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Aztec Revenge

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Aztec Revenge is another thrilling installemnt in Gary Jenning's New York Times bestselling Aztec series, set in 19th century Mexico.
Juan is a "mestizo," of mixed Spanish and Indio heritage, sure to be doomed to a short, violent life begging on the streets. But Juan has a special gift for handling horses and an ability to defend himself at a time when a man's best friends
Paperback, 400 pages
Published August 27th 2013 by Forge Books (first published October 16th 2012)
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Jade Stone
You could tell that Gary Jennings did not finish this book. It had the potential of being just as great as his others in the series, however his death interfered with that. The other writer that finished it does not have the same talent or style that Gary did. (and it shows) Gary Jennings died in 1999.
Angela Blass
I bought this in the Cancun airport, on the way to Mexico City, Dec 18, 2013. Great historical fiction and adventure book. This is the second generation after Cortez conquered the Aztec’s and, at times, describes the conquest. I also happened to pick up a history book in the bookstore that describes the scene when Cortes and his men saw the Aztec city that included houses on the water and how they thought it was a dream because it was so beautiful and similar to a story they had learned from chi ...more
Dominic King
Decent read. Some odd bits of translation which jarred but overall pretty engrossing if a little long.
A similar plot to the others in the series. Once again, it is appalling how the indigenous people were treated by the Spaniards and how cruel the church was to so many.
I was torn between two and three stars on this one.
The ending of this story does not match up with the beginning.
Read this on the beach in Mexico. It was a good book for that setting.
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Gary Jennings led a paradoxically picaresque life. On one hand, he was a man of acknowledged intellect and erudition. His novels were international best sellers, praised around the world for their stylish prose, lively wit and adventurously bawdy spirit. They were also massive - often topping 500,000 words - and widely acclaimed for the years of research he put into each one, both in libraries and ...more
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