The Chronicles of Teng

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Anthony Kee

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Archaeologist Edgar Blake travels to Tibet. He discovers evidence that the hand of God has indeed been at work elsewhere in the universe. His quest, is to reveal all to an unsuspecting world, before the powers that be intervene.


Religious, Action, Adventure, Fantasy,Action,Adventure

Short Summary

Archaeologist Edgar Blake and companions are lured into Chinese occupied Tibet. Deep into the mountains, they come across a cavern full of alien artifacts left on Earth by aliens fourteen thousand years ago, a precurser to their return. Chinese, Russian and American agents, want what they have found

Being from another galaxy return to Earth after fourteen thousand years. A two year cultural exchange of personnel takes place, which sees Egdar Blake and his companions travelling to Velos 2.5 million light years away, in the Andromeda galaxy.


LHasa Tibet, California, New York

Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise


Plot - Other Elements

Philosophical Questions, Happy Ending, Meaningful Message

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Edgar Blake

Age: 48

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Adventurous, Empathetic, Honorable, Selfless, Visionary, Confident, Educated, Masculine, Strong Moral Code,Empathetic,Selfless,Confident,Educated,Strong Moral Code,Visionary

Additional Character Details

Name: Leo Porter

Age: 48

Gender: Male

Role: Sidekick

Key Traits: Greedy, Sarcastic, Blunt, Clumsy, Educated,Sarcastic,Clumsy,Funny,Educated

Additional Character Details

Name: Susan Carter

Age: 35

Gender: Female

Role: protagonist

Key Traits: Aspiring, Empathetic, Romantic, Sexy, Confident, Gracious, Sophisticated, Adventurous, Beautiful, Complex, Engaging, Seductive, Selfless, Charming, Educated, Skillful,Adventurous,Charming,Confident,Sexy,Educated,Empathetic

Additional Character Details

Name: Teng

Age: 150

Gender: Male

Role: mentor

Key Traits: Extraordinary Powers and Abilities, Lone Wolf, Strong Moral Code, Modest, Perseverance, Religious, Selfless, Visionary, Blunt, Empathetic, Engaging,Visionary,Empathetic,Selfless,Religious,Lone Wolf

Development Pitch

I see this book as a film. It has elements of the following movies; Seven Years in Tibet - Indiana Jones - Close Encounters of a Third kind. Ideally, I picture the following actors portraying my characters; Benedict Cumberbatch - Edgar Blake, Martin Freeman - Leo Porter, Lillie James - Susan Carter, and Ben Kingsley as Teng. Being set in Tibet for the majority of the story, I would like the audience to experience all that is Tibet, right down to the plight of the people as they struggle to retain their religion, culture, and identity under Chinese rule. Basically, I would love to see all the contents of my book portrayed in the film, as it has been written with that that very thought in mind. A thought provoking story with action, adventure, Intrigue, mystery, suspense and mysticism. I would like the film to open where Edgar Bake and his party are sheltering from a heavy hail storm in Tibet. He has a flashback to how they came to be in that situation. Later on, they arrive in Lhasa and witness first hand - Chinese rule. They eventually find Teng - the one hundred and fifty year old - blind monk. His dying wish is for them to reveal evidence of a 'time capsule' left by aliens fourteen thousand years ago. The party find their way back to the U.S. and the U.N. with the evidence. My story is thought provoking and questions our origins through both religion and science.

About The Author

Target Audiences

Age: 55+,35-54,18-34

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Publisher: self-published

Year Published: 2014

Hard Copy Available




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