Arsenal: A Divine Dungeon Series: Artorian's Archives, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
An end of the world. The start of a new one. A thousand places to be.
Artorian has survived his encounter at the Ziggurat, but at a sharp cost. However, the powers in the world are moving and there is no time to rest. Even if Artorian doesn’t realize his part in it, the next stage of the great plan is set in motion.
In a place of mountains and dales, the old scholar must seek new information in order to puzzle out the last pieces and gather victory with his own two hands. For his loved ones, his humanity may need to be left behind. Yet, becoming something else is a small price to pay for an old man on a mission. Life comes at a price, but success comes with Ascension.
War and Moonfall loom on the horizon. It matters little. Artorian will build his arsenal.
- Click above for unlimited listening to select audiobooks, Audible Originals, and podcasts.
- One credit a month to pick any title from our entire premium selection — yours to keep (you'll use your first credit now).
- You will get an email reminder before your trial ends.
- $14.95 a month after 30 days. Cancel online anytime.
People who viewed this also viewed
People who bought this also bought
Related to this topic
|Listening Length||13 hours and 22 minutes|
|Author||Dennis Vanderkerken, Dakota Krout|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||July 16, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #10,406 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#16 in Sword & Sorcery Fantasy for Teens
#54 in Epic Fantasy for Teens
#114 in Teen & Young Adult Wizards & Witches Fantasy
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Love the main character and his Besty. in fact you could give Dawn her own series. The main character and her interaction are quite touching and quite lovely. my only complaint is too much exposition, explaining how mana works, explaining how other things work delving into the MC‘s analytical processes, we bit too much. don’t get me wrong I love how he analyze this way out of certain situations but some of the Book gets bogged down with too much Manusia. Still a worthy read going on to read the next one in the series
Exposition makes for dull heavy confusing nonsensical reading. I'm willing to give a nod to made up magic theory, when it makes even a little bit of sense. This book, unfortunately spent a good 60% of its content on exposition that made nearly no sense at all. Please! Please! Please! Edit out the stupid nonsensical garbage, every explanation ended with, "oh well, i guess thats just how it is." Please skip the stupid and jump right to the, "that's just how it is." For Pete's sake its already a make believe world, we get it! I know for a fact that the authors couldn't explain everything twice with out reference notes, and even then they'd be confused after trying to compare them. Please dont waste another 200 pages on confusing exposition. It has nothing to do with the story. Nothing. I love make believe and magic and make believe magic. This caused my heart to hurt on your behalf. Learn from it. Exposition is BAD writing! Especially when it doesn't make sense. Here's hoping i wont have similar feelings at the end of Acme. Fingers crossed. Which ever one of you wrote the most exposition in these should forfeit your royalties to some charity that supports literacy as restitution. Very painful. Please do better. Cut, edit, leave the nonsensical expo on the proverbial cutting room floor. Thx
This entry sees Artorian entering the timeline of the Divine dungeon series. Its initially interesting, but it does take a large part of the main character’s authority over the tale. He becomes just a small background actor in a larger tale. At the same time, we see the MC hoping between various settings, almost like a play. It’s not as interesting as the rest of the books, where you watch him naturally grow and interact with the world.
Another big problem I have is the ending. Without spoilers: there isn’t an ending. The book is preparing for the next entry (which I’m definitely reading) and just kinda... peters out. Its jarring.
One positive: there’s less real world references in this novel, though there are still a few. Especially references to other Dakota Krout novels. They are unpleasant, but at least there’s less of them this time around.
If you’ve read the series up to this point: grab this entry. It has problems, but still worth your time. And I’m banking that the next entry will be unique.
Top reviews from other countries
The story is nearly incoherent and only mindless fans would give this 5 stars.
This has no right to be as highly rated as it is.