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Summary

Expand the Dungeon.
Dredge up Allies.
Prepare for the Coming Storm.  

As Kai masters his abilities, he also struggles to keep up with the daily demands of his new, scaly charges. With the responsibility of rebuilding an entire race from the ground up, Kai has never been so pressed for time. 

Rhona, having found true contentment in the realm of the Gold Mind, must learn to value what is tangible in her life. The needs of her allies will drive her to push past her threshold and forge a new path for the citizens of Anvar. 

As for our friend Bancroft, the Earth Core must learn to rely on those closest to him, while also trusting his own strength. With a mountain full of raw resources, the only restrictions on his ever-expanding dungeon will be the limits of his own imagination. 

Join The Guild Core as our favorite heroes strive to lead three warring countries into a time of peace and regrowth. 

The Guild Core is a novel by TJ Reynolds, Fantasy LitRPG author of Eternal Online Books 1-3. The Guild Core was inspired by the Divine Dungeon series, the Wheel of Time, and classic films like The Labyrinth and The Neverending Story

This story takes place in an Epic Fantasy world governed by gaming mechanics. It contains light to moderate LitRPG, Gamelit, Cultivation, and Dungeon Core elements. Features realistic violence, three MC POVs, and more than a few quaint jokes. Language and adult content is appropriate for teen listeners.

©2021 TJ Reynolds (P)2021 TJ Reynolds

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Really good series

Another good book, I enjoyed it but felt the final battle was short and rushed. I understand this might be the final book in the series but I would appreciate it continuing. The narrator once again did an excellent job. Overall I really enjoyed the series and would recommend it.

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Brilliant Ending for the Trilogy

A great ending to this trilogy and with some food for thought along with a great battle for survival tale. I would like to see more of these characters but can't see how with the way this series has been structured. The final battle was a little short along with the overall length I think but the buildup and dragon battles were very enjoyable as was the earth core designs.
As with the rest of the books Campbell nails it and would happily get more from both author and narrator again.
I requested this audio and have decided to leave my thoughts for everyone.

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Great series.

Great series.
This book was great.
Great character.
Great story loved then endings left me wanting another one to jump straight on.

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  • A Murphy
  • 18-08-21

End of an epic trilogy

Kai and Rhonna are both growing in their powers and now their new responsibilities. They take this extra time to grind their own levels and that of their party.

I enjoyed this series from book 1 all the way to the end of book 3. The dragons are an amazing addition to the series. Steve Campbell does an amazing job as always.

Content warning. None.

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  • Jonathon
  • 04-08-21

Amazing narration

I loved the narration especially! Amazing voices that you never get tired of even after 3 books!
The story is fairly good, at times it felt as though the author went for quantity of quality, but still a good series with a deep world that is definitely worth a shot!
I received this book for free and have left an honest review.

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  • Rictus
  • 20-07-21

good but felt a bit rushed towards the end.

interesting premise, execution was ok however the end felt rushed but that aside a good conclusion to the arc. I say arc because I hope the author creates more within this setting even if not following these specific characters. I'm dying to learn more about the events precluding the story and/or following the conclusion. wonderful world building but lacked in this installment. clear character growth, organic interactions.
narrator performed great. good pacing, clear enunciation, good vocal range and accent mimicry.

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  • Tavish T.
  • 16-07-21

Loved it!

This whole series just warmed my soul. One of few I may actually read again

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  • Nighteyes
  • 04-07-21

not the best of the series

still solid storytelling, but not what the previous books had me expecting...
I suspect that it felt rushed and a little disjointed because the author was setting up for future books in the series so here's hoping :)
also the complete lack of attempt to remind us what happened in the previous book, made it hard to get into the book for awhile as I was struggling to fit pieces into their places...

Steve was a welcome constant, delivering the same quality voice work every time

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  • Tammy B Oakley
  • 29-06-21

Fantastic finale!👏👏👏

Best book of the trilogy IMO. TJ Reynolds freakin nailed it. He brought the Journey of Kai, Rhona, Bancroft and many others to one of the best endings I’ve ever experienced.
The ultimate war and the culmination of everything they’ve been fighting for coming together brilliantly, along with some unexpected moments. The narration by Steve Campbell was absolutely amazing. His narration not only brings to story to life but also allows you to feel all the emotions of each character. His voice acting talent always amazes me with so many different characters and accents and I can easily distinguish between them.
Well done everyone! This is book 3 and the final installment of this series. I highly recommend this book/series.

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  • Sparky's Girl
  • 26-08-21

A great conclusion

This was such a great conclusion to this trilogy. I couldn't have pictured it otherwise. I am reluctant to leave the characters, as I always am at the end, but I am satisfied with the ending they were given.

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  • Jayde
  • 06-08-21

A good conlusion

Enjoyed this series. I was kept engaged throughout. Plenty of good and bad to fight over. Well developed characters. Well written and well read.

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  • Michael P.
  • 02-08-21

Good tale with sudden conclusion

As with the rest of the series, this installment is an enjoyable tale with major characters that can easily capture a piece of your heart. Though, if you are reading this review you likely know all that already. If you liked the first two books, you should enjoy this as well. The only thing that kept the story in this volume from being 5 stars is the ubrupt way things wrap up. I don't want to give spoilers, but I will say I had a "wait, what? was that it?" sort of reaction to something I expected to be huge. Overall though, fun and enjoyable series.

Narration by SC continues with his usual level of quality. He does really well throughout the entire series and adds more to the experience in doing so.

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  • Dillon
  • 22-07-21

Rushed

Ok so I loved the first 2 books and did enjoy my self for the most part but I can’t overlook that this book rushed a lot like the human threat and then the major demon threat all in the last couple of hours in this story and also main characters relationship felt rushed too and with time jumps you know the humans that betrayed the dragons and massacred dragons and dungeons ya they just become good guys in the end after less than 10 mins of being attacked by the demon monsters which wasn’t even seen in this book but just mentioned because apparently all the demon monsters waited to group up on the surface to attack everyone all at the same time after waiting this long lol