Title: Bollywood Invasion
Author’s Name: Ricardo Alexanders
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Genre: Romance Fantasy
Page Count: 295 Pages
Author or Book Website: ricardoalexanders.com
Link to Amazon purchase page: Bollywood Invasion
Link to Goodreads: Bollywood Invasion
Release Date: September 18, 2018
How I Got the Book: ARC
Summary of the Book:
A fantasy novel about a modern-day American boy who wakes up in 1958 India as the reincarnation of John Lennon ( Book trailer https://youtu.be/CUN5Md-tXJk )
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?
His fate will unfold in Bollywood Invasion.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I got a copy of this book from the author. I was so happy when it came in the mail. It is a retelling of a tale some of us already know. It follows the adventure of a teen who is late for school that he is hit by a bus and wakes not only in another body but another time. He is a prince in India in 1958. He does not understand it after first and he meets a girl and that changes everything for him. Her father does not approve him and sends her away. He has to do something and he and his friends for a band. It does not go so well at first but then he starts to remember things from his other life and they start to get notice with the song Yesterday. He wants fame and fortune for his friends and that will give him a chance to find the girl. How that all works out you are going to have to read for yourself. I did like who the author put little explanations at the book of the page with a number so you would what things meant. It made the story flow and more enjoyable. A story that is should to become a classic in its own right.
My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars