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"The training levels have concluded. Now the games may truly begin." The ratings and views are off the chart. The fans just can't get enough. The dungeon gets more dangerous each day. But in a grinder designed to chew up and spit out crawlers by the millions, Carl and Princess Donut need to work harder than ever just to survive. They call it the Over City. A sprawling, once "The training levels have concluded. Now the games may truly begin." The ratings and views are off the chart. The fans just can't get enough. The dungeon gets more dangerous each day. But in a grinder designed to chew up and spit out crawlers by the millions, Carl and Princess Donut need to work harder than ever just to survive. They call it the Over City. A sprawling, once-thriving metropolis devastated by a mysterious calamity. But these streets are far from abandoned. An undead circus trawls the ruins. Murdered prostitutes rain from the sky. An ancient spell is finally ready to reveal its dark purpose. Carl still has no pants. They call it Dungeon Crawler World. For Carl and Donut, it's anything but a game.


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"The training levels have concluded. Now the games may truly begin." The ratings and views are off the chart. The fans just can't get enough. The dungeon gets more dangerous each day. But in a grinder designed to chew up and spit out crawlers by the millions, Carl and Princess Donut need to work harder than ever just to survive. They call it the Over City. A sprawling, once "The training levels have concluded. Now the games may truly begin." The ratings and views are off the chart. The fans just can't get enough. The dungeon gets more dangerous each day. But in a grinder designed to chew up and spit out crawlers by the millions, Carl and Princess Donut need to work harder than ever just to survive. They call it the Over City. A sprawling, once-thriving metropolis devastated by a mysterious calamity. But these streets are far from abandoned. An undead circus trawls the ruins. Murdered prostitutes rain from the sky. An ancient spell is finally ready to reveal its dark purpose. Carl still has no pants. They call it Dungeon Crawler World. For Carl and Donut, it's anything but a game.

30 review for Carl's Doomsday Scenario: Dungeon Crawler Carl Book 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Martinez

    So fun! Good stuff! Good litrpgs are hard to come by. We all know it, and its a bummer but it makes finding the gems such a pleasure! Dinniman has created fun characters who feel real! He's crafted a world and a story that is compelling, fast paced, and doesn't get bogged down with the detritus of just average storytelling. To him I say well done! Thank you for a great read! Eagerly awaiting the next chapter of Carl and Donut! So fun! Good stuff! Good litrpgs are hard to come by. We all know it, and its a bummer but it makes finding the gems such a pleasure! Dinniman has created fun characters who feel real! He's crafted a world and a story that is compelling, fast paced, and doesn't get bogged down with the detritus of just average storytelling. To him I say well done! Thank you for a great read! Eagerly awaiting the next chapter of Carl and Donut!

  2. 4 out of 5

    LauraBlueberry

    "Yeah, that wasn't very manly of you, Carl. I thought nut-kicking was a big no-no amongst guys." In the second book of "Dungeon Crawler Carl" Carl and Donut are trying to survive the third floor. I liked this book a lot because I really love the dynamic between Donut, Carl and Mordecai. I'm looking forward to part three. "Yeah, that wasn't very manly of you, Carl. I thought nut-kicking was a big no-no amongst guys." In the second book of "Dungeon Crawler Carl" Carl and Donut are trying to survive the third floor. I liked this book a lot because I really love the dynamic between Donut, Carl and Mordecai. I'm looking forward to part three.

  3. 4 out of 5

    carl grace

    Gods this series is fantastic. This book was a blast! Carl and Donut are still up to their shenanigans, kicking butt and taking names. I cant wait for book 3.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sain Artwell

    As enjoyable as the first one. While the amount of laugh-out-loud moments decreased a little, intrigue and plot stepped up to compensate.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Great book. Great characters and a slightly dark but funny story. I think without the humor it would really be a slog to get through. Cannot wait for the next one.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    3 stars since I liked it. This will be updated as new chapters come out, I guess. The last book was better. I assume people will only look at this review after reading the first book, so here are the ways that this book is worse than the last: (don't get me wrong, it's still an okay book, just not as good) 1) More wasted time. There is more unnecessary technical talk than the last book. This is an especially big deal to me since I've been reading at a pace of 100,000-300,000+ words per day(this is 3 stars since I liked it. This will be updated as new chapters come out, I guess. The last book was better. I assume people will only look at this review after reading the first book, so here are the ways that this book is worse than the last: (don't get me wrong, it's still an okay book, just not as good) 1) More wasted time. There is more unnecessary technical talk than the last book. This is an especially big deal to me since I've been reading at a pace of 100,000-300,000+ words per day(this is no exaggeration, check my book history) 2) More random chance. I understand that much of the story revolves around things like chance, but at the same time, much of the story seems to be driven by random occurrences and seemingly random solutions that somehow work out in the end. This takes away from the immersion and investment in the story, and brings it closer to a dry history. Once again, these are just the negatives, and this book is a lot better than much of what I have been reading.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brandon Purcell

    Worth reading I read this immediately following book 1. At the end of the first book, I felt it was nearly perfect in every way from setting, plot, pacing, character dev etc. Here in book 2 I still really liked it but the pacing fell significantly off and it killed the sense of urgency I got from book 1. You'd think with the built in motivator of shortened floor time that the author would have been able to maintain a sense of urgency but it just wasn't enough on its own. Book 1 had the idea that t Worth reading I read this immediately following book 1. At the end of the first book, I felt it was nearly perfect in every way from setting, plot, pacing, character dev etc. Here in book 2 I still really liked it but the pacing fell significantly off and it killed the sense of urgency I got from book 1. You'd think with the built in motivator of shortened floor time that the author would have been able to maintain a sense of urgency but it just wasn't enough on its own. Book 1 had the idea that the MCs could get ganked which helped in the pacing dept. Here it was mostly forgotten until the end, probably added as a quick fix for book 3. Overall it's good. It's not book 1, but well worth the read and I'm looking forward to book 3.

  8. 4 out of 5

    David

    Very fun quasi-LitRPG! I am kinda surprised how concerned I am for the well-being of Carl and Donut. In an odd way, the expansion of the world here reminds me of the way the (I guess) Solar System expanded for Darrow in the Red Rising books, and now that I think of it, the growing import of Katniss in The Hunger Games feels in the ballpark as well. And as always, I always enjoy a chance to recollect the mechanics of youthful gaming days, and then later PS3/4 adventures, from likes of The Tomb of Very fun quasi-LitRPG! I am kinda surprised how concerned I am for the well-being of Carl and Donut. In an odd way, the expansion of the world here reminds me of the way the (I guess) Solar System expanded for Darrow in the Red Rising books, and now that I think of it, the growing import of Katniss in The Hunger Games feels in the ballpark as well. And as always, I always enjoy a chance to recollect the mechanics of youthful gaming days, and then later PS3/4 adventures, from likes of The Tomb of Horrors in RP1, or a tail like this one. Read an ARC of the first book, just picked up the second, and am mostly annoyed that I didn’t discover this series way down the road, as waiting till April is gonna be annoying...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Fragino Arola

    That's right fans, I read both books back to back and I am not disappointed! The story continues as Carl and Donut brave the Dungeon! But the true Villain has reared its ugly head. POLITICS!! That's right! We all know deep down in our cuckolds that politics would be the death of all of us and Carl and Donut know it as well. What are the pair to do? Will they grin and bear it like some entitled Republican Maga Hat wearing redneck or a hippy-hypocrite Democrat? HELL NO! They will punch people in the That's right fans, I read both books back to back and I am not disappointed! The story continues as Carl and Donut brave the Dungeon! But the true Villain has reared its ugly head. POLITICS!! That's right! We all know deep down in our cuckolds that politics would be the death of all of us and Carl and Donut know it as well. What are the pair to do? Will they grin and bear it like some entitled Republican Maga Hat wearing redneck or a hippy-hypocrite Democrat? HELL NO! They will punch people in the face, shoot magic from their eye sockets all the while flipping them the bird! And that's exactly what we will do if Mr. Matt Dinniman ever stops writing this series! Okay, maybe I'm channeling this book a little because I read both books in the span of two days but that shit is on him for making a fan-fucking-great book! Now show me your feet!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pheebs

    Great addition to the serise A solid second second instalment the series. While the pacing slows down a bit and the writing isn't as tight as it could be, this book is still an incredibly entertaining read that I couldn't put down. But the highlight of this series is defiantly the relationship between Carl and Dounut. There's a genuineness to there dynamic which is rare to find, especially in LitRPG, they truly care for each other and made me actually tear up at one point. The author has defiantl Great addition to the serise A solid second second instalment the series. While the pacing slows down a bit and the writing isn't as tight as it could be, this book is still an incredibly entertaining read that I couldn't put down. But the highlight of this series is defiantly the relationship between Carl and Dounut. There's a genuineness to there dynamic which is rare to find, especially in LitRPG, they truly care for each other and made me actually tear up at one point. The author has defiantly captured something special here. So if you liked the first one and want more of tbe

  11. 4 out of 5

    Larry

    For the love of God, read the series! A hilarious continuation of the first. Intrigue, action and going pants less! Seriously funny. My wife kept asking what was funny so she is now reading book 1. To the author, it said book 3 was done and coming in April. Unacceptable!!! This is 2021. The year following 2020. I am half ass expecting either the mega super volcano to erupt or an asteroid strike. Possibly a super nova. Let that book go free and hurry and write the following 14!!! All hail Princess For the love of God, read the series! A hilarious continuation of the first. Intrigue, action and going pants less! Seriously funny. My wife kept asking what was funny so she is now reading book 1. To the author, it said book 3 was done and coming in April. Unacceptable!!! This is 2021. The year following 2020. I am half ass expecting either the mega super volcano to erupt or an asteroid strike. Possibly a super nova. Let that book go free and hurry and write the following 14!!! All hail Princess Donut!

  12. 5 out of 5

    DrDaps

    A cut above the rest I'm surprised I'd never heard of Matt before stumbling across the first Carl book. Absent are the typical litrpg flaws of wooden supporting characters, awkward turns of phrase, and a world created to show off how cool the MC is. I felt like I was back in my youth reading a TOR-published novel, from the relentless pacing to the creative subversion of typical tropes. Ended up reading books 1 and 2 in two sleepless nights, and I was entertained for every goddamn page. Bravo A cut above the rest I'm surprised I'd never heard of Matt before stumbling across the first Carl book. Absent are the typical litrpg flaws of wooden supporting characters, awkward turns of phrase, and a world created to show off how cool the MC is. I felt like I was back in my youth reading a TOR-published novel, from the relentless pacing to the creative subversion of typical tropes. Ended up reading books 1 and 2 in two sleepless nights, and I was entertained for every goddamn page. Bravo

  13. 4 out of 5

    Glen C Miller

    Awesome genre and books! Highly creative, incredibly varying combat 'scenes. Filled with crude, witty and sarcastic banter among the main characters and characters versus 'NPC' characters in between; leading into, sometimes during combat and even afterwards! Enemies that 'remember' prior interaction with the main character/party/party members, all help to keep the reading interesting and the reader chuckling. All hail, "Princess Donut" and beware her pugilistic/podolistic (gotta love them feet!) Awesome genre and books! Highly creative, incredibly varying combat 'scenes. Filled with crude, witty and sarcastic banter among the main characters and characters versus 'NPC' characters in between; leading into, sometimes during combat and even afterwards! Enemies that 'remember' prior interaction with the main character/party/party members, all help to keep the reading interesting and the reader chuckling. All hail, "Princess Donut" and beware her pugilistic/podolistic (gotta love them feet!) royal bodyguard Carl! Get in the way and he might have to Smash you!!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    William Howe

    Almost too fast This one goes at a breakneck pace. Strangely less combat driven than the first, but with bigger ‘Boom’s. Where the first book covered two floors, this only covered one and really a small portion of one. The quest chains were a nice addition to the world. There was also a lot of prep work done for future levels. Definitely going to purchase the next book when it is released.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michael James Dillon

    A truly outstanding and entertaining book! When I read the first one and saw the title I thought it would just be dumb. I was completely wrong in that assumption, LOL. The first book was really good, this second book is even better, and I find that hard to believe but it's the truth. This book series is worth your money. Super entertaining, lots of drama, and good laughs all the way through. A truly outstanding and entertaining book! When I read the first one and saw the title I thought it would just be dumb. I was completely wrong in that assumption, LOL. The first book was really good, this second book is even better, and I find that hard to believe but it's the truth. This book series is worth your money. Super entertaining, lots of drama, and good laughs all the way through.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Goddamit, Donut! Another great book. I read this on RR because I couldn't wait after reading the first one, but read it again now. If you haven't read the first one do so, and if you like that, read this too. On the subject of the next book, I think I said it already, but I found that one, or the RR chapters that will lead to it, bogged down in mechanics of the floor. I don't know if the Amazon version will be exactly the same, but I just put that out there for the author's consideration. Goddamit, Donut! Another great book. I read this on RR because I couldn't wait after reading the first one, but read it again now. If you haven't read the first one do so, and if you like that, read this too. On the subject of the next book, I think I said it already, but I found that one, or the RR chapters that will lead to it, bogged down in mechanics of the floor. I don't know if the Amazon version will be exactly the same, but I just put that out there for the author's consideration.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cameron

    Fun Ride - great series I think what this author excels at is creating conflict and building character motivations. Out of the several books I have read from them the author always manages to amaze. This series is a continuation of the deadly game show style GameLit book where the main characters must navigate death for entertainment of the entire universe... constantly faced by puns, humor, and mocking aliens who enjoy watching the characters suffer. It’s a ride...

  18. 4 out of 5

    rustin m gooden

    Goddamn it, Donut! I read about 180 LitRPG books last year. This is my first review. I like this book a lot. The author is really creative. Reminds me of David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest. There are little puffs of dialogue with very witty explosions peppered throughout. I have had to slow down my reading to catch them all. I have read a lot of pretty interesting stuff over the last year and this series is really at the top.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mark McMenamin

    Fun! What a great series. Our two leads are like brother and sister squabbling while trying to 1) survive 2) do it with style 3) remain true to themselves and 4) do the right thing. Seriously impaired by just trying to survive they manage to level up and keep moving forward. The story is fast paced and consistent. It’s well written and has enough humor to make the apocalypse seem almost fun.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cuong Luu

    Witty and action packed I really enjoy the writing style this story has to offer. So much personality to where you can’t put the book down. In this 2nd series you get more in depth with Carl and his feelings with the people he’s surrounded with. And not to mention things are shaken up to where the tempo of the story isn’t consistent to the first one to where it isn’t repetitive. If you enjoy DND and cats, this is right up your ally!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ryan McCoin

    A fantastic sequel Lightning doesn't strike twice; unless you're Matt Dinniman, then it strikes everytime you put pen to paper. This book is fantastic and keeps the action and intrigue coming in fast and heavy. If you liked the first one, or appreciate psychedelic dungeon diving adventures, you'll love this book. A fantastic sequel Lightning doesn't strike twice; unless you're Matt Dinniman, then it strikes everytime you put pen to paper. This book is fantastic and keeps the action and intrigue coming in fast and heavy. If you liked the first one, or appreciate psychedelic dungeon diving adventures, you'll love this book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    BJ Thompson

    What a fun read! Book 2 was just as much fun as the first book with even more of the intergalactic nonsense and even more explosions. This has been the perfect break from other books who obsess over details and miss out on the fun. Get this book right now and enjoy the madness of Dinniman's dungeon world. What a fun read! Book 2 was just as much fun as the first book with even more of the intergalactic nonsense and even more explosions. This has been the perfect break from other books who obsess over details and miss out on the fun. Get this book right now and enjoy the madness of Dinniman's dungeon world.

  23. 4 out of 5

    George Hamel

    Another awesome tale The trials and tibulations of Princess Donut continue, with her man servant Carl. Witness the extreme elegance, poise, and beauty of Her Royal Highness... and Carl who still has no pants or shoes. There's explosions, schemes, and vindictive A.I.'s who are reeealy geting creepy! Another awesome tale The trials and tibulations of Princess Donut continue, with her man servant Carl. Witness the extreme elegance, poise, and beauty of Her Royal Highness... and Carl who still has no pants or shoes. There's explosions, schemes, and vindictive A.I.'s who are reeealy geting creepy!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Steve LeBel

    Fun to read When I first started this series, I was apprehensive about the premise. The author has managed it brilliantly. The plot is full of action and excitement, twists and subtleties, ever-expanding challenges for Carl and Donut. Fun dialog is frosting on the cake. Well done!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

    Another great book, had to dock a star for the ending though (view spoiler)[ I know the game isn't supposed to be fair but every time Carl seems to complete a quest he gets shafted by producers and outside influencers just removing his rewards, hoping in the next book there's some pushback or something from the "fans" to stop interference (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)] Another great book, had to dock a star for the ending though (view spoiler)[ I know the game isn't supposed to be fair but every time Carl seems to complete a quest he gets shafted by producers and outside influencers just removing his rewards, hoping in the next book there's some pushback or something from the "fans" to stop interference (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)]

  26. 4 out of 5

    Justin

    Getting better and bigger Sometimes litrpg books transcend the genre and become books you are willing to recommend to people outside the know. This series is rapidly becoming that kind of fun, off the wall, laugh out loud, and dare I say it, Pratchett like craziness that I would recommend to anyone. (That doesn't mind the bloody explosions) Great job, now we just need footnotes! Getting better and bigger Sometimes litrpg books transcend the genre and become books you are willing to recommend to people outside the know. This series is rapidly becoming that kind of fun, off the wall, laugh out loud, and dare I say it, Pratchett like craziness that I would recommend to anyone. (That doesn't mind the bloody explosions) Great job, now we just need footnotes!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan

    Even better than the first one! Clowns! Hookers! The first carl and donut book was funny and clever, and had a big dose of heart also. This is more of the same, but thr story deepens, and the humor gets funnier. I've been telling all my friends about this book, and once you read it, you will too! Even better than the first one! Clowns! Hookers! The first carl and donut book was funny and clever, and had a big dose of heart also. This is more of the same, but thr story deepens, and the humor gets funnier. I've been telling all my friends about this book, and once you read it, you will too!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tyler

    O My God These books, so funny but also this one got twisted. I can see there being some backstabs or losses in the future that will make me throw my phone ha but these are great reads with fun descriptions and abilities

  29. 4 out of 5

    robert vig

    Great continuation A fast-paced fun entertaining book little bit of darkness but mostly just fast-paced murderhobo fun lots of twists and turns that any fan of a good comedy book would like definitely recommended to any litrpg fans that want to fun easy read

  30. 4 out of 5

    Duncan McNiff

    Seriously fun and funny. At least as good as the first. Carl and Donut are so much fun to read. A lot of interesting plot points are in the works. Plus more weird and sarcastic AI, death by TV and peril. Can’t wait for more.

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