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About Ricardo Alexanders
"Dragon Tomb" is his first book. Ricardo wrote this book to pay tribute to his ancestors. "Dragon Tomb" is also the first book of "The Last Resistance" pentalogy. The tentative titles for the rest four are: "Resurrection", "Total Invasion", "Red Dragon", and the series finale, "Genesis". Sharing of such titles is meant to set a clear goal for Ricardo in building an unique/brand-new world for readers and motivate him to finish the pentalogy within five years.
Ricardo's second book is "Bollywood Invasion", which tells an unique story about about a modern-day American boy wakes up in 1958 India as the reincarnation of John Lennon and then conquers the world by re-creating the songs from the great Beatles. "Bollywood Invasion" is scheduled to be officially released on September 18, 2018.
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Want to see Prime Minister Tojo arguing face to face with President Roosevelt on which country is responsible for the attack of Pearl Harbor?
This is the book for you.
In Dragon Tomb, Writer Ricardo Alexanders tells a story about a young Chinese archaeologist who saves the world from an extraterrestrial Armageddon during World War II. FDR, Hitler, Stalin,Tojo, Madame Chiang…many historical characters make appearances in this soul-stirring story, which is filled with twists and turns and packed with adventures and actions.
1939, two years after returning from Boston to defend his country against Japanese invasion, archaeologist Chuan-Jay Hoo is captured in a behind-enemy- lines rescue mission. As a POW, he is forced to take part in the excavation of the tomb of the mythical First King of China. Unexpectedly, this top-secret raid is violently defeated by a ruthless killing force sealed within the tomb. Chuan-Jay is astonished by the tomb guardian's fire power and the fact that the illusive First Dynasty in China was established by some strayed Aliens who happened to crash-land on Earth 4000 years ago. He begs those guardians to save their blood intertwined descendants. But they refuse, citing a more pressing mission to accomplish.
Eighteen months later, Chuan-Jay teams up with an American adventurer and a close friend of President Roosevelt, Dr. Harry Jones, and returns to the tomb. The duo successfully convinces the guardians to fight for China, then the Allies. With the help of the guardians, the Allies prepare for an all-out counter offense to end the war in Pacific by the spring of 1944. However, the subsequent rise of an evil force catches everyone on Earth by surprise. It is so evil, the Allies and the Axis powers are forced to fight together for our survival.
Human throws in everything they have, including the atomic bombs. The evil still prevails. After the final battle in Shanghai, Chuan-Jay finds himself standing in the dragon tomb again, as the last line of resistance for mankind.
How can he save us all?
Book trailer: https://youtu.be/qbs7k1nXAv4
Original theme song: “Everyday is a Monument”
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A fantasy novel about a modern-day American boy who wakes up in 1958 India as the reincarnation of John Lennon.
Bollywood Invasion opens when the protagonist, a sixteen-years-old boy from Brooklyn, finds himself with riches and power beyond his wildest fantasies in India, thirty-five years before he was born.
Brooklyn is readily forgotten. Life becomes a constant stream of debauchery, coming to a stand-still only when he meets “the one.” However, love doesn’t come easy. He must become a better man, a pursuit ignited by his memories of Beatles songs on his iPod.
Will these legendary songs change his life?
Can he escape Lennon’s eventual tragic fate?
Will he ever find his way back to Brooklyn?
His fate will unfold in Bollywood Invasion.
Bollywood Invasion blends Indian cultural experience, time-travel blend perfectly with the legendary songs from the Beatles.
“An imaginative…rock ‘n’ roll fantasy.” Kirkus Reviews
“An engrossing saga that excels in unexpected turns of plot.” Midwest Book Review