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Roark von Graf - hedge mage and lesser noble of Traisbin - is one of only a handful of Freedom fighters left, and he knows the Resistance’s days are numbered. Unless they do something drastic...

But when a daring plan to unseat the Tyrant King goes awry, Roark finds himself on the run through an interdimensional portal, which strands him in a very unexpected location: an ultra-immersive fantasy video game called Hearthworld. He can’t log out, his magic is on the fritz, and, worst of all, he’s not even human. He’s a low-class, run-of-the-mill Dungeon monster. Some disgusting, blue-skinned creature called a Troll. At least there’s one small silver lining - Roark managed to grab a powerful magic artifact on his way through the portal, and with it he might just be able to save his world after all.

Unless, of course, the Tyrant King gets to him first...

From James A. Hunter, author of the litRPG epic Viridian Gate Online, and eden Hudson, author of Legend of the Treesinger and the Jubal Van Zandt Series, comes an exciting new litRPG, dungeon-core adventure you won’t want to put down!

“An excellent start to a series, this book has everything I look for in a fantasy novel: action, intrigue, and evolution!” (Dakota Krout, author of the Divine Dungeon and the Completionist Chronicles)

©2018 James Hunter, eden Hudson (P)2018 James Hunter, eden Hudson

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  • Zach
  • 2019-02-13

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podehl.
any book this man can make into a masterpiece I swear it. the book itself is moderately good, it's a little different and I think I love it! but nick podehl is truly a masterful reader. he puts emotion into every word that many other audio readers fail to even come close to. listen to all of Nick's books, and you'll know exactly what I mean.

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  • Tyler
  • 2018-09-22

Solid start to a unique series.

There are a few things that make this series stand out. I like the guy from a pure fantasy world tossed into a video game world concept, I like that respawning is a dangerous prospect. Especially for the monsters. Characters are pretty decent. I like the diversity of troll types and evolutions.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • Michael P.
  • 2019-05-18

Fun take on the genre

This is a fun book, with a good mix of world building and adventure. Though I will say it will not answer many of the questions you will have. Instead, it will leave you with more questions right up until the end. It is well paced and enjoyable to get through, yet it will leave you unsatisfied until you continue with the series.

Solid performance by narrator Nick Podehl, who brings a well polished feel.

Overall, I recommend Rogue Dungeon, as long as you plan to continue with the remaining books.

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  • Riley Hayes
  • 2018-09-25

It was ok

The story was ok, both the author and reader put too much emphasis on sword techniques and their pronunciation, and the differences in characters levels made no difference. All in all, it was Ok at best.

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  • Yair Mayer
  • 2018-09-21

Rushed and short

I Pre-ordered due to recommendations. Unfortunately it is not up to snuff. Feels like there's a good story to tell but instead it was rushed.
The character seems to rush into challenges under prepared with no actual reason to rush. More to lose then to gain.

Only good part was the narrator - and Kaz.

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  • Cheryl
  • 2019-05-09

halarious

never stop writing these books. one of the best litrpg series! just nonstop action and humor!

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  • Matt
  • 2019-05-06

Sleep deprived and worth it

while listening to this book I found it nearly impossible to stop. sleep which is extremely important to me took a back seat as I had to find out what happened next. Thank you for both the wonderful story and performance.

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  • Kaitlin
  • 2019-04-07

Oh Nick...

I'll never get over hearing Nick Podehl saying the phrase "PwnerBoner007" in all seriousness. It's too funny.

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  • Somebody
  • 2019-03-26

Good story - too short

The book had a good story, interesting main character but the book is too short to pay a normal price for

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  • Tabitha Stone
  • 2019-03-13

loved it

great take. haven't seen a story like this one in the litrpg. great fantasy story!