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Cascade

Dungeon Robotics Series, Book 4
Written by: Matthew Peed
Series: Dungeon Robotics Series, Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 38 mins
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The horde dealt with, Regan turns his attention to the north. As he works to increase his children's and his power, events in the world seem to be against him. Powers continues to grow all around the continent in response to this new player emerging on the map.  

Louella only wants a few moments of peace to process the changes happening to her and her valley. No one wants to give her that peace as her valley grows to be the center of the continent. 

Adventurers from both Lecazar and Thonaca rush to Robia Valley as the rumors of gold, power, and adventure only grow stronger.

©2020 Matthew Peed (P)2020 Tantor

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keep them coming

I like this kind of story. love the over powered character helping in interesting ways.

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  • 2020-09-09

awkward narration at times

The story is very good. The narration has improved but is still distracting due to the inconsistency of characters voices. Each narrator is doing all parts in their chapter, so the characters voice changes depending on who is narrating. The author would have been better served in this case to have a single narrator, as you would be more comfortable with the voices.