The year is 1939. Captured archaeologist Chuan-Jay Hoo is conscripted by Japanese army to work on the excavation of an ancient tomb in China, a process that unearths the secret of alien involvements in Chinese history.
The excavation ends; but China is still in dire need of help. Teamed up with Dr. Harry Jones, an American adventurer and a close friend of President Roosevelt, Chuan-Jay returns to the tomb and successfully persuades the guardians of the tomb to interfere human affairs. However, neither has any clue about what they have just unleashed.
With the help of the guardians, the Allies quickly turn the tide of the war in Pacific. However, the subsequent rise of an evil force catches everyone on Earth by surprise. It is so evil that 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": http://youtube.com/watch?v=hwpZ8tm8PPI
The author has taken pains to go back into the dark history of World War II and use the accounts of the horror that the people were going through to create an entirely new story. The story is not simply about the good versus the evil. It is about what the mankind needs to do as a whole.
"An epic and inventive Far East, space-invasion reimagining of World War II."
The story line complex but logical...hard to put down.