The Savage Caves

A Dungeons & Dragons Novel, Book 1
Narrated by: Dolph Amick
Series: Dungeons & Dragons, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 12 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The first book in a series featuring characters from the D&D core rules. Featuring the iconic characters that appeared throughout the latest edition of the D&D game, this new series will attract new players and readers to the various worlds featured in the Wizards of the Coast book-publishing line. The already familiar characters and D&D-related content will also make this series very approachable to current players.

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I liked the Goblin PoV

I liked the Goblin PoV, made everything more interesting. Would have 5 starred it excrpt the unnatural shortness of the book made it so nothing seemed to have as much time and development as it needed. But lots of little things kept it interesting. Characters were a bit canned but could be worse.

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Solid D&D Adventure in the Classic TSR Mode

The story is basic, but the adventure sterling as the editorial team capably translates the ideals of a D&D adventure from a module to the printed page with characters afforded some depth and a subterranean mystery. Thoroughly enjoyable.

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Ok overall

The story was good. The author brought to life the goblins instead of them being faceless monsters. I did not like the narrator's tone of speaking which sounded like he was reading to grade school children.

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Decent D&D story but awkward narration

I really enjoyed it but the narrator sounds like he is reading to small children.

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Story is OK, very predictable

Story very predictable. voice actor did not suite the characters. Was OK, wouldn't listen to again.

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A decent book

I liked it, however the story wasn't what a real did game would be but it was good anyway.

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best option for rpg fans

it may not be comparable to LotR or anything like it, but it is a great book for fantasy fans. Being one, I liked it very much and I recommend it.

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  • 04-26-19

Great story, vocab a little off.

This book was extremely well written, however the narration was pretty poor. Alot of the characters you couldn't distinguish the voices from one another. And certain words were pronounced incorrectly. ie. Feral (feh-rool) was said fee-rool. The hobgoblin and other creatures were done amazingly