☆ Reading ☆ Dungeon Desolation Author Dakota Krout ✓ womens studies – survivingtheholocaust.us

Dungeon Desolation The necromantic armies are on the warpath and nowhere is safe Even the presumed sanctuary of the floating dungeon controlled by Cal is threatened The leadership of nearly all the sentient monarchies has been wiped out, and only the races most suited to repelling the advancing darkness have an intact chain of command.Cal learns quickly that the most pressing threat is not the far off war, but is instead those entrusted with the general population s protection As it turns out, the idea of having a flying dungeon for your people is very tempting indeed Dale has been facing his trials and tribulations better than anyone else could have hoped for, but when the war takes a turn for the worse, his duties are forcibly assumed by another Since his only chance at survival is painful and rigorous advancement, Dale must learn if his strength of will can develop into strength alone If not, the world itself may be at risk. New Download Dungeon Desolation by Dakota Krout For Kindle ePUB or eBook – survivingtheholocaust.us

    10 thoughts on “☆ Reading ☆ Dungeon Desolation Author Dakota Krout ✓ womens studies – survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    Guess I m the only one who didn t love this book For me, this book basically killed the series First it destroys a bunch of established rules Such as essence not being used up but being drawn back into the body after the cultivator used it Now it s used up and people need to refill It also ignores how essence was supposedly being generated rather than a constant We see tha...


  2. says:

    Not the bestI really have enjoyed this author, but this book is not well constructed The story feels rushed and cobbled together The first three books had a destination while this book starts with something the veers left and right Its been hard for me to read because I really loved this series I really dig the ritualistic books as well, but because of this book I m afraid of what he will do to that series You can t always introduceandoverpowered characters or solutions.If you w Not the bestI really have enjoyed this author, but this book is not well constructed The story feels rushed and cobbled together The first three books had a destination while this book starts with something the veers left and right Its been hard for me to read because I really loved this series I really dig the ritualistic books as well, but because of this book I m afraid of what ...


  3. says:

    The gold standardWhen it comes to dungeon stories, there s none better than the Divine Dungeon While I personally feel that this particular iteration felt rushed, it was still wildly entertaining and scratched the dungeon itch.Now to put up with the long wait until the next ...


  4. says:

    I blame Dakota for my lack of sleep..Seriously Meant to read a chapter or two and it is now nearly dawn.This work stands among the top most tier of quality dungeon core lit Entertaining, engaging, and impossible to put down.If you ve read the previous in this series and are debating this one then stop your foolish dawdling and go allocate the rest of your day for this If you are new to this author then start at the beginning rather than here but by all means start You Will Not Regret It I blame Dakota for my lack of sleep..Seriously Meant to read a chapter or two and it is now nearly dawn.This work stands among the top most tier of quality dungeon core lit Entertaining, engaging, and impossible to put down.If you ve read the previous in this series and are debating this one then stop your foolish dawdling and go allocate the rest of your day for this If you are new to this auth...


  5. says:

    The Divine Dungeon series established and has maintained the standard for a dungeon core story in my opinion It separates itself so fully from the others that I find myself mentally groaning when other series try adding in a dungeon resource building trope.So I am a little sad to say that reading this book was a fairly hollow experience The witty banter and puns that initially separated Dakota from thegeneric offerings of other authors felt a little bit like a caricature this time around The Divine Dungeon series established and has maintained the standard for a dungeon core story in my opinion It separates itself so fully from the others that I find myself mentally groaning when other series try adding in a dungeon resource building trope.So I am a little sad to say that reading this book was a fairly hollow experience The witty banter and puns that initially separated Dakota from thegeneric offerings of other authors felt a little bit like a caricature this time around It s similar to how two pinches of salt compared to one can mean the difference between a great food item and something that even the dog gives a side eye to I m exaggerating a bit, of course, because this story was far from bad.Maybe it s just me but I feel like moving stakes to the fate of the world level is usually a mistake Firstly, because there is nowhere to go afterward that seems very important and there is still anot...


  6. says:

    I dislike dungeon books, and yet I love this seriesThe author called this the penultimate book in the series and quite a lot happens therein, looking forward to the next book where hopefully Barry gets what s coming to him.


  7. says:

    Next one announced So excited Didn t know Krout had a Patreon, does anyone have a link to it


  8. says:

    Dakota Krout know knows how to writeI love the Divine Dungeon Series Book 4 wasCal goodness and random funny things does not see coming like killer snowmen I almost couldn t read the end of the scene because I was laughing to hard Thanks for anothe...


  9. says:

    Interesting I am giving this book 5 stars as I really enjoyed the story.My frustration is I feel as if the author rushed through the story and hit the reader with a hard right turn for no other reason then to setup the n...


  10. says:

    Call in the Cal vary, this is amazing I had to make the Cal joke sorry.This was AMAZING The only thing I didn t like is that it wasn t longer and I had to wait as long as I did to get it.The fantastic storytelling returns with Cal, Dale, and the rest of the folks that inhabit Mountaindale Twists, turns, intrigue, puns,puns, and a few ...

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