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Dungeon Deposed: Book 3

Sprecher: Andrea Parsneau
Serie: Dungeon Deposed Series, Titel 3
Spieldauer: 13 Std. und 55 Min.
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Ryker only had one goal in his life right now: turn a certain adventuring guild into a flaming wreck while dancing merrily through the smoldering ruins. All for the chance to get back at a handful of people.

It didn’t work out that way though.

At all.

He’d died, been forced into the body of an avatar, absconded with the queen as her castle fell to betrayal, kidnapped a little kid who is obviously more than he seems, and to top all that off, he killed his undead father.

The smoldering ruins of the queendom have cooled, the patterns reset, and Ryker has a task that is more than likely too much for him.

Take the queendom back, destroy two armies, and give Lauren, the rightful queen, back her crown.

Warning and minor spoiler: This novel contains graphic violence, undefined relationships/harem, unconventional opinions/beliefs, and a hero who is as tactful as a dog at a cat show. Listen at your own risk.

©2019 William D. Arand (P)2019 William D. Arand

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fantasy adventure that lost most of it's steam

Most characters are boring, bland shadows of their former self including the protagonist. The Clair-Bianca-drama exists only to give the listener a last minute shock and makes no sense at all. It knocks the whole down quite a bit. Ppl with near godly abilities seem to just sprout out of the ground everywhere. Nearly all romantic relations of the first 2 stories lost their relevance, so these characters are pushed to side line without any care, they don't even get a big death(wich would be much more brave on the writers side, than the Clair-drama), they just fizzle into the background to be nearly forgotten. All interesting character interactions from before are now exchanged for things like gods talking mystical nonsense. When the story needs the protagonist to do legendary deeds he just gets power from...somewhere and does it without effort, but at other times he's to weak to outrun and defeat a mage that has not nearly as much experience and ressources as he has.