The Airship: A Futuristic Dungeon Core (The Laboratory Book 2)


The core has been transferred to an airship crashed deep on the Rim. There Emma and Anna will encounter feuding factions, terrifying monstrosities and new powered foes in need of becoming research experiments. With a badly damaged vessel they must steal, scavenge, and fight for what they need to upgrade to survive.

More upgrades, more insults, more SCIENCE.


My Opinion: 235 pages, $3.99, Available on Kindle Unlimited

This is a fun ride. It has all the dungeon expansion, research, and action of the first novel. Only now it’s set on a flying ship so E.M.M.A, the main character (MC), now gets to explore the larger galaxy. There’s also new characters for the MC to experiment on and learn from. My favorite being Amy, who gets three personalities for the price one.

**Spoiler ahead**

The only thing that might bother some people is the story swerve at the 90% mark. For some reason the author decided to drop the main storyline and put the characters in a RTS resource management mini game. It’s something that you saw a lot in the author’s Crucible Shard series. These little mini adventures that incorporate some new game system into the RPG story. You’ll either find it annoying or you’ll like it. I liked it but I’m weird.

The end is also left pretty open. So if you’re looking for a novel with a definite resolution to it’s plot, this is not that story.

Overall, this novel is an RPG adventure story. Don’t expect more and you’ll have a good time. I did.

Score: 7 out of 10.

The Airship: A Futuristic Dungeon Core (The Laboratory Book 2)