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Thank goodness I picked it up and read the back side.
This is an excellent work of alternate history, where Pizarro's Conquistadors do not encounter an Inca empire that has just suffered a civil war.
Part of what makes stories like this enjoyable is the exotic sets of customs we learn, and Blom does a very good job of unfolding them for us.
This sadly neglected novel is both a meticulously researched alternate history and a brilliant first contact novel. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Storyteller7
This is an excellent work of alternate history, where Pizarro's Conquistadors do not encounter an Inca empire that has just suffered a civil war. Read morePublished on April 8, 2007 by J. Reynolds
In my efforts to fill the hole in my life that exists between fininishing Eric Flint's "1633" and the arrival of its sequel, I fortuitoulsy happened on "Inca. Read morePublished on January 9, 2003 by Mike Varhola
Blom's alternative history makes fascinating reading. We know that many of the great events of the past were the result of little things. Read morePublished on December 14, 2001
Want to travel to the empire of the Inca? This book will take you there!
This richly textured story made me feel as though I was walking the mountain paths alongside... Read more
While reading this book one really gets a sence of who the Inca really were. Once you get past the first chaper and use to all the names, because there are a lot of them, you will... Read morePublished on December 31, 2000