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Summary

Two Cores are better than one….

Coming back to their own dimension, Milton Frederick and his AI guide, ALANNA, discovered that things were not quite how they left it. After the Station Core and his crew of Proctans acquired a derelict space station, fixed it up to include a makeshift dungeon, and then stopped the Heliothropes from invading and conquering an entirely new dimension, they managed to survive and return to Milton’s home dimension victorious.

But they didn’t return alone.

Connecting to what is being dubbed the “Creator” dimension, the beautiful Dungeon Core named Sandra is now able to visit Milton’s space station through a fixed dimensional portal. Because of this, she is able to treat the entire structure as an extension of her own Area of Influence. Now, working together–Station Core and Dungeon Core–the two of them work to construct a dungeon inside of the station that utilizes their combined strengths, an unprecedented amalgamation of two completely different styles of defense. While at the same time, they also strive to determine what is their ultimate goal against the Heliothropes, which will determine the future of their endeavors.

Even with their combined might, will it be enough to stop the tyrannical reign of the Heliothropes? Only time will tell, of course, but after constructing a lasting relationship with a brand-new ally, Milton can only hope for the best.

Dimensional Dungeon Cores is a continuation of the Station Cores and Dungeon Crafting series, though it can be enjoyed without having read the previous books. This story contains LitRPG and GameLit mechanics, Dungeon Core elements including dungeon construction and defense, and optional stat tables in the form of footnotes. Contains no foul language, no harems, and no sexual content.

©2022 Jonathan Brooks (P)2022 Jonathan Brooks

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A great second book in this series epic building and story class writing and narration was spot on

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  • Shay of Lightsbridge
  • 25-06-22

Another great from brooks

I was hesitant to try this book since the first series, station cores had a lot of profanity. This one dialed it back 98% to in bounds of brooks’s other series and it was a great blend of scifi and the dungeon core magic progression. Excited to see where it goes!

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  • Michelle
  • 21-06-22

Fun combination of his other stories

This book does not require you to have read Johnathan Brooks' other work, but I do think that that is where all the payoff is. It is a fun concept, to combine multiple magic and scientific systems to bring this book to new heights.

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  • FG
  • 21-06-22

Great Book

I have so much fun when ever I listen to one of Jonathan Brooks's books, this one did not disappoint. Can't wait for the next in the series.

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  • David S
  • 16-06-22

Another great book!

I don't want to spoil anything about the books, so trust me pick the first two up and wait impatiently with me for the third

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  • ben
  • 03-06-22

solid read

solid narration, good world building and magic system. love to see where he takes it next

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 01-06-22

Great Book

I really enjoyed listening to this book, the only thing I wish was changed is to get more things from Sandra’s perspective, especially since they got her original narrator to do her lines (it would just be nice to get more from Louise, and it just feels a bit wasteful for her to only pop up here and there).

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  • Zaber999
  • 24-05-22

Keeps you wanting more

As has become the standard for books in this universe the story keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting to see what happens next.

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  • A Murphy
  • 23-05-22

Twice the cores, twice the fun

Core Construction

Milton and Sandra have destroyed the anchor ship on Sandra’s world. She has also agreed to join him on Murder Station. Not only to help combat the Heliotropes, but also to spend some more time with Milton. Now they need to figure out how to integrate their two types of dungeons together to save not only the Galaxy, but the entire multiverse.

This is how you do a crossover book. It spends a fair amount of time merging the two stories and bringing in characters from each story as well as new characters. The ending prepares you for another crossover, if you want to read up on that series beforehand. The narrators do a great job. I really appreciate that Sandra’s original narrator is brought over for this series

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  • ERIC A DAVIS
  • 23-05-22

great book!

this is a great continuation of this series that better ties together hs previous series. fun book!

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  • Carlos Renta
  • 22-05-22

Loved it

I’ve been waiting for a long time for this book to come out so I could continue the story I’m completely enthralled by this series of book’s Jonathan brooks is definitely a great writer a great sense of humor as many of his characters are proof I’m very exited for the next book it’s containing characters from dungeon world.

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