Fantasy Begins: Book 1 of the Dungeon Hive Trilogy

Fantasy Begins Book of the Dungeon Hive Trilogy For as long as anyone can remember the city states and nomadic clans of Ioplon had been warring and raiding against each other Using their swords and magic the humans of the world had made their nam

  • Title: Fantasy Begins: Book 1 of the Dungeon Hive Trilogy
  • Author: Roy Lim
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For as long as anyone can remember, the city states and nomadic clans of Ioplon had been warring and raiding against each other Using their swords and magic, the humans of the world had made their names, took slaves, and gained glory fighting against each other That is about to change A magical accident had occurred and the world s first dungeon was created As the spirFor as long as anyone can remember, the city states and nomadic clans of Ioplon had been warring and raiding against each other Using their swords and magic, the humans of the world had made their names, took slaves, and gained glory fighting against each other That is about to change A magical accident had occurred and the world s first dungeon was created As the spirits that makes up the dungeon core argued against each other, they would create new creatures to ensure their survival Like it or not, the humans are no longer alone Ready or not, the sword and sorcery world of Ioplon is about to be turned into a world of high fantasy Let s hope it survive the experience.

    One thought on “Fantasy Begins: Book 1 of the Dungeon Hive Trilogy”

    1. Mediocre at best I have really enjoyed many of the books about dungeons, so despite some of the poor reviews wanted to give this one a shot… And now I definitely regret paying for it. It uses a lot of the elements of the genre, but the only interesting thing was the multiple voices inside the dungeon Crystal… Which unfortunately while interesting, meant there was essentially no main character per se and really no plotjust a bunch of stuff happening and then the end

    2. Interesting A very unique take on the dungeon core premise. I'm looking forward to the next book.As mentioned by other reviewers, this book does need more editing, as it is obvious the author is not a native English speaker. That said, it is no worse than most books by non-native authors, with most errors related to tense and pronouns. Overall the story is well thought out, with engaging characters, smooth story flow and interesting action.

    3. A very original book that's surprisingly smart with the jokes.Pros;- very original. Never read anything quite like it. - funny. - we see the creation of the world's first Unicorn, Werewolf, Harpies etc. It really is how 'Fantasy Begins'. - P.U.F.F the Magic Dragon!Cons;- Grammar mistakes. Nothing too jarring but they are there. - some of the jokes may be too subtle. I think a lot of readers will miss the P.U.F.F reference.

    4. Pretty damn fucking awesomeFuckingawesome this book is fucking awesome I love it it's fun it's cool quirky on the way to get to put five stars on it as if I type out a stupid review

    5. As the ratings show on and , this is a book you will either love or hate. You will get it or you will not. It is weird and not for everyone but I get it. The moment I read how the Unicorns got their names, I was sold. 5 out of 5 for me.

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