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Dungeon Eternium

Divine Dungeon Series, Book 5
Auteur(s): Dakota Krout
Narrateur(s): Luke Daniels
Durée: 10 h et 7 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 évaluations)

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Unlikely allies uniting across the world. Blood feuds that span centuries. A single chance at life. 

The world watches the sky with trepidation. The insanity of Xenocide knew no bounds, and all will soon suffer the effects he had planned for a millennium. Though none know what is to come, they all know it isn't going to be easy to survive. 

The Master has a plan, one that can give the world at large a way to escape the onrushing desolation. It may be on the bleeding edge of morality and what he needs might prove too difficult to secure, but The Master asks for trust. 

Cal and Dale both have their role to play as the world hurtles toward destruction. One needs to bring the races of the world together while the other simply needs to survive. Surrounded by supposed allies, the duo will do all that they can to succeed - but with every new arrival comes rising tensions and faltering trust. 

The apocalypse is coming. Will honor or greed stand the test of time?

©2019 Mountaindale Press (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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Amazing book poor narrator

Luke Daniels can not do very good female voices especially in comparison to this series previous narrator.

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Good book, good voice actor

It's good book, that also answered questions about the past books. With that said, it does feels like some characters have had personality changes without any real reason. Though that could be because of the new voice actor and the way he changed their voices. Which I really like as he brings a new depth to the majority of characters. But it does feel like some characters that where prioritized with the last voice actor where overlooked with this new one. A prefect example of this would be Danny, because with Adams she had a voice variation and felt like a living character and different from other characters. While with Luke she has no voice variations, and she's more forgettable and feels like a background character rather than a main sidekick, as there's no difference between her voice and the narrative or people like Dale or Cal.

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  • Chris Chayer
  • SISTER BAY, WI
  • 2019-10-15

Vikas Adam was better.

Let me start by saying I like the narrator Luke Daniels, but Vikas Adam was better. Also not sure why they felt the need to switch narrators so far into a book series, Vikas also had more distinct voices which made it easier to follow. A disappointing change for this fan of Dakota Kraut.

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  • liam
  • 2019-10-15

New Narrator

I enjoy both voice actors. However, I feel like this is an entirely new book and am struggling to feel the same investment in the characters.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-10-16

Narrator Change

The narrator changes which through me off, but the book is still good. My only problem with the story is that the epilogue was not longer.

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  • Sherri Murphy-Jacobs
  • CLEMSON, SC, United States
  • 2019-10-15

the change is jarring!

though I enjoy Luke Daniels as a narrator, in this instance his narration was disapointing. it isn't that Vykas Adams is a better narrator, but that the voices of the characters have been established over multiple novels and Luke's choices in voices don't even attempt to stay in the same mode as the previous stories. Vykas's oriental sounding voices were changed to southern twangs by Luke. British accents turned to French. Smooth, masterful voices turned harsh and craggy. these voices would have been fine if we weren't already used to significantly different ones. the dramatic shift in voice really causes a cognitive dissonance that detracts from listening enjoyment.

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  • Shawn Hetzel
  • 2019-10-15

Not the same

It has the same characters but their personalities, I feel, have changed drastically with the changing of the narrator. The book's information is still good. Luke Daniels is a good narrated, if he had started the series, it probably wouldn't have been a problem.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-10-17

new voice and too short

overall it was a decent story, but the new voice really threw things off, and it was far to short and sadly kind of predictable. It was a nice story overall. I just hope audible learns to use the same voice acter for a series.

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  • payton
  • 2019-10-17

would suggest reading the book.

I have loved and highly suggested the previous books in this story line, this one though continued the plot with the characters I've come to love left something to be desired. the first problem is a change in voice actor, characters that had no accent suddenly have very strong ones, second is there are still several clips of the actor testing out lines so you hear several twice. Third I'm sure it all has something to do with the parallel series he is writing, but this book felt like it was lacking something, or maybe it's just the disappointment from the other two issues. I wish I had just read this book instead of listened to it.

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    3 out of 5 stars
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  • Eraelas
  • 2019-10-17

Great story, but Vikas Adam was a much better fit for this series.

Let me start by saying that I love this series, and the Completionist Chronicles as well, and really enjoyed listening to the audiobooks as well. Unfortunately, I have to say that I am very disappointed by the narrator switch from Vikas Adam to Luke Daniels. In my opinion, Vikas Adam did a much better job in regards to character voices, emotion, and pretty much all other elements that go into making an audio book.

It seems to me that Luke Daniels did not read any of the earlier books in the series (that, or he did not pay much attention to detail). For proof you need only look at a few *key* words that he mispronounces; he pronounces “chi spiral” as “chi spiral” and not as “key spiral,” which was clearly delineated in the first book. Another example can be evidenced in his reading of Rexus, where he pronounces the name “Aten” as “At-ten” when the pronunciation is explained in the first book via the joke that whenever anyone sees him, they would see “a ten.” This bothers me an unreasonable amount, even if he did read the other books.

Not only this but character accents are all over the place. People who come from the same nation have radically different accents in this reading, while some characters’ accents change wildly from sentence to sentence. For example: Chandra is an ex-Amazonian but she has a completely different accent than the other Amazonians; Hans’ accent—and Dale’s to a certain extent—is just all over the place throughout the reading and never settles on just one; The Barbarians all speak completely different from one another; Minya is Russian for some reason; and Barry sounds like an Irish leprechaun. And Xenocide didn’t sound even remotely insane!

I don’t know the reason why Vikas Adam is no longer reading these two series, but it does the audiobooks a great disservice. If at all possible, I would love to have him come back to finish reading the rest of these books, including this book and Rexus—and Raze too, for that matter, since it looks like Luke Daniels will also be doing that book. If it is because it would take longer, I don’t mind waiting for a better end result, and I would be disappointed if it never happens.

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    4 out of 5 stars
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  • T.J. Duke
  • 2019-10-17

ugh, narrator

I enjoyed Luke Daniels reading Rexxus, it was different, but felt like a valid interpretation of the characters. Here, he completely ignored everything Vikas Adams did and gave all character voices new quirks. I got really tired of Cal sounding like an impression of Peter Griffin, and various other characters gaining random accents. It was difficult to get into the story because of this.

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  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • Garry D. Leonard
  • 2019-10-17

The narrator is different, but that's okay...

So Luke Danials is an amazing narrator, and I've loved listening to him narrate many books. That said he does portray the characters in this book quite a bit differently than Vikas does. I wonder if he listend to any of the books before this his ways of doing them are so different. That said 2 hours later i was fine and loving the book. HIs different is the kind of different that is bad because it's different not that it's bad on it's own. If the first 4 books were read by Luke Daniels and the last was done by Vikas i bet the other reviews would be saying "Luke was better".

Why they had to switch you ask?? Dakota on his facebook said he can't go into details, but despite trying they could not get him as the narrator for this book. It's under NDA it seems, but for one reason or another they weren't able to work together. It could be they had creative different, a bigger cut might have been asked for, or maybe they couldn't find a good time. Whatever the reason Dakota did attempt to keep Vikas as the narrator, but it didn't work out. Try not to hate either man for this, and just know that some times things don't work out.

This is a great end to the series and wraps things up soooo nicely, but still leaves you wanting more and more. You just don't want to say goodbye to these characters.

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