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Dungeon Walkers 3

By: Daniel Schinhofen
Narrated by: Stephanie Savannah
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Since starting a crew—and a relationship—with Cyra and Trish, Stern was hopeful…and nervous. They’d officially registered their crew, Pawsitively Irregular, with their icon depicting a polydactyl cat’s paw.

Leaving Darkstone behind, they arrived in Waterrock, settling in to find more crew members. A lucky encounter introduced them to Cammie and Vulk, dwarven siblings. The two were hesitant, but agreed to a trial run through the local dungeon. That first run went well, and Cammie and Vulk signed on permanently with Stern’s crew; however, the camaraderie was a little lacking, so they spent time in the city, training and getting to know one another.

By the time they’d reached the town of Whitewater, they’d started to gel as a unit both inside and out of the dungeons. During their time together, Cammie and Vulk admitted that they were running dungeons to save their mother, who had been fractured when they were children.

It was after a night out that Vulk met his future wife...and an old enemy came back into Stern’s life. Victor Bloodcoin hadn’t forgiven Stern for his son’s death and, by using Vulk as a hostage, the old mayor forced a confrontation. Once the dust settled, Victor was dead, Vulk had been freed, and Stern had a goal: calling on his family, he had the dwarves’ mother retrieved and reborn, then brought her to the city. The happy reunion allowed Vulk and his lover to settle down and marry.

Cammie stayed on even though her brother had given up running, and the crew headed north toward Mistwood. The writing was nearly on the wall, and emotions were running high. They needed to find more crew members and see how that would affect them—they’d find out when they reached the next city.

©2022 Daniel Schinhofen (P)2022 Mountaindale Press

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Good book

Great series and I really enjoy it. I look forward to more and seeing what the author has for us.

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  • Daniel
  • 20-09-22

highly recommend

I really love this author's work. off the top of my head I don't remember exactly which series I started with but I kind of started towards what he had recently released and was working my way backwards. I have yet to read the alpha World Series but it was kind of a surprise here in this book to see that it seems that they're connected and that our hero in this story is the sun of our hero from that story. there was recently a sale on Audible so I picked up the entire Alpha Series and now that I'm finished with this book intend to go over and listen to that. I also get some information from the author's blog and it appears that unfortunately this series is in a bit of trouble and May come to a soft close though it sounded that the author hadn't quite decided yet on whether or not he was going to end the series. it would be sad to see the end but considering how this particular book concluded it's definitely one of the better ways to finish a series off if you had to end it early. so I'll keep my fingers crossed that it continues on but if it doesn't and you're reading this review then treat it as a Trilogy you won't be sorry to still buy into the story. lastly there was a narrator change which is almost always jarring as all get out, but in this case holy hell did she not get out of the park. I didn't notice the transition at all once I was into the story. both narrators are top-notch in my opinion but I always got to point out when a new narrator comes in manages to just nail the hell out of that transition. a round of applause for everybody who had a hand in bringing the story to us the audible listeners. well done really and truly and I cannot wait for what comes next.

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  • Meh
  • 20-09-22

great series

Sad on the loss of Travis Baldree as narrator but its great that Stephanie Savannah picked it up so no loss. Great series. Like the characters and story.

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  • Donald
  • 14-09-22

Another great listen.

It's abit sappy. Different Narrator.

Loved it.

Since I still have to make this so many words.

If you like Dan, you'll love book.

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  • Brandy Wallen
  • 13-11-22

Sweet Adventure

This trilogy (so far) is a sweet coming of age story with plenty of overcoming adversity and dungeon diving. More slice of life than hack and slash. It has an interesting world and skill/magic system. I can't wait to see what comes next.

Although I don't usually like when a narrator changes between books, Stephanie did a great job.

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  • Banecrow
  • 20-10-22

Another great book

Really love this series. They had to change narrators for this book but luckily the new person is better imo. please keep writing i want to see what happens next.

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  • DarkLion
  • 14-10-22

Really good

At the beginning I wasn't liking this much, I guess it was because of the narrator cuz now that it change, I felt way better as the voices where actually female.

The history is getting better and it might get as good as alfa world did, I have good hopes for this history.

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  • iseedeadcars
  • 09-10-22

loved this book

what a great book what a great series love the characters. great job on narration cant wait for more

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-10-22

I really enjoy Schinhofen's books

I really have enjoyed the Dungeon Walkers series and can't wait for the rest

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  • Francis Schweitzer
  • 05-10-22

It’s a “sneequel“… A sneaky sequel

It took a few books but he just revealed that this is Delta World….well done Daniel, well done.

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  • Kelly
  • 26-09-22

Loved it

I don't read many harem books but I have liked this series. More so the story and the way the world works but I'm glad to see all the characters progress and new ones be introduced. I don't know what's next for stern but hoping for more dungeon runs

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