Tree Dungeon

Divine Seed, Book 1
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
Series: Divine Seed Series, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 37 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (217 ratings)

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This wasn't supposed to happen.

The gods should have agreed to fight the giants and let Ragnarök run its course and bring about the end of time. For a new world could only rise from the ashes of the old. But because the gods prophesied to die refused to take part, Yggdrasil - the World Tree - was forced to act before the stalemate led to the annihilation of the nine worlds and its very existence.

 And so I was born.

One of the many seeds dispersed by the mighty World Tree, I was teleported through different planes and universes to find a new home where to settle. Eventually, I landed in a strange forest known as the Feverwood. However, this place is nothing like my home world. Here, there are no mighty Vikings or Valkyries, but humans, elves, orcs, and other strange creatures.

If I want to flourish and carry on the World Tree's legacy, I will have to grow my roots and expand my branches towards the sky. But if, at first, I rely on the ambient magic to power my growth, as my Mother did before me, I quickly learn that there's a far more efficient way....

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An enjoyable experience.

I really enjoyed this book.
It has decent world building and nice dimensions to its characters.
No music or sound effects.

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great book

More authors should be like this one. This is a great story without all the filth.

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Compelling story

No rigid systems, DnD inspired world with crossover to Norse myth. Good narrator.

I would recommend this story to those who would like these themes.

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Amazing!

this has been one of the best LITrpgs I have ever heard or read, I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys this genre!

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Very well made

The narrator was a pleasure to hear, all the thing the world tree did was always a head of the curd. Hopefully the rest of the series come too.

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Refreshing

A refreshing new take on a genre that can easily go stale. Way too short! Looking forward to the other books.

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Not bad, not good

The storyline is rather plain and usually predictable. I can't say I liked it or disliked it, nothing new here. However, the thoughtfulness put into the character Immix leaves me hopeful that Andrew Karevik can step up his game in the future.

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It's pretty good

There is no suspense but the story is well enough written to survive without it. I'll read the sequal.

The double standard in the moralizing in the story makes it more tollerable.

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a touch of Norse to help

in the story we can a touch of Norse mythology and bring it along this was an excellent idea step directly using the Norse mythology itself it's developing it for the next stage it should be interesting to see what happens in the next book