A Lazy Review of Villain Core (Superhero Dungeon Book 1)

Villain Core Superhero Dungeon Book 1: Quick Summary

Geeky hero dies on his first mission and becomes an AI.”

Sam Smith grows up in a time of relative peace. There are heroes and villains, yes, but the heroes won the war for dominance long ago. Now any Tom, Dick, and Harry with a little bit of power is trying to become one. Sam is no different with his power to utilize. Things go for a turn when Earth gets caught up in intergalactic wars between other species. Killed and turned into an A.I. meant to empower villains. Sam now must decide what he will do next.

Was it Good?  Yep

On a scale of 1 to 10, how engaging was it? 9

1=Too lazy to finish

5=Put down a few times to do other things

10= Finished in nearly one session 

_Exicting from beginning to end_

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My Opinion

This is a series I would highly suggest people go check out. You don’t have to be a huge fan of superhero stuff to like this. This book mainly mocks a lot of the usual troupes while still feeling like it pays homage somehow. If you’re in the know about dungeon core books and are a fan. Then trust me when I say this is the good stuff right here. Premium grade A dungeon core/gamelit.

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What will I remember after reading this? (Characters, Plots, Action)

This book is nothing but a fun ride. Sam, a nerd who always dreams of all the cool things he can do, is given the power to create dungeons. As an A.I. inside of a dungeon core, his job is to challenge those who enter his area of control. Sam does this with glee, and it is fun to read as he puts heroes through a host of wacky fights and mysteries. There are 80s sitcom plots involving mad scientists and Frankenstein creatures. Ninjas and warrior monks also make an appearance.

Am I going to check out more from this series or author?

Sadly, I’ve already finished the current two books in the series. But you best believe that as soon as the author puts out the next book, I’ll be there. And if he doesn’t, then don’t worry, readers. I have ways to motivate authors.

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If you’re interested in the book, click here to go to the book’s page on Amazon.

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