Our reality is founded on secrets. Beings with god-like powers pass through society unnoticed. Some aim to protect us. Others seek our destruction.
Guided by prophecies and twisted beliefs, they all watch for the Harbinger. Many believe it heralds the ultimate end, Ragnarok. A select few see it as a tool to manipulate creation itself.
Gwynn Dormath knows none of this. He's a barely noticed kid going through the motions of his every day.
That comes to a halt when Sophia sits down across from him.
For years, Gwynn has admired her from afar.
When the most shocking words he can imagine come from her mouth, he knows his world is forever changing.
It begins with a simple date. A date which ends in explosive tragedy.
Injured, confused, Gwynn realizes he sees things no one else can. He begins wielding powers no human should. The world is cracking open, its secrets bleeding out.
In those secrets lay the revelation of grave danger. Forbidden agents of darkness gather, intent on killing thousands of worlds. And they believe Gwynn Dormath is the Harbinger.
Combining his love of anime, light novels, and mythology, The Bleeding Worlds is the first novel series by YouTuber Justus R. Stone.
About the Author
In addition to writing, he runs a YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/JustusRStone) dedicated to his love of light novels (the source material for numerous anime and manga). He posts several videos, including news, reviews, and podcasts, on a weekly basis.
Justus R. Stone was born, raised, and still lives in the Greater Toronto area in Ontario, Canada. He loves interacting with fans, so he can be found on numerous social media platforms, but posts most often to Twitter and YouTube.
Table of Contents
The Fine Line Between Dreams and Nightmares
Be Warned of Another’s Woe
Touching the Maelstrom
Tales From the Past
Instrument of the Shadows
Luck Only Lasts So Long
The Girl He Used to Know
The Script of Creation
Closets Never Stay Closed
The Man on the Other Side of the World
Grasping at an Offered Hand
Reaching for the Moon
The Sword of Sorrow
The Workings of the Soul
Places You Can’t Go Back To
Questions of Trust
The Blood of Others
So Close, Yet Worlds Apart
The Truth Too Hard to Face
The Family He Never Knew
The Children of Odin
The Dragon that Fed on the World
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