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Publisher's Summary

After the pain of lost friends and party members, Tad, gold key in hand, faces the endless class tower.

Mysteries and secrets lie within. Trials turn to battles with other voids. With new strength come new challenges. His warrior trial looms ahead, with warrior rank dungeons waiting beyond. 

Old friends and new band together to raid dungeons and find adventure in the second installment of the Dungeon Slayer LitRPG adventure series.

©2021 Blythecon (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Good one

Okay so it continues with the MC thinking he is the best dungeon leader without any actual experience he doesn't even know the damn symbols on the dungeons entrance but im so glad he has that epiphany at the end otherwise i don't think i would have bought the 3rd book but other than that it was full with interesting and hard fights even with all the mistakes the MC makes i just hope there is more of the tower class

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great book

ooohhh where to begin. well I loved it and I hope there's a third. yep. this will do.

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Great read

Loved the 2nd book. Moved in unexpectedly good directions. Story development keeps ones attention. Can’t wait for more books.

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Good second book.

Austin Rising did a great job. My only issue with this audio book is some of the fights feel like they take to long. That being stated was a good audio book, and I hope others enjoy it also.

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don't listen

book one was ok there were some flaws but in general it was ok bu I binged this one and it was far from my expectations.

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the MC kept getting super close to dieing and then miraculassly getting out of it, he forgot abilities and magic spells when it suited the storyline, got into a super boring predictable and badly written romance that is completely superficial with you guessed the line cutter and if you didnt get the line thing or see that coming you probably have a life, did I mention the forgetting magic part because it was really frustrating yelling out jus cast spell all the time, there was no explenation as to how others get abilities or magic or any world building at all, he just gave up on the class tower after like 3 tries and last but not least there were barely any breaks between fights and you would think that it would be cool but once you been through it a cupple of times it's not exiting anymore and this is how it goes
-non important people die
-the author uses level ups to cheat
-the MC does a lot of damage and uses some boring tactics
-and the mc comes close to dieing but inevitably gets out of it because he's the mc

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Well Written

I enjoy the system and story. The characters are fun and I can't wait to see more in the next book.

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Captivating!!

this book much like the first of its trilogy are amazing and i hope/cant wait for the third book makes its way to audible soon! the voice for the book on here was amazing and painted the images for the book perfectly!

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Better than the 1st

I like how we are finally getting more information on the voids and how the MC is finally starting to u derstand how he isn't as good a dungeon leader as he thinks and he's finally starting reflect on himself abit

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eh...like the overall plot

I liked the overall plot, but the fight scenes are going Dragonball Z. Its sooo cheesy. I think I am done with this series.

If you like that style, go ahead, the writing is generally engaging.

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Pronounce 'Shown'

Good god. It's like the writer learned a new word and very much over uses it, and the narrator doesn't know how to pronounce it. I don't remember this in the first book, but it's so jarring in this second book that it tears the listener out of the story. I'm very much not a grammar Nazi (or try not to be), but pronunciation of everyday words just breaks that wall for me.

Austin: Say "Show" Add and "n" to the end of it.

Show-n.

Show. n.

Shown.

Not "ShoRn." Not "ShAWRn." Its "Shown."

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  • Jim Brodie
  • 12-11-21

Awful MC poorly written

This is one of the worse MCs in fiction.

See my other reviews in book 1 & 3

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  • Phil Ogden
  • 05-03-21

Grate book

A great Rags to riches story or So it seems!
And I for one cannot wait for the next one

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  • Mr Daniel Arton-Powell
  • 03-30-21

I loved everything about this book and performance

Brilliant book and series. It is original, easy to read and the story moves excellently.
I can't wait for the next Audible production of the books in this series. Well done Konrad!