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Along the way, he finds a utopian settlement ruled by a kindly Spanish priest, tarries lustfully in a village of women whose men have been slaughtered, befriends a fierce, bald-headed female warrior named Tiptoe, tangles with a seemingly immortal sorceress named G'nda Ke', and mounts the throne o...| Read Full Review of Aztec Blood
This tale, then, written in milk-ink, begins with Cristobal’s uncertain birth to a beautiful Indian woman enslaved as a mistress to a disgusting Spanish landowner, his rejection by both the Spaniards and the Indians for being of mixed blood, his life as a thief and beggar, his twin apprenticeship...| Read Full Review of Aztec Blood
Overlong and gratuitously sexy and grotesque--but also highly entertaining--finish to Jennings's trilogy of valiant Aztec Indian heroes who use their wits, cultural heritage, and sexual wiles to turn the tables on the conquering Spaniards.May 20 2010 | Read Full Review of Aztec Blood
Tenamaxtli's home of Aztlan was left untouched by the Spaniards, but, having heard of the ""white men,"" Tenamaxtli travels with his uncle (then ruler of Aztlan) and mother to the city of Mexico to see their nemeses and the threat they posed.| Read Full Review of Aztec Blood
Never less than spellbinding, this golden tale is third in a series (after Aztec Autumn) and follows the exploits of a mestizo boy (half Aztec, half Spanish) in 16th-century New Spain, struggling for survival against Spanish nobles in league with the Inquisition.| Read Full Review of Aztec Blood
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