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I'm thankful Audible added the follow-up to Critical Failures. I'm skeptical if a reader could enjoy this book to the full extent without having read Critical Failures; however, I am unable to judge since I've listened to Critical Failures at least five times. I love the humor and the interplay between the characters.
As another reviewer mentions, I often skip short-story collections; however, this book is different because in Dungeons and Dragons, and the massive multiplayer online role-playing games that I've played, the experience IS a bunch of different encounters. Of course, I would love another book just like Critical Failures, but I will definitely take what I can get.
Now, do not listen to this book if you do not find enjoyment in base humor about what somebody did with another's mother last night and the like. The language would be offensive to some. If your sense of humor and adventure is similar to my own, please read Critical Failures first. You are privileged that you do not have to wait and see if the next book in the series makes it to audible form, as it is here! (Although, you will have to wait and see if the next book makes it to sound.)
Kudos to the narrator! His delivery enhances the humor.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful
I have been waiting for this release for a couple of months. The quality of Robert Bevan's humor for nerds was well worth the wait. Great job by Johnathan Sleep again as well. Thanks for the laughs Mr. Bevan.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
What made the experience of listening to D6: Caverns and Creatures the most enjoyable?
Having played D&D before and understanding some of the game's rules, general gameplay and players interactions with each other and the DM, liked the way I suddenly realised what was happening almost at the same time the characters did.
What other book might you compare D6: Caverns and Creatures to, and why?
To be honest I can't think or remember of any other book that has the same premise as this has. I would compare it to the film Tron, or something similar.
What about Jonathan Sleep’s performance did you like?
The range of his voice from a whiny halfling to a big dumb half Orc.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
There is total immersion and there is Total Immersion.
Any additional comments?
Loved this book and have become a big fan of the author, so much so that I bought everything he has written in this series and the following short stories.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
again with these stories the pause between chapters is slightly too long, it kinda brings you out of the stories