(Lazy Review #23) The Corrupted Core

The Dungeon of Stories series book 1

Written by John Stovall (Author) Reviewed by Ike Stepp (Blogger)

Quick Summary:

Twin Drawf princes, A cosmic dungeon and Evil bodysnachers .”

Will is what you would call a dungeon core. A being that can use the natural energies of the world to create non-sentient and sentient living beings. Will’s job is to create challenges for the world’s inhabitants as well as help regulate the world’s energies. People come to Will to overcome his challenges. Those who do become stronger while those who die feed will and make him stronger. This symbiotic connection along with the rest of the world is threatened when an evil race of bodysnachers invade.

Was it Good?  Loved it

On a scale of 1 to 10, how engaging was it? 8

1=didn’t even feel like writing the lazy review

5=Put down a few times to do other things

10= Finished in nearly one session 

_Fun read that drags a bit in the middle_

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

My Opinion / Lazy Review

This book is a fun read. If you’re a fan of Litrpg/dungeon core books. If not, this is a book I would recommend for people interested and trying out the genre. Mainly because aside from the dungeon core elements the novel reads like a typical fantasy Piece.

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

This book does dungeon core well. It has all the elements. From creating interesting monsters to seeing all sorts of adventures attempt the dungeon. The fights, city/dungeon building, and the characters really stand out. The princes are a fun combo with a fun easy-going one and a serious rule-abiding one.

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

I’ve finished the series sadly. It’s 4 books long and I’m glad the author didn’t try to stretch it out longer than it needed to be.

Lastly, Feedback, suggestions, or recommendations about this review are always welcome.

Anyway, thanks for reading my lazy Review!

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