My Lord is A Stone


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One day, Emperor Wu Ling discovered, every night he would become a stone, kept on the jewellery box of a lady, embarrassing beyond embarrassing.

One day, Zhao Jin Yu discovered, the stone on her jewellery box could actually speak! Awkward beyond awkward.

This stone had a malicious tongue, harsh, two-faced and indifferent, Zhao Jin Yu itched to throw it smashing it to pieces…, who knew one day, wanting to save herself she used it to block a sword, it really did shatter, she cried for a very long time.

Again one day, Zhao Jin Yu was drafted into the palace, she discovered unusually, the emperor was like this he had a malicious tongue, harsh, two-faced and indifferent…

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Hanawie rated it
July 28, 2017
Status: Completed
After finishing this novel, I realized that the summary is incorrect at certain parts: she didn't break the stone while blocking a sword nor did she "discovered unusually, the emperor was like this he had a malicious tongue, harsh, two-faced and indifferent".

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The stone actually shattered itself when it jumped up to block an arrow from killing her. Also, she realizes that stone=emperor before she even steps one foot inside the palace (like in the streets, right before she enters the palace). The emperor is completely in love with her at that point too so there's none of that harsh and indifferent treatment. The author probably wrote the summary early on and forgot to change it.


This novel is mostly focused on comedy since one of our main characters is a part-time stone for the bulk of the story after all. However, there is a lot of old-fashion historical family drama mixed in that I felt was kind of redundant. If we take the talking stone out, the entire story would literally be family drama after family drama.

The author says that the female lead is a time-traveler from the future in chapter 2 but there was literally no point to it AT ALL. Her time traveling-ness does nothing for this story. Zero, zip, nada. So, just forget about it and treat her as a girl born and raised in ancient era. In fact, this novel shouldn't even be bothered to be tagged transmigration since I'm pretty sure the author herself forgot the whole time-traveling thing.

The male lead was pretty funny, managing to bypass my anti-emperor bias (only a teensy-tiny little bit though, I still hate all emperors with a burning passion). However, I definitely liked him more as a talking stone. There's just something about stone-form emperor that is so much more cuter than human-form emperor.


Also, for all the talk about how he avoids and punishes his harem, WHEN THE HECK DID HE SUDDENLY HAVE A DAUGHTER!?!? I felt so lied to. I thought this novel was about a cold emperor's first love or something but instead we learn that he had previously liked someone else before! Author tries to excuse him by saying that his feeling then is nothing like what he feels for the female lead now but I'm calling out this BS. The whole daughter thing made me feel like I was reading about a single dad hitting on a teenage girl. *Shudders*

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June 9, 2018
Status: c29
The storyline of the novel - young woman (supposedly a time traveller) loses her family due to political trouble but somehow ends up with a pebble which contains the soul of the emperor part of the time - is not quite as unbelievable as my description implies.

That is the miracle of this novel - the author is actually able to make this seem probable. By including long portions of each character's inner thoughts, the author allows the reader to skip over the unbelievable aspects right into accepting them. In fact,... more>> the main plot point - the soul in the stone - reminds me of the famous Sherlock Holmes quote, ""How often have I said that when you have excluded the impossible whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

As soon as you accept the soul transference, the rest of the plot falls into line. The Pebble King is basically a mole inside the camp of his enemies - but he only gets half of what's going on (because he's only there half the time) and each step he takes to prevent or solve problems (when he's in his Emperor form) is not fully effective because he doesn't want to alarm his human carrier/companion. I get the feeling he's not the smartest Emperor ever but he's luckily found a kind and pretty heroine to hang around with. I'm looking forward to when all the puzzle pieces fall into place and both girl and Emperor realize who is the other person in this weird relationship! <<less
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Quhon rated it
April 20, 2018
Status: c16
I do like this novel quit a bit and waited until there were more updates its funny and interesting. I'm looking forward for the time the ML meeting the MC.

I hope it will not be abandoned.😟 that would be great😶😍
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onelovestorie rated it
May 19, 2019
Status: c79
Edit: I went back to complete the story since I hate leaving things in the middle. After finishing the whole story, I still think I felt betrayed as a reader because ... more>>

the whole daughter issue was literally dropped from the sky so late into the novel. The Emporer loveing another woman was so casually briefed over also felt like a betrayal of everything we, as a reader are made to believe about the Emporer never loving someone so much as the FL.


I dropped this at chapter 66 after I read another review on this about the



Even before I dropped the novel, I was finding it super hard to like the story. I originally started this story because I loved the concept of the Emporer turning into a stone. And so it was a novel idea in the beginning. The banter between the ML and FL was fun and interesting. However, as soon as the FL's family is introduced, the ML takes a backseat for the rest of the story until the very end of the novel.

I was reading this novel for the ML, not the stupid FL who is apparently a time-traveller with no personality of a modern woman stuck in the body of an ancient woman. She was brought up as an ancient woman and thus behaves, thinks and acts exactly like an ancient woman. So, my question to the author, why exactly did you make the FL an ancient woman? What purpose did it serve in this novel? As a reader, I saw no reason to make the FL a time-traveller.

Also, the family drama went on for about 70% of the story and the ML had little to no hand in any of those events other than a few words of caution for our FL from time to time. The summary is hinting towards a grand romance, but truthfully, there is very little interaction between the FL and ML after about the 20% mark till about the 90% mark of the story. And the ML only interacts with the FL as a person and not a stone until the chapter that I dropped this story, which is about 10 chapters away from the ending so you can do the math on how little screen time the two have together as people and not as a stone and person.

All in all, this story started off strong but lost all its lustre in the middle and the ending is getting to be a big disappointment. <<less
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Czarinananana rated it
May 19, 2018
Status: --
Funny but inconsistent. The Author has amnesia all the time making things up in this chapter and changes it in later chapters. Does the author think us readers are stupid? Don't believe me? Try and read it. I. DARE. YOU.
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MangoGuy rated it
June 25, 2019
Status: c79
My initial rating was 2, but after finishing this novel and giving it some thought, I feel this is more of a 3.

Let me make it very clear: This is a very, very ordinary novel filled with loose endings. I can only think that this is one of the first works of the author or something, looking at the work.

I like the character of the female protagonist. And that is tough. She is well written, and a modern woman who also understands the condition of women in the ancient times.... more>> She is willing to let women go through it if they want, but she is clear about herself.

The emperor is also quite a fluffy character, especially so when he is in the stone form for like the first 50 or so chapters. However, after that, it is all ordinary.

My first concern with this novel is how unplanned it is. In the ending, it is clear that the author planned for another arc but abruptly cut it short. And this happens multiple times. There are useless chapters around that aren't even filler.

There are some cute elements here and there but it is strictly ordinary. Considering the similar novels on offer, I would say that this is not Mango approved.

Maybe if it was condensed to some 65 odd chapters with a more tight plot, it could be getting a 4.

Beware, this may have some cute moments but not comedy. Also, if you want to finish it then you have to power through it. <<less
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cap.toon rated it
April 24, 2018
Status: c1
The sentences are run on. I am getting use to it and understand it, so personally I am not demanding for a change in this area. I enjoy the plot so far. It can be quite funny.

The novel is written in such a way that we are given enough peek into side characters' personality and role. How things unfold are pretty interesting too.
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