War God: Return of the Plumed Serpent

War God: Return of the Plumed Serpent #2020

War God Return of the Plumed Serpent The conquistador Hern n Cort s is hell bent on conquering Mexico for the Aztecs gold Having destroyed the Maya at Potonchan Cort s now marches on Tenochtitlan the Golden City of the Aztecs wrapped
  • Title: War God: Return of the Plumed Serpent
  • Author: Graham Hancock
  • ISBN: 1780362498
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • The conquistador Hern n Cort s is hell bent on conquering Mexico for the Aztecs gold Having destroyed the Maya at Potonchan, Cort s now marches on Tenochtitlan, the Golden City of the Aztecs, wrapped in the aura of a returning, vengeful god.His small force of just five hundred men will have to defeat the psychotic emperor Moctezuma and the armies of hundreds of thousandsThe conquistador Hern n Cort s is hell bent on conquering Mexico for the Aztecs gold Having destroyed the Maya at Potonchan, Cort s now marches on Tenochtitlan, the Golden City of the Aztecs, wrapped in the aura of a returning, vengeful god.His small force of just five hundred men will have to defeat the psychotic emperor Moctezuma and the armies of hundreds of thousands he commands Cort s expects that the warlike Tlascalans, hereditary enemies of the Aztecs, will join him, but instead finds himself locked in a deadly struggle and a fight for his life Even as Cort s risks all in the bloody campaign against the Tlascalans, he plays mind games with Moctezuma, aiming to dismantle the Aztec emperor s confidence and defeat him psychologically before ever having to face him on the battlefield.The supernatural and compelling rich history combine in this tale of love, brutal courage and triumphs War God Return of the Plumed Serpent is a story of staggering magnificence.Graham Hancock on Facebook facebook Author.GrahamHancockGraham Hancock on Twitter Graham__HancockGraham Hancock s website grahamhancock
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    Qualitativamente sullo stesso piano della prima parte, questo romanzo continua a raccontare le gesta di Hernan Cort s e dei suoi compagni d arme spagnoli che, esaltati dai primi scontri che li hanno visti vincitori contro gli eserciti dei nativi, numericamente grandi ma armati in maniera primitiva, e smodatamente attratti dall oro, decidono di spingersi sempre pi nell entroterra per raggiungere la capitale dei Mexica, grazie anche all appoggio ottenuto dai nuovi alleati, i Tlascaliani, capeggiat [...]

    Amazing work Such a great read Haven t been this enthralled by a book in a long time Would definitely recommend to everyone.

    Secondo capitolo della trilogia sulla conquista del Messico, posso solo dire che ogni volta rimango rapito da come Hancock sia capace di raccontare questi avvenimenti riesce a mescolare una trama di per se storicamente intricatissima, con una moltitudine di personaggi che fanno la propria parte risultando mai banali o stereotipati, perch Hancock nel caratterizzare i personaggi e nel descrivere il le loro tradizioni costumi sicuramente una certezza.Nonostante sia un libro corposo di 520 pagine si [...]

    As with War God I Graham Hancock has managed to keep the reader firmly in his grip right up to the last page The story is the continuation of the Spanish conquest of Mexico following the thoughts and events of multiple characters The author intertwines stories to keep the reader up to date with the various characters and events as they unfold in different parts of the land See into the mind of the Mexica ruler s mind, the young witch, a Mayan princess, a Spanish boy and of course the Spanish cap [...]

    Brilliant story, great follow up and excellent history fiction melange at he lack of a better term.I am just curious to know, the last sentence sais to be sure, a high range of mountains must be crossed but Tenotichtitlan and the looming, murderous power of the Mexica and their hellish gods now lay less than sixty miles away.I can not fins anything to state that Mr Hancock will finish what in my world should be a trilogy.Can nyone assist me here

    Second volume of historical fiction detailing the destruction of the Mexica Empire by the Spanish.There are no winners here both factions are repellent and are played against each other for the bloody benefit of the duplicitous entity known as Hummingbird to the Mexica, and Saint Peter to the Spanish.Violent and bloody but compelling nonetheless.

    A good follow up to the first one a bit sexy this time I wS disappointed that this is the second book in a trilogy this info is hidden away so no punch up with Montezuma yet Spose I ll have to wait

    Very good2nd book in series as good as the first I am looking forward to the next installment Well worth the time.

    Unreal Graham killed it again Loved the first one and bought the 2nd as soon as I got a kindle The story is great and easily transformed me into 16th century Mexico.

    Really enjoyed the second book in this series as well, some great, violent and fantastical historical fiction work here by Graham Hancock.

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