Slime Dungeon by Jeffery Falcon Logue
Narrated by Ryan Turner
The Slime Dungeon is a tale about a Dungeon Core named “Doc” and his Dungeon Pixie, whose name escapes me while I am writing the review. That is the majority of this book, I am afraid. I appreciate the attempt into the sub-genre this author decided to bring to the table, however it feels really rough. I would have taken this idea back to the drawing board once or twice and nailed out a lot of the dents and dings the plot holes created in this story.
It is definitely a more satirical and comedic form of the litrpg genre, having been around for a while and not having gotten to it yet tells you something. If you are really interested in some more dungeon-world building and really love Slime as a game mob. This is the book for you.
I had a hard time getting into the characters and the story, as the dialogue and relationship seems a little…forced? Non-organic perhaps. I found myself quickly wandering off mentally and getting bored easily. The series may improve with the next books, I, unfortunately, will not be there for them.
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