Jeffery Russell: Blackfog Island The Dungeoneers #2

EBOOK Blackfog Island The Dungeoneers #2 by Jeffery Russell –

In this novel he just wanders around in the background almost useless meh I think I would have liked it much if he had got involved in the action still the plot is very interesting with a Lovecraft twist that I appreciated eally much Great edition to the series Fun adventure Downside the narrator speed Jacques Prevert read the book I know I know minute issue but irritating when you stop and try to think if the audiobook skipped as you try to catch up The narrator has great voice command but as Bones from Star Trek says damit JIMespect the comma and take a breath. The talePirates sea monsters smugglers merfolk and slithery tentacle things with pointy bits stand between the dwarves and the most dangerous challenge they've ever fac.

E whole idea of the island was weird but hey I finished the book and have already purchased the third Very funThe Dungeoneers are back With just as much personality as the first book the second in the series does not disappoint I m glad to have gotten to know some of the other dwarves better So many with such different personalities The story was good but the last chapter felt ushed A lot was left unaddressed Perhaps on purpose to start the next novel We shall see I didn t like it as much as the first one I eally liked Durham in the first book and. Ysterious elic that can not be allowed to emain lost The Dungeoneers take to the high seas to do what has never been done before sail into the fog and eturn to tell.

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Very funnyA bit less organized than in the first book the Dungeoneers are having a excellent adventure and saving the world while completely out of their element Colorful well crafted characters and a gripping story with interesting plot twists to keep you on your toes and a boat load of humor Sea going dwarves save the worldI enjoyed this book because of all the different inventions used to help the buccaneers stay alive eally amazing that none of them were killed The Mermen kind of confused things but not as bad as the half frog people I think th. Salt crusted veterans whisper of an island of swirling black fog that manifests in the night Ships that sail into it are never seen again One of those ships carried a

Jeffery Russell is a Pacific Northwest author He lives in a tiny house with a tiny dog and a tiny container of googly eyeballs He spends time thinking about dwarves than most people do