Justus R. Stone is currently working on the final novel in his Bleeding Worlds series.
When he's not writing, he's reading light novels, which he reviews on his YouTube channel.
Between books, work, writing, and family, he also squeezes in a healthy dose of video games and anime.
All of these influences help to infuse his writing with kinetic action, deep conspiracies, and wonders hidden within our world.
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Latest Journal Entries
Review of the 2nd volume in the light novel series, Is It Wrong To Try To Pick-Up Girls In A Dungeon? (aka DanMachi) by Fujino Omori. From the Back Cover: “Nice to meet ya, white-haired mister!” When someone calls out to Bell with these words, he discovers that the voice belongs to a small girl,[…]
My review of the light novel, The Devil Is A Part-Timer! Volume 1, by Satoshi Wagahara. The review is of the English release from Yen On. From the Back Cover: Being soundly thrashed by the hero Emilia, the Devil King and his general beat a hasty retreat to a parallel universe…only to land smack in[…]
Review of the light novel Log Horizon Vol. 1, The Beginning of Another World, by Mamare Touno. From the Back Cover: Thirty thousand Japanese gamers awake one day to discover that the fantasy world of Elder Tales, an MMORPG that was formerly their collective hobby, has become their cold hard reality. Severed from their everyday lives,[…]
My review of the 2nd book in Reki Kawahara’s light novel series, Accel World, The Red Storm Princess. From the Back Cover: Since meeting Kuroyukihime, Haruyuki has managed to grow up a bit. But suddenly this mature Haruyuki is confronted by Tomoko, an elementary school girl he’s never met before–who calls him “big brother”?! When[…]
Review of Volume 3 in Reki Kawahara’s light novel series, Sword Art Online, Fairy Dance. From the Back Cover: Kirito has escaped Sword Art Online, the forbidden VRMMORPG of death, and returned to reality. He heads off to find his game partner and lover, Asuna Yuuki. But Asuna never made it back from the nightmare.[…]
My book review of Volume One of Fujino Omori’s light novel series, Is It Wrong to Try to Pick-up Girls in a Dungeon? (Sorry about some of the hissing noise, my mic went wonky) From the Back Cover: In Orario, fearless adventurers band together in search of fame and fortune within the monstrous underground labyrinth[…]
My thoughts on Attack on Titan: Before the Fall, by Ryo Suzukaze. This is a light novel which serves as a prequel to the AoT anime and manga. From the Back Cover: Before the fall, and before the trials of “the Titan’s son” Kyklo, a young smith by the name of Angel Aaltonen grappled with[…]