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Infernal Bones

Elemental Dungeon, Book 2
Series: Elemental Dungeon, Book 2
Length: 15 hrs and 43 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Ryan has died, been reborn as a dungeon core, defeated a necromancer, and made a number of friends along the way. Life, well un-life, is good. 

However, everything changed when the demons attacked. With his dungeon town in danger and cultists scheming in the shadows, Ryan must decide whether to draw upon the darker side of his own nature - unlocking powers far greater than anything he has accessed before. 

Something his new dungeon fairy seems suspiciously excited about. With his favorite adventurer, Blake, slowly accepting his new powers as a Specter of Balance, Ryan learns being a darkness dungeon means a lot more than just bones, zombies, and skeletal fight club. Apparently, the power granted by God of Death encompasses much, much more. 

Unfortunately, Ryan learns the hard way that some things should remain dead....

©2020 Jonathan Smidt (P)2020 Portal Books

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  • David R
  • 2020-08-28

Couldn't finish, too many sheep

I just can't anymore with sound booth theater. I am going to make a point to not buy any more books done by them as in the last year everything they produce is just bad. First, sheep..... The Narrator cannot pronounce English words. He isn't doing a character accent, he just cannot speak English. Baasss room, Baasss mobs, aaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaa…. It isn't just that word. there are so many words that sounds like he is bleating like goat or sheep every time and it is like nails on a chalk board. God it is so annoying. He can't say Awe? or anything that rhymes with awe? Look I'll teach you how to speak. First say Awe, add and S at the end, Awe-sss, put B in front of it Buh-awe-ssss READS AS BOSS not bass, it is not a fish and humans don't bleat like sheep. If you are going to be a professional and read English as a living you need to actually be able to speak it. It doesn't matter where you grew up, or how the people you know speak. English doesn't sound that way. Nobody cares that a bunch of people say the word wrong so that means you should too and it is ok. No it is NOT ok. Second, this fairy need to be smacked. Like literally does nothing, forgets to tell MC anything then complains the entire time. And for some reason the MC just acts like that's ok? Did you know it is ok to be verbally abused in like every conversation you have with someone!? Yeah just put up with it because ???? Maybe the author thinks it is ok to verbally abuse men if it comes from a woman? Is the core even a man? maybe? Is the fairy even a woman? well w/e. Yeah..... No.... This book is bad. Bitchy woman, pathetic man, and a narrator who can't say words right. Chapter 6 and I cannot even focus on the story because BAAAAAAAAAAAA every other sentence. GG Returned.

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  • Thomas Skoczylas
  • 2020-08-24

decent, but annoying

why are characters whiny bitches sometimes? and why does the narrator growl unnecessary all the time??? like the phrase "the stone had a red tinge" does not need extra emphasis. should've just had Jeff Hayes do all the voices.

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  • GrimReaperD13
  • 2020-08-28

Broke my suspension of disbelief

I like the first book and was excited by the new one. I was interested in the development of the dungeon, but once I got around the point where he listened to a clearly bad character to break a promise to his partner, i stopped the book and most likely won't pick it back up. The main character might not be the smartest, he isn't this dumb either. The new character added is clearly someone you shouldn't entertain their ideas.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-08-26

A Solid Second Edition with Bone(us) Puns

This second book in the series takes all the good from the first and adds more to the story, the characters, and the world they inhabit. The author does well to build on the individual stories for each character, getting the audience invested in each one. The author also shows his continued love for puns both figurative and quite often literal. The only negative I can see is that the narrator tries a bit too hard to put emphasis in his words in an effort to show intensity in battles. It comes through a little over the top at times. Overall a great performance though. Give the author a hand (because he takes so many from characters) and give this sequel a try.

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  • ET
  • 2020-08-22

Great story line and great narrators.

SBT and Jonathan Smidt make an excellent team for this series. I have enjoyed both books in this series and I look forward to the next releases. I'm hoping the author can get up to one book every three months at least. We need good authors in this genre.

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  • John Stringham
  • 2020-10-08

Great dungeon core gamelit

I really liked this story. I started on book two and did not listen to book one. I think I would have liked it a lot more if I had the whole story. That being said it was extremely enjoyable even without the whole story

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  • Patrick
  • 2020-09-06

i really wanted to like this but....

OK I know the dungeon is not smart but dear God did he drop the ball so hard all the stars of the of the review fall out. Do you know when old TV shows felt like the ratings were falling they would add in that new character to spice things up and it would just dig the grave so far down that the show would get canceled that’s how I feel about the new fairy

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  • Ben
  • 2020-10-01

great addition

this book was an awesome addition to the story started in book 1. I look forward to the next!

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  • Josh Noneya
  • 2020-09-25

Fantastic!

Great story and narration! Ryan the dungeon core is back, and ready for more skeletal fight club! but demons are starting to show up, and necromancers and chaos cultists have been stirring up trouble. The life of a dungeon is about to get complicated. Soundbooth Theater did a wonderful job with the narration, and really brings the story to life! I really enjoyed this audiobook, and can't wait to find out what happens next!

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  • Eve Luck
  • 2020-09-22

Not quite there

This book wasn’t quite as good as the last one the story was A little too jumpy for my liking. Flights I was excited to hear about people I wanna know the capabilities of stuff like that wasn’t put into the book when it should’ve been. the jumps between viewpoints happened in opportune times and that always was annoying. The standard of excellence brought forth by the prior book was not met in the performance of this one background music background noise is other things integrated into the performance of the previous book happens less and less effectively.I still enjoyed the book and I would recommend anyone less picky than me.