Dave and the C&C gang are a bunch of immigrants stealing jobs from the honest hardworking people of Cardinia.
A simple hunting expedition leads to a discussion of the nature of good and evil, and the good and evil of nature, when Julian and the C&C gang find themselves imprisoned in the home of a druid and wizard. Horses die. Pants are soiled. For science.
After a hard night's drinking, Tim and the Caverns & Creatures gang find themselves abandoned and left for dead on a deserted island. They soon discover, however, that the island may not be as deserted as it seems. In order to survive, they will need to search within themselves and travel to some very dark places.
This is a standalone story in the Caverns & Creatures universe. Give it a try to see if the C&C series is right for you.
When Cooper wakes up with mysterious bumps on his taint, will he and the Caverns & Creatures gang be able to piece together enough of the previous night in time to stop the curse from spreading?
Do you like a little Cocky in your LitRPG? Are you looking for a play-by-play guide to picking up women in a fantasy game world? Are you open to widening the range of your search for sensual satisfaction to the phylum level?
Then this is the book for you.
All you need is faith, trust, and pixie dust.
But I'm going to throw in blood, shit, vomit, piss, and amniotic fluid. That's the Caverns & Creatures difference.
You never really know another person until you've walked a mile in their shoes... or at least fondled their junk. Tim and the C&C gang find themselves elbow deep in a bad situation. Will they have what it takes to pull themselves out?
It's the time-honored classic formula. Boy meets girl. Girl invites boy, and four other dudes, back to her place. Boy thinks it's weird, but agrees because girl is smokin' hot. Girl turns out to be a demon who wants to suck boys' souls out through their d**ks.
Our favorite trapped in a tabletop game group plans to steal herbs a healer is growing and resell them for a profit. Cooper, of course, eats some, even though raw they are toxic. Trying to get Cooper to a cleric, Julian summons horses that cause the ground beneath them to collapse into a cave. Taking Cooper with them. Turns out it’s home to a giant frog creatures and he’s not taking visitors.
Anything can happen in a fantasy world. An honest day's work might lead to you one day becoming a king. If you're one of the C&C gang, however, it's much more likely to lead to you becoming a flaming pile of dog shit.
Nothing ruins a nice morning of binge drinking quite like the threat of being cornholed by stone giants.
My Opinion: 39 pages, $2.99, Not available on Kindle Unlimited
Dave, Cooper, and Tim are tricked through a magical portal and kidnapped by a giant who wants them to help his sons become men. Hilarious misunderstandings, innuendo, and bathroom humor follow.
Overall, a funny new short story in the Caverns and Creatures collection. However, for the page count, it’s just not worth the price of almost $3. I’d recommend waiting until the author includes the story in his next Caverns and Creatures short story collection.
Score: 7 out of 10.
The core gang you’ve come to love over the course of the last four books has broken up. Stacy and her brother Tim are on their own. Tempers flare when the larger group thinks Tim is trying to screw them over after a member of his group accidently steals the dice they need to get home to the real world.
What follows is a funny multi-narrative story where everyone is searching for TIm. People are forced to take sides and of course, nothing goes as planned for anyone.
In a world where everyone seems to be pissed off, sometimes the only thing you can do is try to piss on.
Join Cooper and the rest of the C&C gang as they fight tyranny the best way they know how... by being assholes.
This is a collection of the fourth six short stories in the Caverns and Creatures series.
Cooper sinks to new depths. Will it be deep enough to save his friends' lives?
One minute, they're drinking away the dreariness of their lives, escaping into a fantasy game and laughing their asses off. The next minute, they're in a horse-drawn cart surrounded by soldiers pointing crossbows at them.
My Opinion: One of my favorite funny LitRPG novel series. The world these guys are trapped in is kind of a D&D knock off, which I LOVE. There is a lot of cursing and lots of funny moments. The level of humor is on par with a Kevin Smith movie. The audiobooks are really good too.