In the many parallel worlds filling the universe, earth is a rare world which possessed the largest amount of 'interference' from other worlds. The most common interference is the summoning of heroes and reincarnation. This story is no different except that in the process of calling the desired people, the efforts of three goddesses were messed with causing the summoned to not be the older brother or the father. Instead a four year old child was summoned.
Backed by her love of fairy tales and folklore, we shall see how this young child with the help of her lazy best friend and pet cat will change the very face of the world starting from a tiny cloud and becoming a dungeon filled with any and all fairy tales she had heard of and watched.
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I have a little problem. I find a book I realy like and am like: "wow that was great, who wrote this!" then I look and who's name do I see? "Damn, Its Nathan Valerio (VRDraco on RR) again!". how does this guy write so many diferent stories? sigh. I realy like this author, the only problem is that this guy has so many ideas that he cant comit to a series. my favorite book of his is definitly Clockwork... sadly it hast seen the light on day in two years (TT^TT) . Anyways I was supper happy to see that this book got a sequal at least.
This book is another Dungeon LITrpg. They have been pretty popular lately; I myself love them a lot. The twist that this dungeon book gets is that the dungeon's soul was a little girl. because of this she wants a peacfull fairytale filled dungeon. her mentality shapes her dungeon into a place filled with dreams. If I were a bit younger, that dungeon would probably be the ultimate dreamland for me too. its that sort of place. I cant help but chear her on and wonder what story she will bring to life next time.
overall, Its a great adition to the ever growing Dungeon story genre. anyone who loves those will need to give this one a try. its not as gory and action filled as most dungeon storys, but its got its own charm.
Read the entire book on Amazon little grammar and spelling errors here and there but nothing so serious that it would change the story. The characters are constantly fleshing themselves out adding new quirks to the characters to make them more real in the mind of the reader. The story pulls you in and makes you want to turn page after page of the story. Put together all these elements and you have another wonerful story by VRDraco.
Though I wish he would finish writing the second book of the Slime Tamer's Chronicles or The Mystery of the Dungeon those were also good books.
With good intentions a fellow reader and amateur author.
this is grate it takes kid-friendly fantasy advancer to a whole new level. this story is wonderful and I love everything involved in it. the MC is the sweetest little cinnamon bun ever and I love it. There's a well-developed world as well and everything is just great.
The writing is fine and the idea is great, but the characters are just so, so annoying that I can't bear to read for long periods. That and the author is using reasoning that is flimsy at best for the expansion, which is just bothersome.
First off i'll say is i normally love dungeon stories, so finding myself droping this is odd to say the least.
maybe its because i read the RRL version instead of the amazon idk.
I found the story so far to be quite repeditive, and having poor word choices quite often.
the main issue i think is that i really don't care about any character so far.
the "main" character the dungeon i don't even like when she shows up . honestly there's so much jumping around i don't feel that anyone is a main character.
Great story btw in the synopsis u might wanna mention the book is up for free on Amazon kindle if you have kindle unlimited
Its a great story
thats all I have to say
A fun novel with plot armor built in realistically. The author writes a fun world of fantasy with all your favorite childhood stories. It is a whimsical tale that people can read and enjoy the growth of the dungeon. Not a deep read, but still enjoyable.
Mapping out the creatures that are in the dungeon can help with dungeon books.
the characters ether do not have a personality beyond protect the mc or they are compleatly inconsistent. clover for instance starts off as an overly emotional but competent dude, and then suddenly he becomes a ratiuonal and likable guy who doesn't actually do anthing signifigant leaving it to his students and just accepting what they sugjest or give him.
Also tampering with duneon cores seems to be sothing that has precident as well as even curuppting spirits inside dungeons yet for some reason they act as though what he has done is unthinkably intolerable when as the leading reaserch of a fairlly powerfull nation his understanding of the world should be fairlly mainstream but everthing that he sais is dissreguarded and never brought up again so if he is so widdly aknowlaged as wrong how is he also seen as a genious, who litteraly has the royal library under his given domain, that can counsesl the queen on non-magical topics.
second of all is the abbused token character Waid. the story is all about girl power so it is understandable if the men are incompetent, one demintional (the two jacks as prime examples), or evil, but this kid was enslaved by clover had his spirit imprisond in a plant and then had his dungeon powers userped and used by clover. so his dungeon fairy takes him to the MC's dungeon where he is forced to hand over all his mana, striped of his dungeon control powers, and is incapable of leaving until someone else (his dungeon fairy) decides he is not traumatized by what has happend to him. and when tries to do anything or lashes out he is seen as the bad guy only when he willinglly gives up his autonamy and just suports the MC who is daiametrically opposed to his way of doing things is he treated as a good boy by the other characters