on Fred’s dungeon underneath the city of Allroads. With additional complications preventing Fred from fully utilizing his newly acquired elements, he has to scramble to find a way to not be useless and assist in the defense of his dungeon, his Shards, and all the people in the city above relying on him. 

Oh, and on top of that, Fred still needs to figure out a way to save the world....

Contains LitRPG/GameLit elements such as statistics and leveling. No harems and no profanity. 

©2020 Jonathan Brooks (P)2020 Jonathan Brooks

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Great conclusion to the series!

Wonderful story and narration!

Fred and gang are back and the poop is about to hit the fan! Surrounded by angry dungeons eager to eradicate them, will Fred, the Power Guild, and the people of All roads be able to overcome the coming attacks?

Miles does a great job of narrating and bringing the story to life!

I loved this book, and the series as a whole!

This is my favorite series that Mr. Brooks has put out so far!

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Great Story!

I have really enjoyed reading this series. this is a possible conclusion to the series but does leave an avenue for possible stories in the future. different characters possible but same world. Anyways thanks to the author, and keep them rolling out. You are appreciated.

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Epic and satisfying conclusion to a fun series

I have had a lot of fun listening to this series as they came out. I had high expectations for the final book. My expectations were blown way out of the water with this book. I was very happy with how things ended and even more so with the journey to get there.

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Completely Satisfied

An excellent story that holds the listener until the very end. And the ending is a great conclusion to the series that I cannot recommend enough.
Thank you Jonathan for another fantastic adventure.

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An amazing conclusion to an amazing series

I am sad to see this series come to an end. It is such a great series and I highly recommend everyone to sit down and listen to all five books. This book is a great way to conclude the series. I loved seeing how Fred and his group overcame all the problems that were thrown at them and found ways of surviving. The last bit at the end has me hopeful that we may get a continuation of this world later down the road though. Here's hoping we do.

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Surprisingly caring series

As I finished this last installment of the DC series, I found myself pondering the caring nature of MCs that carried through. Consistently, we see Fred and his friends always seeking a path of empathy and protecting others. This series left me with an overall positive feeling for the major characters and their world. Pacing-wise, it seemed to me like the climax and conclusion took place very quickly, as compared to the pacing of the rest of the series. It does have a conclusion that doesn't leave you unsatisfied though. Overall, I enjoyed and recommend this series.

Narration by MM remains excellent, as he has through earlier books in the series and other books in the genre. His performance definitely adds more to enjoyment of the tale.

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There was a dip... But a short one.

I am a fan of Fred et al.

I have been swallowing the 5 books without pause and this last (?) installment wasn't any different. It felt like (but I didn't check) as though the stats sections were dramatically reduced, leaving fast paced action, fleshing out characters, concepts and relations to a point where they could go on on their own.

There was a dip where I felt like "here we go again - once more to save the day" But that was short lived as the book builds up strong on that.
The story doesnt feel forced and to me, all the important arcs are finished elegantly.

It is a take No prisoners story.

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loved it

I enjoyed this series, he left it so it completed and yet still could continue into a new series.

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its such a wonderful series

the series is great i love how it wraps up. Its a satisfying ending that ends adorably

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sad it ends

This was an awesome end to an awesome series gonna miss Fred and all. the cast but perhaps he shall return or maybe in the form of his sons adventures

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good end to the series

a nice series that seems fairly well planned out. it's been a fun ride and I look forward to seeing whatever else Mr brooks ends up writing. if you liked the previous books you'll like this one