Dungeon of Wrath | Podium Audio

The Seven Deadly Demons

Dungeon of Wrath

Book 2

By: Drake O'Keef

Performed by: Steve Campbell

Released: February 15, 2022

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 18 hr, 56 min

Not all enemies are Demons….
Jace Black is a wanted man; the Council and Elite Protectors are hunting him for a crime he didn’t commit. While his best friend, Elarya Storm, works to clear their names, Jace prepares forhis quest to defeat the next Greater Dungeon.
Dodging Protectors, Jace and his Party head to Rhoass where they meet new acquaintances who help them on their way. But deceit and intrigue stalk Jace, and the closer he gets to completing his quest, the more he realizes not everyone wants him to succeed.
Closing the first Greater Dungeon had unforeseen consequences that threaten the Protectors’ way of life, and many blame Jace. As opposition mounts and the dungeon level-up program spreads across the globe, fear and mistrust make it increasingly difficult to tell friend from foe. The situation grows more dangerous than he could’ve imagined, and Jace must decide how far he’ll go to save the lives of those around him.
What will he have to sacrifice to save the world?
Includes bonus story Eye of the Storm.



Drake O'Keef

A life-long appreciation for Dungeons & Dragons, Everquest, and writing led to the first foray into the LitRPG genre by combining these passions and helped the Seven Deadly Demons series come to life.



Steve Campbell

Steve Campbell is a Canadian Narrator, versed in British and American accents, who has recorded over 135 titles, totaling over a thousand finished hours of audiobooks, equal to 10,000,000 words. He won the Independent Audiobook Award in 2019 for YA (Watcher by AJ Eversley - co-narrated with Chelsea Stephens). Steve has also been interviewed for an article in the Wall Street Journal and has been on multiple podcasts and is a member of SAG-AFTRA. Steve is happily married to his high school sweetheart and they have two sons together. He’s a huge fan of movies and comics, and didn’t discover his love for reading until he was 20 and hasn’t looked back.