• The Crafter's Defense

  • Dungeon Crafting, Book 2
  • By: Jonathan Brooks
  • Narrated by: Louise Cooksey
  • Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (707 ratings)

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The Crafter's Defense

By: Jonathan Brooks
Narrated by: Louise Cooksey
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Sandra managed to survive the first major incursion from the nearby Orcs, thanks in part to the help a certain half-orc/half-dwarf provided. However, Kelerim left her dungeon to seek out his father, leaving her all alone with just Winxa - her dungeon fairy - as company.

With the loss of her new friend comes some opportunities, at least; she now has the freedom to craft whatever she wants, and the threat of her dungeon core’s destruction from outside forces is practically absent. She even has the opportunity to upgrade her core size, unlocking additional constructs for use as dungeon monsters, as well as a new core-specific skill.

Unfortunately for Sandra, a particular action outside of the dungeon has unintentionally drawn attention to her activities, and there’s now a very serious threat to her survival. Racing against the clock, the crafting-based dungeon needs to find a way to prevent her destruction, all the while dealing with the problems her expanding area of influence has created.

Because it’s not only the nearby races that she has to deal with - but the nearby dungeons, as well.

This dungeon core story contains litRPG/gamelit elements such as statistics and leveling and a heavy crafting emphasis. No profanity and no harems.

©2019 Jonathan Brooks (P)2019 Jonathan Brooks

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awesome story

I love this series so much I can't wait for the next one it seems like the more you listen the more you want the only bad thing about this book is that it had to end

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Excellent book

This was a great book and I enjoyed the narration. It's a slow burn and focused around crafting, but the story did advance. It is worth the time and money for the audiobook and I can't wait for book 3.

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The Author reads too many dungeon statistics

The Author tends to fill up a lot of time with statistics about dungeon core materials, He therefore wastes over an hour each book, with this. this misleads his listener in thinking the book is 10 hours long when it is 8.5 hours in length. Although the book is interesting it is very disappointing because of the above. Less statistics would be great, I do not enjoy fake writing, since you have talent for writing its a pity.

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So much fun

I really enjoyed this book and I am ready for book 3. Keep writing great books for all of us to enjoy.

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such suspence

love the story, can’t wait to find-out what happens in the next nxt book.

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Creation Abounds

I really liked the first book in this series, it had crafting, dungeon building, new dungeon monsters. Crafter's defense builds on all of that while filling out the plot that was hinted at in the first book. I enjoyed the fast paced, but not overpowered, growth and discoveries that were made in this book. I also enjoyed seeing Sandra try to carve out her own place in the world.

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a great second installment

honestly other then a little cringey dialog where people are maybe a little less disbelieving then they probably should be, an all around excellent book.

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