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The Well of Sacrifice by Chris Eboch
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Apr 02, 2012

really liked it
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Eveningstar Macwaw is a young vibrant teenager who is growing up around the time of the Mayan collapse. Her family has risen up in rank from lowly peasants to nobles, thanks to her brothers heroic deeds. However after the death of their beloved King Flint Sky God, their city is thrown into turmoil. An evil high priest seeks to have all the power for himself, and seeks the life Eveningstar and that of her brother. Can she stop this evil priest in time to save herself, her brother, and the city?

I really liked this book. Granted it will probably never make the list of great classics, but all in a really good book. This was the first book where I started really getting into the Mayan Civilization. I developed a great love for these ancient people and started really looking into their history and livelihood. Recomend this book highly. Good starter book for reluctant female readers.

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