The Dungeon Slayer

The Dungeon Slayer

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Mankind has been under attack for fifty years by the awesome power of bosses and monsters who are the denizens of dungeons. Monsters started these attacks when a mystical beast named Raekast appeared and threatened the world, eradicating human life from several continents. Raekast threatened all human life until a mysterious ceremony called 'Rebirth' unlocked the hidden potential of humans strong enough to repel and defeat her. Raekast’s final, desperate act caused dungeons to spawn across the globe. The greatest of these dungeons is known as Titan. Dungeons are a threat to humanity and nature alike. Powerful reborn humans known as 'Slayers' enter their dangerous depths to kill the monsters and bosses that live within and retrieve treasure, items and more.


Tad Harrington, a video game loving 16-year-old high school student, was bullied relentlessly throughout his life. Tad’s Rebirth date has come. His last hope is to be reborn a slayer strong enough to enter the toughest dungeons where a life of power and luxury could await him.


When things don’t go according to plan, Tad finds out he has a special Rebirth, one that can level up and grow stronger by defeating monsters. Starting from level one, how high can Tad climb? Can he overcome the challenges and become the ultimate dungeon slayer?

Title:The Dungeon Slayer
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    The Dungeon Slayer Reviews

  • Russell Gray

    This book teetered between Bad and Meh for me. I didn't drop it because it was following a story path that's different than usual standard, though it's also one that Solo Leveling forged previously an...

  • Roberto Flores

    This is poorly written and horribly balanced.The main character is a whiney emo, the story progression makes little sense. The overall plot is broken and unbelievable. This just does not work on multi...

  • Slayerwolfx2

    I started this book full of expectation and hope for another amazing read... and ended up struggling to finish it. I'm honestly amazed at how many people rated this 5 stars. I feel betrayed for trusti...

  • David Harriss

    DisappointingAn interesting setting with story potential, ruined by an unlikable protagonist, nonsensical combat, meaningless numbers, and paragraphs of dreary and meandering text.Good proofreading an...

  • Joshua Smith

    I am actually around 2 stars here, but I am rounding up to 3 because I really feel I am overly critical of the MC. That fool made me yell at my stereo more than once though...so there is that. I reall...

  • Flex

    I don't typically write book reviews but I felt like I needed to justify the two-star rating.This main character is one of the worst I've ever had to suffer through, and I tried my hardest to like him...

  • Stephen Morley

    It wasn’t bad but wasn’t near good either.Up until 80% of the book I had issues with the main character. However the author solves this issue for the most part due to a plot device within the magi...

  • Stanislas Sodonon

    This is a review of the audiobook version.I stand with my two-stars fellows. This book has got a very interesting premise / world, but a piss-poor set of protagonists.Narration is pretty decent. No co...

  • John Hulet

    What did I just read?? This book is so full of highs and lows that I just can't decide if was horrible or just mediocre. First off, the main character....truly he's a zero and even when his physical a...

  • Childofhate

    This is like a B-grade copy of Solo Leveling and Iron Prince books. It doesn't particularly do anything different and the characters aren't particularly noteworthy either. I feel like I say this in al...