- File Size: 1712 KB
- Print Length: 1064 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Robert Bevan (February 7, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 7, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BK7D738
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #18 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > Dark Comedy
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- #33 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > Dark Humor
Caverns and Creatures: Volume I (Books 1 - 4) Kindle Edition
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But this series is really funny and clever. If you ever played fantasy roll playing games, you will get the humor, you will understand the frustration of not really knowing what is going on as a new player, and the insanity of making bad decisions and pissing off your DM.
I know I will never see charisma scores the same way again.
If you haven't played, you might not get all the jokes, but it is still funny.
Robert Bevan is a gifted author. Read his stuff. It doesn't disappoint!
Don't expect a massive amount of character development.
Don't expect a literary masterpiece.
Don't expect a story so moving you'll be brought to tears.
Instead, get ready to enjoy a enjoyable story with some over the top crazy geek humor.
The story itself is about these immature players that piss of their game master, and gets thrown into the gameworld itself, as the characters they were supposed to play.
Obviously this made them rather unhappy, and they wish to find their way back.
A bit like Frodo simply wishes to throw a ring into a volcano.
It's also fun that this is rooted more in the classic paper and dice RPG's and not full of the MMO cliche's of many other LitRPG stories.
I read about these characters and I think back to some of the epic campaigns my friends and I used to have, and the crazy messed-up stuff we tried. I can see these guy's fitting in at any role-playing convention. The crude jokes with Cooper are a little over the top by now, but it's become a staple of the story I guess.
And I shudder to think what Julian is going to do with his "Summon Mount" spell next.
Most recent customer reviews
Tim changes to much.
Really enjoyed the Ghostbuster references at the end of the book.
Great take of the world.