Honolulu, Hawaii, May 11, 2014; RhythMantra Publishing announces the upcoming release of Aloha Kahuna Soul. The mysteriously explosive new novel by Rick Pruett will have the reader fantasizing about tube rides and MaiTai as qucikly as you can say Kama'aina.
Aloha Kahuna Soul is up tempo and mischievous from the start. It is the contemporary story of Alika Kealoha, local islander, surfer and professional musician. This thriller will take you on an exotic journey spiced with Hawaiian history, mayhem, and murder. Don't slip off of your board as you may not make it back to the shore. The Akua are dancing to the rumble of Madame Pele's chant and her lava runs hot and deadly !!!
A local spot
The Wave Waikiki was Hawaii’s legendary post contemporary night spot. It stood at the edge of Waikiki just a few blocks from where Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenues branch off. During the mid-eighties the party scene in the surrounding area was fabled, boasting a diverse ensemble of dance havens which included Cilly's, Club Masquerade and Pink Cadillac. The Ewa side of the wave was decorated with a memorable surf inspired cresting wave and the impromptu party that would spring up outside of the club after 2 a.m. was always a wild card.
The Wave was the late night party of choice because it stayed open until 4 a.m. and featured performances by local alternative acts as well as established headliners. The vibe felt more like a house party. The cosmopolitan clientele added to the storied mythology of this historical night spot.
On any given night you may see Parisian runway models, pro tour team riders, hard core punk rockers or maybe Madonna trying to pick up on some local guys.