The Quizard Mountains Station Cores, Book 2

(2 customer reviews)


The Station Core known as Milton has barely survived the first concentrated attack by hostile Proctans, leaving his “dungeon” destroyed and most of his defenders dead. Not the most auspicious start.

But now, with the addition of Brint and his inventor friend, Whisp, Milton now has the tools available to turn his dungeon into one that should easily defend against all comers – or at least he hopes so.

However, when the Cordpower Company – the makers of the original Power Potion – contract the best of the best to find out what happened to their agents, Milton’s dungeon is put to the test against two Proctans who are way out of his league.

Meanwhile, Brint learns more about his ability to control the Combat Units that Milton creates, eventually being put into a position to lead an expedition into the Quizard Mountains. He hopes to find enough resources inside the caves to fully outfit the dungeon, making it even deadlier than it already is.

Unfortunately, he finds something else….

Contains litRPG/gamelit elements such as level progression and experience, optional tables, no harems, and a heavy dungeon core emphasis.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

2 reviews for The Quizard Mountains Station Cores, Book 2

  1. David S

    The story continues to entertain. Gonna start the next part right now!

  2. Phillip

    I received a free review copy.

    The world and story are well thought out. The dungeon building and crawling are good. I liked the humor and budding romance as well.

    In this book, the Milton and his friends work to improve the dungeon by adding new creatures and traps and Brint explores the Quizzard Mountains with dungeon defenders. However, it seems they bite off more than they can chew as they face powerful monsters and powerful delvers.

    It was an enjoyable read, and I look forward to continuing the story in the sequels. If you liked the first book, you will like this one too.

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