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Dungeon Man Sam and the Orphaned Core
- Dungeon Man Sam, Book 1
- Narrated by: Chris Ciulla
- Length: 19 hrs and 22 mins
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Samuel Tolliver holds a deep and abiding hatred for Dungeons. For years he's been working and scheming to rid them from existence, and now he’s got a plan to do it.
But there's a problem: dungeons form the backbone of national economies and their construction is big business in this world. It doesn’t help that Sam’s father runs one of the world’s premier dungeon construction companies, or that Sam works for the family business.
And when a series of disastrous events culminate in the death of Sam and everyone he knows, it seemed that all was lost. Until a voice came to him, offering a deal he could not refuse.
Now Dungeon Man Sam has returned to life as the guardian for a strange new dungeon core. To save himself and his family, Sam must construct a dungeon like the world has never seen and defend it against all comers, be they monstrous or adventurous.
If he succeeds, he'll see his family once more. If he fails, oblivion awaits.
And somewhere, beyond his awareness, something ancient and terrible stirs and takes notice.
Dungeon Man Sam is a slow-burn character-focused dungeon-building LitRPG novel with a unique leveling system and elements of crafting and real time strategy.
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This is the quickest nope of my life
I didn't even last five minutes.
Son tinkers with an incredibly volatile dungeon core on the kitchen table in the small home he shares with his family.
Mother sees him do this, understands what happening, and instead of backing off or waiting for him to stop to beat his ass up, she sneaks up on him and ambush-thwaks him on the head - seemingly displaying a critical lack of wanting to not be blown up.
Then the stupid 'Mum' class and 'Mum-thwack' debuffs from the system.
In 5 minutes.
Maybe someone finds this funny. I find it so stupid I just couldn't continue. A warning of things to come, a warning I heeded and noped out.
5 people found this helpful
High potential for a good story to come
This has a potential to be a good series there were some parts in the book that we're a little forced but at the same time it was good We have yet to see what will happen with this series but he sets things up for the next book in a good way
1 person found this helpful
- Joshua Blakeman
could be better
The main character is not relatable and the story had potential but the main character ruins it.