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The Dungeon Alaria: A Gamelit Novel

Portal Dungeon Prime Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
Length: 7 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (66 ratings)

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The world of Alaria is changing, and the goddess who created it has no idea why.
On the eve of the apocalypse, Liam is transported to another world, along with his house....

Liam was waiting for his father to come home from work when the house shook, and two moons appeared overhead. Stranded within a land where he doesn't speak the language and people are set on attacking him, he must survive in this new land where nothing makes sense.

A gorgeous princess holds the key to him learning about this new world he has found himself in, and little of it is good news. First up, learning why people keep attacking his house.

©2019 Joshua Kern (P)2019 Tantor

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Pathetic protagonist

I’m sorry, but the protagonist of this book is pathetic! Oh no! I can’t handle the outside world! Oh no! I can’t kill my enemies! I’ve read novels with characters that are mentally scared that they’re practically useless during a battle or events, but this protagonist of the book is just pathetic! God I wanted to beat the shit out of this moron! He’s as pathetic as Shinji from Evangelion! The book is good, but I’m sorry, the protagonist is the biggest let down that makes me want to get a refund.

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set up book hopefully for a better series

this is a set-up Book for a new series it's not something that is a traditional dungeon story but it is a good goddamn story normally with Easter stories you'd have a harem involvement but not with this the high road is taken and for that it shows the author knows how to write a good dungeon story it also shows promise of what's to come

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Enjoyable but...

First off props to author and narrator, I admire the effort and skill they both displayed in writing and performing respectively.

Spoilers: The reason I’m giving 3 stars is due to how little I truly cared about the outcome of the story. It is almost like the author was trying to see how far plot armor could be pushed. MC Attacked at his house-impenetrable barrier, can’t speak the language-no worries here’s a princess to do it and etc. it also seems like the author decided to change the story halfway through writing it. The prologue and first half of the story build towards a real gritty and epic family struggle only to cop out at the last minute using plot armor. I get not killing humans, but crying over killing the most horrible monsters the MC has ever seen that are trying to kill him, and take his house. I mean come on.

Narration was good, but didn’t really bring much life to the characters or story. Also only game lit in that he could see and interact with his “dungeon” on his phone.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Main character is a pacifist<br />

I hate this why of thinking. if someone is trying to hurt or kill you then you have obligations of Defending yourself. All life is sacred is bullshits If somone choose to hurt someone or try to kill them. then their life is forfeit.

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Weak MC

MC is too weak, basically nearly a pacifist with all the nauseating angst when he has to kill people and monsters intent on killing him. I will probably get the next book, but if the MC continues as is, I will drop the series and the author and never look back.

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Not to bad overall

The story itself was lacking at times but the preformance was more then made up for it though.