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Tipping Point

(The third book in the Dungeon on Earth series)
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It’s been eighty years since the guild incident.

Jia was a Magi going on ten years, still near the beginning of her hundred-year vacation ten years after starting it.

Cora was going a little stir crazy, almost desperate to reach out and violate the rules. To go rogue. It was maddening, and she’d need to figure out what she needed to settle as a fully grown dungeon. The problem was she was the eldest dungeon on this world, so who could offer her advice from a dungeon’s perspective?

If that wasn’t enough, disaster strikes and there’s a new enemy on the horizon. A hidden enemy, who strikes from the shadows, an old guild threat reborn on a new world. Other problems as well, as the dungeon on Earth approaches eighty years since Nelendra’s arrival on Earth.

Cora might be able to figure out how to get back on track, but first she’s going to have to survive.

Author’s note: The dungeon is written in first person, while all others are in third person limited POV. Jia and Cora have large parts in the book, as it’s written from their two points of view for the most part, but there are a few other small parts for diverse others including Silvia. This is the final book of a trilogy.

Genre: GameLit

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