Vermillion’s #CBR5 Review #03: Dungeons of Dread by Gary Gygax and Lawrence Schick

 

 Rating: 3Dungeons of Dread: "S" Series Classic Adventure Compilation: (S1 - S4) Stars out of 5.

 Series Order: 

S Series, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 1st Edition

Links:

Book’s Website: Dungeons of Dread on Wizards.com
Book/Author’s Twitter: @Wizards_DnD
Amazon: Buy Dungeons of Dread Through My Affiliate Link!
Goodreads: Dungeons of Dread: "S" Series Classic Adventure Compilation: (S1 - S4)

In Six Words: Four Adventures Collected For Nostalgia’s Sake.

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Vermillion’s #CBR5 Review #02: How To Be Black by Baratunde Thurston

Okay. My last review was…disappointing. I really liked that book, but in my efforts to not drown you in fanboy zeal, I instead gave a stilted, disjointed list of pros and cons with little to no real context. I failed to do what a review is supposed to do, which is get you ineterested in the book. And even if I did (somehow), and you were satisfied with the review, I wasn’t. It wasn’t good enough for that book or for CBR. So I am throwing all caution out the window. I am simply typing my thoughts on the books I read, with no editing outside of general spelling and grammar, as well as factual corrections. I am sorry you had to read that mess, and I hope this will fit better.

With that out of the way….

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Vermillion’s #CBR5 Review #01: Hard Magic by Larry Correia

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Prohibition-Era X-Men powered by magic fight to stop Japanese Hitler from starting alternate WW2 with the lost invention of Nikola Tesla. Also, teleporting ninjas, sky pirates, and a guy who can turn any battle into the Inception hallway fight.

All this and more in the book I reviewed.

P.S. The above sentence is the most spoiled you get. You want more? Then comment.