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When dungeon delvers and dinosaurs clash, who can survive? 

Newborn Dungeon Cores must choose what entity they help contain, and that choice determines what monsters they are able to summon. After being executed for crimes forgotten in death, Tira is given the chance to make that choice. Tira chose Acekorah, the Primeval Terror, a being so dangerous few cores will risk trying to contain it. 

The danger wasn’t important. Tira remembers dying. If containing Acekorah means Tira will face greater danger, that’s a risk worth taking, because the Primeval Terror walked the world long before the races of Man roamed the earth, and Cores bound to him are able to summon beings from beyond the veil of time. 

Now, forged in the fires of Tira's wrath, the dinosaurs will walk the world anew.

©2020 Alex Raizman (P)2021 Alex Raizman

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solid

I do have some criticisms, a few hours from the end i almost returned the book when the MC does a thing that, though hinted at earlier, just feels weird and doesn't really improve the story.

I didn't return it, and the rest of the book is good - so I'm glad i just stuck with it.


SBT crew is amazing as always.

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Grows into something typical

Starts off as a unique, fast-paced, dark fantasy about a reborn dungeon core. But soon, the MC finds a group to be a favorite and remind her how great humanity is, so they get plot armor. Then it turns into a basic dungeon core litrpg with a lighter focus on the actual dungeon as you go a long. It's not a bad story, it's just disappointing how much better it could have been if the author didn't settle less the half way through.

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Dinosaurs in a dungeon!

Tira life ends in a fiery act of defiance, but that isn’t the end of her story. She is reborn as a dungeon that can summon dinosaurs! She will need to grow strong enough to avenge death.

Wrath is a fantastic dungeon core book. I’m not going to spoil it, but the book’s plot hook and character twist are amazing! I am hoping that more dungeon core books sue this concept. Soundbooth does a great job narrating this book.

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so good!

Dinosaurs and dungeons? oh my...what a great listen I loved both narrators they did a great job! please give it a listen you won't regret it!

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Dungeons, Dragons, and Dinosaurs

Firstly, the narration of this book was amazing. It really could not have been better. As for the book itself, it is fun, funny, and thrilling. As with most of the books in this genre, the magic system was needlessly detailed for a book. I sometimes think most LitRPGs are written by failed game creators. However, mercifully, it is still easy enough to follow and the author doesn't drown us in stat spam, so well done there. As for the main plot, I found it well thought out and completely riveting at the end. If there are more books in the series, I'll be heading there now. I've grown to love the characters and can't wait to spend more time with them.

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no need for pylons

Overall a great experience and ride..
My great criticism was the refinance to pylons and pun*ishment, got me excited but there were was no follow through.

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fantastic dungeon core novel!

Great story and narration!

Our MC starts off as a human but is put to death and finds herself turned into a dungeon core. Finding out that an elder being is about to escape she chooses to imprison it and thus gains dinosaurs as her main mob type. Now she must do her best to create her own fantastic dungeon and deal with the mysterious issues that almost brought about the ancient creatures release...

Soundbooth does a fantastic job with the narration!

This is a wonderful addition to the dungeon core genre!

I can't wait to find out what happens next!

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Just couldn't stick with it

I bought this without reading reviews or listening to sample because I love Annie and Jeff, both do a wonderful job as always. The story, however, does not hold my attention well. It started off okay, but by halfway through the book I find my thoughts wandering and I have to backtrack a few minutes just to remember what was going on. I liked the idea behind the world but I just don't care for what the main character (Tierra?) and supporting guide (Pierre?) they are doing. I was hoping g for dinosaurs killing everything in the dungeon, maybe breaking out into the world, not a main character who starts to feel sorry for half the people that enter the dungeon and manipulate it to not kill them. I'm not going to return it because I did somewhat enjoy the first half, unfortunately I will have to mark it as read and let it sit because it just can't hold my attention around the 10 hours left mark.

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Dinosaur Dungeon do I need to say more?

This is now one of my top 5 favorite Dungeon Core books. I really enjoyed the unique elements that made it different from others in the same genre. The story was well told and I really enjoyed the different characters. I am really looking forward to the next book and I can't wait to see how the story evolves from here.

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Great Story!

One of the best Dungeon building books I've listened to. I definitely recommend this to anyone!

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  • Nordlending
  • 10-10-21

The Dungeon Core books I didn't know I wanted

This book was great, and I have enjoyed it a lot. I can't wait for a sequal.

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  • Dominic Juckes
  • 09-17-21

from murder hungry dungeon to mostly murder hungry

the dungeon management aspect of the book while important is far from the focus of the book rather it focuss on exiting combat and the progression of the main character from wanting to kill everyone she possibly can for revenge for her death to someone who cares about her dinosaurs and dungeon wisp.

the world building is also very good with little bits sprinkled here and their rather then a massive info dump.

all in all I'd say it's an exceptional story which gives dungeons an exiting purpose which also explains why they are called dungeons.