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An end of the world. The start of a new one. A thousand places to be. 

Artorian has survived his encounter at the Ziggurat, but at a sharp cost. However, the powers in the world are moving and there is no time to rest. Even if Artorian doesn’t realize his part in it, the next stage of the great plan is set in motion. 

In a place of mountains and dales, the old scholar must seek new information in order to puzzle out the last pieces and gather victory with his own two hands. For his loved ones, his humanity may need to be left behind. Yet, becoming something else is a small price to pay for an old man on a mission. Life comes at a price, but success comes with Ascension. 

War and Moonfall loom on the horizon. It matters little. Artorian will build his arsenal.

©2020 Dennis Vanderkerken, Dakota Krout (P)2020 Mountaindale Press

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Another enjoyable instalment in this series

The listener has an interesting decision to make with this book since there is significantly more overlap with the main Divine Dungeon series this time round, so while you might almost feel obliged to listen to that one first and indeed it would work just fine if you did so, this book works perfectly well without doing so, although as book four of a series, you'd obviously want to listen to those ones first.

The narrator delivers a strong and distinctive performance that works well and serves to enhance the book by bringing the characters to live even more fully.

Overall, another good book in this series that will delight fans of the series and leave them eager for the next instalment too.

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I can only hope

I hope I am the witness of a beautiful collaboration between some of my favorite lit rpg authors. The perspective of this colab linking in a tasty and completionist manner is ... stimulating.
About the Arthorian story, it's soothing. It has a well defined and unique vibe. It's like a warm drink in winter...with a kick of hard liquor and some hints of familiar spices. This series is a vacation.

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a joy to listen to.

I can only say one thing and it's wow this is one of the most fun book I have listened to in a good while.

it's nice to see the pieces from this book that are not in the other books sync up here.

but most important of all is we get or mad grandad do his thing and mess with everyone

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Amazing

I have absolutely loved these books! this one is written really well and is very enjoyable! I would also recommend the rest of the series!

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  • JasonM
  • 21-07-20

Some Characters are hard not to love!!

Big fluffy pillow POWER of Love!!Big fluffy pillow POWER of Love! Fluffball fluffy Fluffiest fluff

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  • John
  • 17-07-20

I love this world!

Too often does the closing of a series feel like the end of possibility. Not on Mountaindale! This was a great entry in a world I truly enjoy. I can't wait for the story to continue!! Thank you for these stories.

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  • Cody
  • 20-07-20

Way better than original Divine dungeon series.

It could be difficult to follow the last book in particular without having at least listened to the first divine dungeon book. Aside from that Artorian is infinitly better protagonist than Dale in every way.

He's smart, caring, charismatic, determined, and above all, smart. Did I say smart twice? Yes. I apore dumb protagonists. Dale does dumb shit because he doesn't know any better. Artorian does dumb shit to test things. To explore the scientific process. To learn. Dale gets handed most of his gains. Artorian, with exception to this book, works for everything he gets. Right down to making his own cultivating technique from scratch. I can't help but like the guy.

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  • R. Stroup
  • 20-08-20

Only Read If You've Read Divine Dungeon

As a standalone series this book SUCKS! This book only makes sense if you read and liked divine dungeon. The main character makes choices that make no sense based on the previous books. His sudden allegiance to the dungeon and the mountain make no sense based on the ease he walked away from his previous engagements. His doting on a single student (Dale) makes no sense based on his teaching style of raising the lowest first. Why would he take such an interest in a student with 6 channels and personally sponsored by the dungeon core? There are so many references to the other series that very little makes actual sense. This book reads as rushed and scattered with little to no bearing on the previous books. I'm incredibly disappointed.

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  • Chris Larson
  • 24-07-20

Best one in the series yet.

Loves it. Artorian's perspective during Divine Dungeon 4 and 5 is fantastic. I couldn't put the book down.

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  • Kelly
  • 21-07-20

Long Beard at his best again.

It should be a crime for how much of an emotional rollercoaster this book can be. Want to know what the old codger was doing on Mountain Dale? Get this book. Heck get this book because the trend has continued for another amazing addition to this series. Great job on the authors part and Travis to me embodies the roles he reads

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-07-20

Think the authors gave up?

Well this was a great series but... well it gave up any cohesion in this one. Story line is sporadic, feels like your missing huge sections of the story and find yourself rewinding thinking you must have spaced out on something. Nope it’s just not there at all. Narration is great as always

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  • Brandon M. Salazar
  • 22-07-20

The Crossover Book

This is the one we’ve all been waiting for ever since we heard the premise. And it’s well worth the wait

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  • Haden
  • 08-08-20

Amazing performance

this was the book I was actually wanting from dungeon eternium. Artorian is my favorite character of three Devine dungeon world. Travis Baldree is the only narrator that can do justice for him.

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  • C. Cuzzort
  • 22-07-20

When you realize

This was a fantastic book and I’m so glad it tied up so well. Never realized the two series were connected. I should have but I suppose I missed it. Either way bravo.

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