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Return to Dungeon (Kobold's Quest #1) ❰Read❯ ➳ Return to Dungeon (Kobold's Quest #1) Author M.J. Kaltenbrunner – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk This downtrodden kobold finds himself with one hell of a quest Kek has spent his life being treated like a dog, but he s only dog like in appearance You see, he s a kobold who originally came from a d This downtrodden kobold finds himself with one hell of a quest Kek has spent his life being treated like a dog, but he s only dog like in appearance You see, he s a kobold who originally came from a dungeon And he s spent most of his life enslaved to a gang of exiled mercenaries hiding out in a deadly jungle When Kek gains the power to see the hidden mechanics of reality and learns to game them to expand his skills Return to PDF \ and find hidden meanings, he is soon entrusted with a noble quest He must return to the dungeon where he came from and rescue his people from servitude to the dungeon lord Faced with untold dangers, Kek is going to need allies such as a sweet muck fairy with a killer streak, a deadly beautiful siren who fights best au natural, and a sensual cat woman with lightning quick moves They are sure going to keep this lone kobold on his toes Throughout this quest, Kek will learn the hard way that one of the greatest opponents a hero confronts is his own self doubt This is a LitRPG with a twist There is no VR The fantasy world is real The game mechanics are part of a unique magical power that only the lucky few obtain If you re not into this sort of thing, maybe it s time you give it a go There s also a fun and adventure packed story that will keep any fantasy reader engrossed right up until the end Book two in the series is planned for launch early.


10 thoughts on “Return to Dungeon (Kobold's Quest #1)

  1. Donald L Donald L says:

    Great readUnique characters Good story Not heavy like a Russian novel, but still some drama Unique twist on getting a status screen I look forward to book 2.


  2. Jack K. Ledbetter Jr. Jack K. Ledbetter Jr. says:

    It was ok but could use some polishing.I enjoyed reading this book However, I will point out that there are some editing issues that broke up the flow of the story The story did not feel like it had much depth to it Additionally, the way it flowed, along with the editing issues, made it hard to get lost in the world the author was trying to create I still want to see what happens to the characters in the next book but overall the story felt rushed or ruff around the edges in places.


  3. Mandy Rae Mandy Rae says:

    Great Rough DraftThe premise behind the story is intriguing, but the formation of the party strains even my sensibilities and I have been playing TT RPGs for over 25 years.Beyond that, this makes a great rough draft, and once all the typos and missing words are cleaned up with a fewediting runs, I m sure the story will be very interesting Unfortunately, in it s current state, there were simply too many errors for me to look at this as a finalized piece.


  4. david bischoff david bischoff says:

    Bad Spell check and bad editingI really like book but was displeased with the many that were misused or misspelled in the preparation to send it to the printer without someone reading it first.


  5. Travis Travis says:

    Short but cute It needsproofreading, but it s a decent enough story I will read the next one.


  6. Thomas Bieber Thomas Bieber says:

    Role playing story.The story was fun to read, though the wrong words were often chosen by the author It made it slightly difficult to read.


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