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Gabriel Hugo
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Tenochtitlan Must Fall

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The fall of the Aztec empire was an inside job. Meet Ali, the only Aztec eyewitness whose story contradicts the official record of the conquest of Mexico, and whose version of events the Spanish Crown, the Vatican, and the Tlaxcalteca Axis powers suppressed for hundreds of years...until now. Tenochtitlan Must Fall is book 1 in Gabriel Hugo's historical fiction series ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published October 12th 2018 by RPM Publisher
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Raul M
Oct 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Did the fall of the Aztec civilization come not so much from without (the Conquistadors), but more so from within? Such is the apparent premise of this tale, brief enough to indeed count as a novella rather than a novel. While this is a fictional work, the opening chapter gave the impression that a formerly lost Nahuatl codex served as the source for this recounting of the main narrator's boyhood (briefly), teen years, and the start of his adulthood in the outskirts of the titular city, ...more
Raul M
Oct 09, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Did the fall of the Aztec civilization come not so much from without (the Conquistadors), but more so from within? Such is the apparent premise of this tale, brief enough to indeed count as a novella rather than a novel. While this is a fictional work, the opening chapter gave the impression that a formerly lost Nahuatl codex served as the source for this recounting of the main narrator's boyhood (briefly), teen years, and the start of his adulthood in the outskirts of the titular city, ...more
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