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Stone Will by Kirill Klevanski Review

Title: Stone Will

Author: Kirill Klevanski

First published March 22, 2019

348 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.25


Stone Will is a thrilling LitRPG novel by Kirill Klevanski, the #1 author on the 4 biggest self-publishing sites in Russia. The story follows the journey of a man named Arthur Leywin, who wakes up in a virtual reality game with no memory of his past life.

In this world, magic and technology are one and the same, and Arthur must learn to navigate this new reality and gain the power he needs to survive. But as he progresses, he discovers a sinister plot that threatens the very existence of the game world and everything he holds dear.

With the help of his friends and allies, Arthur must fight against impossible odds and uncover the truth behind the conspiracy. His will is unbreakable, his determination unwavering.

This is a story of adventure, friendship, and the power of the human spirit. With breathtaking battle scenes and stunning illustrations, Stone Will is a must-read for fans of LitRPG and epic fantasy.

Please note that this novel contains graphic violence and gore. Read at your own risk.

About the Author

Looking for an exciting new read? Check out Kirill Klevanski, a talented author based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

His novel “Dragon Heart” has gained immense popularity in Russia with over 30 million reads and has made Klevanski the number one author on four of Russia’s biggest self-publishing sites. The novel spans 1500 chapters over 19 books, with plans for over 2000 chapters and 22 books in total.

Now, “Dragon Heart” is being translated into English and published chapter by chapter on several American sites, including Amazon, where it has become a bestseller. It has reached the number one spot in various categories such as Asian Myth & Legend eBooks, Fantasy Adventure Fiction, Dark Fantasy Horror, Dystopian Science Fiction, and Superhero Science Fiction.

Join the many readers worldwide who have fallen in love with “Dragon Heart”. Don’t miss out on this thrilling adventure!

Editoral Review

Stone Will by Kirill Klevanski, first published on March 22, 2019, is an intricately woven work of fantasy fiction that explores themes of power, ambition, honor, and personal sacrifice. Klevanski is a Russian author who has gained a significant following for his entrancing writing style and immersive world-building.

His latest work delivers on both fronts, delivering a rich and rewarding tale that is sure to capture readers’ imaginations. The story follows the journey of Nikolai, an orphaned boy who is raised to become a powerful mage by the mysterious Master of the Order.

Nikolai is driven by a deep sense of purpose – to retrieve the legendary Stone Will, a powerful artifact that can grant unlimited magical power to those who wield it. As he sets out on his quest, Nikolai encounters a diverse cast of characters, each with their own motivations and agendas.

Along the way, he must confront dark forces, magical creatures, and fellow mages who seek to claim the Stone Will for themselves. At its core, Stone Will is a classic hero’s journey, with Nikolai learning valuable lessons about duty, loyalty, and the true nature of power as he travels through the enchanted world.

Klevanski skillfully weaves together elements of traditional fairy tales, epic fantasy, and modern urban fantasy to create a unique and captivating narrative. The pacing is dynamic, with plenty of action and suspense to keep readers engaged, while the character development is nuanced and engaging, making it easy to invest in Nikolai’s journey.

One of the standout features of the book is Klevanski’s immersive world-building. The settings are vividly described, with plenty of atmospheric detail to bring them to life, and the magical creatures and societies that inhabit them are refreshingly original.

The magical system is also well thought out and believable, with clear rules and limitations that prevent it from becoming too overpowering. While there are some minor flaws in the book, such as a few slow moments towards the middle of the story, they are far outweighed by its many strengths.

Klevanski’s writing style is both poetic and engaging, adding to the story’s overall enchantment. The themes explored are also thought-provoking, adding a layer of depth and complexity to the story that is rare in this genre.

Overall, Stone Will is a spellbinding work of fantasy fiction that is sure to leave readers enthralled. It is highly recommended for fans of epic fantasy, fairy tales, and magic, as well as readers who appreciate well-crafted prose and intricate world-building.

With its universal themes and engaging characters, it is a book that is sure to stand the test of time.