Author: Kirill Klevanski, Valeria Kornosenko
Format: Kindle Edition
"Dragon Heart" is one of the top-rated Wuxia LitRPG novels in Russia.
The author has been writing the story for only one and a half years, however, it already has 1100 chapters spanning 12 books. The whole story is planned out and will have over 2000 chapters and 20 books.
The version in Russian has been read over 10,000,000 times.
This story has made Klevanski the #1 or #2 author on the 4 biggest self-publishing sites in Russia.
Right now, "Dragon Heart" is being translated into English and published chapter by chapter on several American sites.
Within a month, the story became popular with the foreign readers and caused quite a stir.
On Royal Road, it currently holds the #2 spot in trending fictions and has gathered almost 2000 followers.
On Creative Novels, it's being followed by over 1500 readers.
Webnovel received the book warmly and the readers are eagerly waiting for new chapters.
I hope you'll like my story, too.
You can read the first half of the book and the many glowing reviews here:
He was born anew in a world where martial arts were indistinguishable from magic.
He’d only received a neuronet and meaningless desires from his past life.
What lies ahead?
He’d dreamed of adventure and freedom, but those dreams were taken away from him.
The same way his mother, father, and sister had been taken away.
They took his Kingdom, they even took his destiny.
But he is willing to wage a war, against the whole world if need be, to bring everything back.
Even if a whole army opposes him, his sword won’t waver.
Even if the Emperor sends entire legions against him, his step won’t falter.
Even if demons and gods, heroes and villains alike, unite against him, he won’t bend to their will. His own will is iron itself, unstoppable.
His name is Hadjar and he heeds the call of the dragon heart within him.
This novel contains uncensored scenes of battle that may or may not include depictions of violence and gore.
Read it at your own risk.
P.S. If the aforementioned reasons aren’t enough to get you to read this story, there are also many great illustrations in the book.