The First Boxer

The First Boxer The Last Empress previously titled The First Boxer Randall Chen Overseer of the Mission of Ezra has been sent back to th century China to protect a priceless treasure hidden in the Forbidden City

  • Title: The First Boxer
  • Author: Christopher Ride
  • ISBN: 9781863256605
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Last Empress previously titled The First Boxer Randall Chen, Overseer of the Mission of Ezra, has been sent back to 19th century China to protect a priceless treasure hidden in the Forbidden City A treasure beyond compare on which hangs the fate of the world, a treasure for which men will destroy nationsStuck between the armies of the British Empire, The Chinese EThe Last Empress previously titled The First Boxer Randall Chen, Overseer of the Mission of Ezra, has been sent back to 19th century China to protect a priceless treasure hidden in the Forbidden City A treasure beyond compare on which hangs the fate of the world, a treasure for which men will destroy nationsStuck between the armies of the British Empire, The Chinese Emperor and the Mongol Lord, Randall must ensure that history stays on course and the future is safeguarded But no one can predict what Randall Chen will do when faced with the Empress Ci Xi, an irresistible woman with an insatiable lust for power Has he betrayed the mission or been betrayed by The Enterprise Corporation who sent him into the past And will Wilson Dowling get there in time to save the future

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  • 169 Comments

  • A historical novel/science fiction/thriller with a little mysticism thrown in. The hidden subtext in the Dead Sea Scrolls is deciphered, and it reveals instructions for building a time machine, and "mission notes" for sending a man back in time to fix history, and preserve the life force of the planet. The life force resides in a tree in the gardens of the Forbidden City in 19th century China. The English and French armies of the Second Opium War threaten to destroy the tree. If that happens, ec [...]


  • A very enjoyable book, lot's to get the reader involved with, lot's to think about. Fairly intense story line and well written. Falls in a heap a little at the end, but leaves the reader contemplating what might have been, and curious to look up the actual historical facts. I had no idea until the end that this book would touch on real events and real historical figures. The science behind the time travel is plausibly described, I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys an action thriller [...]


  • I read it (listened to it actually) all the way through despite it not really being my bag. I mean, time travel book! It is a boy-book and the unswervingly stereotypical characterisation got boring. It is a sequel so it was interesting to find out "what happened next" but over all it is a very average read. It did make me want to find out more historical fact about Chinese history and Ci Xe the empress though!


  • A very interesting look at the opeum wars, the Boxer Rebellion and the last imperial rulers of China especially Empress Cixi. Several inconsiquential love stories are also included for those who need them. My primary interest was in 19th century Chinese history and the effect it has had on subsiquent events.


  • This is a stand alone book but also the sequel to the Schumann Exchange. Set in the future but sending people back to the past is how this book works. Randall Chen goes back to early China to thwart a takeover by the British. What happens when you try to change the past


  • the premise is interesting, but the characters and the story are just not well written. figures that are pretty much omnipotent are just destined to become boring.


  • Leider hat der Klappentext einen etwas anderen Inhalt vermuten lassen, der mir deutlich besser gefallen hätte.



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