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The Last Resistance: Dragon Tomb

by Ricardo Alexanders  US United States

August 8, 2018   |    729 reads    |   0 comments

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The Last Resistance: Dragon Tomb - Book coverSet in WW II, Dragon Tomb tells a story of a young Chinese archaeologist and an American college professor who save the world from an extraterrestrial Armageddon.

When archaeologist Chuan-Jay Hoo becomes a POW in 1939, he's conscripted to work on the excavation of an ancient tomb in China, a process that unearths a secret of alien involvements in human history and the true origin of Chinese civilization.

The excavation ends; but China is still in dire need of help. Teamed up with American adventurer Dr. Harry Jones, a close friend of President Roosevelt, Chuan-Jay returns to the tomb and convinces the guardians of the tomb to interfere human affairs. However, neither has any clue about what they have just unleashed...

The tide of the war is turned but no one sees what is coming next: the rise of an otherworldly evil. Neither the Allies nor the Axis powers can stand in its way. Soon, our world is at the brink of an Armageddon. At the final moment of human civilization, Chuan-Jay finds himself standing alone in the tomb of the First King, as the last line of defense for the survival of mankind.

Author's Note: 

If you love stories of tomb-raiding, fiery dragons and time-travel, you won’t want to miss this history-science fiction, in which author Ricardo Alexanders pairs an Indiana Jones-style adventure with a historical backdrop.

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