: Timothy J. Blackman
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The Chinese government building aircraft carriers and warships, preparing to dominate the South China Sea and expand their influence worldwide? It's not fiction anymore. Back in 2002 when I thought of an idea for a book based on that exact topic I didn't think it would actually happen. But as I began to research the subject and got more involved it was apparent that was what the Chinese government had always planned to do. Each year a plan is written (just as the United States government does) that details what has to be done and what has been accomplished. The Chinese have said in these documents (white papers) that Communist China will conquer and take back Taiwan (and other small islands). Search the internet for yourself and find the aircraft carrier the Chinese bought from the cash-strapped Russian government. Bought under the guise as a potential floating museum, it is now an operational Chinese fleet aircraft carrier flying third generation aircraft off its deck. It is interesting to note that the last twenty years or so the Chinese government has been watching United States aircraft carrier operations with renewed interest. Will the Chinese be building new aircraft carriers of their own? Will there someday be a show down on the high seas between China and the United States? It's anyone guess. To see what might happen and how IT COULD AFFECT YOU, purchase the novel "Year of the Tiger" today. Commander Nathan Buckman and the crew of the USS Ronald Reagan return again! The Chinese government has decided that finally the time has come. The United States has indicated that they plan to dominate or at least curtail Chinese political and economic development in the Pacific region. Japanese fishing vessels and warships have encroached on several areas claimed centuries ago by China. Other countries had continually disregarded Chinese warnings, determined to fish the South China Sea to depletion. Taiwan and their military have become even bolder in recent months and have deployed further south to the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. With the announcement that Taiwan has finally claimed total independence from China, The United States' concerns about a Chinese invasion of Taiwan send Commander Nathan Buckman and the crew of the USS Ronald Reagan to the South China Sea. Secretly backed by the Russians and Iran, the Chinese set their plan in motion to deny the United States access to the Western Pacific. With all their technological superiority can the United States achieve victory by themselves? What surprises do the Chinese have in store for the United States and Taiwan? A deadly evil disguises itself, waiting for the right time to strike at the heart of Taiwan. A culmination of events soon collide, with the winner being not so apparent!