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Dungeon Lord: Abominable Creatures

The Wraith's Haunt, Book 3
Written by: Hugo Huesca
Narrated by: Jeff Hays, Annie Ellicott
Length: 19 hrs and 43 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The Light strives to purify the kingdom of Starevos from evil...and only Dungeon Lord Edward Wright stands in their way.

The Heroes of the Militant Church, led by Inquisitor Gallio, scour the forest in search of the Haunt, while Ed desperately attempts to uncover the secret behind the Heroes' origin. Can Ed and his friends defeat the Inquisition and secure their own place in the world, or are they destined to become the monsters of their own tale?

All over Ivalis, the portents announce blood and fire as the ancient traditions return and abominable creatures long thought forgotten stir in their tombs. Both the Dark and the Light loom hungrily over the Haunt, and only one thing is certain...

If pushed, Dungeon Lord Edward Wright will fight against them all.

Soundbooth Theater is proud to present the third book of Hugo Huesca's horror/comedy/Gamelit epic, The Wraith's Haunt. Ed's challenges keep building, and this time he has to face the Inquisition instead of a new monster. And the Incquisiton's primary weapon is Ed's old guild! Join us for the best audio production of Dungeon Lord yet, complete with a standout performance by Annie Ellicott as the various ladies and spiders of the Haunt, and a stampede...of Hell Chickens.

 The Soundbooth Theater team for this production:   

  • Jeff Hays - Narration, Sound Design
  • Annie Ellicott - Lavy, Kes, and the rest of the female cast
  • Dalton Lynne - Proofing and Editing
  • Griffin Malnar - Editing, Mastering, and Sound Design
©2018 Hugo Huesca (P)2019 Hugo Huesca

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fantastic sequel

loved it! brilliant story and fantastic production! I ended up getting all dungeon lord books one after the other and the story really sucks you in. highly recommend

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Epic

This is an amazing book. Each book just gets better and better. Hugo did a great job writing this and soundbooth was amazing at the narration. The book is interesting all the way through. I cannot recommend this more.

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  • Scott Tilmann
  • 2019-02-17

Outdone again!

The story Ed Wright continues in another thrilling book. It was great to be longer than the previous two books and be full of content with minimal filler. I’ll say that the plot takes twists and turns that when surprising are great for the reader, and even when they seem obvious are highly satisfying. Looking forward to the next edition!

PS- As an audiobook listener I am thankful for the reduction in “reading the character sheet.” Those sections when the narrator reads me stats from a character sheet are hard to listen too. And this book did a good job of having less, but enough to provide meaning.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-02-10

20 hours of fun & good voice acting

Lord Wraith is at it again, messing with the laws of magic gaining new fun minions and expanding his..... everything...

as a side note the two voice after for this book did a outstanding job.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-02-27

Love this series!

This story is getting better and better. I can't wait for the next book. The characters are so interesting and the performance really brings them to life.

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  • kohlqez
  • 2019-04-20

great book, weird sfx

the book is a really good continuation of the series, but the sound effects are a little overdone

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  • Daniel
  • 2019-04-18

"even EA doesn't do that!"

OMG best line ever. total jab at EAs star wars battlefront and EA's standing in the gaming community. This line destroyed me!!! I love that the righter took this liberty to talk trash.

btw Jeff Hays and Annie Ellicot are amazing in every performance they do! I some times buy titles just because they are working together.

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  • Lane Stewart
  • 2019-04-18

A great thrilling time

This is such an amazing book series. the whole time I was kept on the edge of my seat. I love the humor in it. I can't wait for the next book!

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  • Joseph
  • 2019-04-18

Great start, grew tedious.

I'll keep it short. I dropped this series after book 3, here's why:

- Protag makes Batman look like a mass murderer. One of my biggest peeves is artificial conflict, and a lot of the conflict in this story arises because Ed refuses to kill. Anyone. Despite how cartoonish some of his enemies are.

- The litRPG elements are an afterthought. They're barely there and in three books, I'm not feeling any sense of progression in the character's power, despite the author telling me there is.

- Objectivity, the system in this book that stops people gaming the system is a horrible concept. Don't write a litRPG and immediately constrain the gamer fantasy of everyone reading.

- Finally, I got over the light vs dark thing real fast.

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  • Joshua
  • 2019-04-04

Eager for the next one

absolutely amazing, relatable normal guy with power thrust upon him holding onto his humanity as he is forced to make choice after choice to survive.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-04-01

Good series

Good story, well written and performed. The author didn't waste a lot of time describing item stats and character sheets like a lot of other litrpg books

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  • Elijah Combs
  • 2019-03-27

A wonderful addition

This entry in the series really shows how the characters are growing as characters and levels.