The book is over 1,000 pages long and every one of them is full of interest and excitement.
Aside from that though, as much as I enjoyed his excellent descriptions in his other works, there are just too many in this one.
The period in which the story takes place is fascinating, and the harsh reality of the described situations is enthralling!
One of my all time favorite authors! I've read and re-read this book many times ... along with my all time favorite Aztec! Read morePublished 1 day ago by tah
my husband is a big gary Jenning's Aztec series fan but he didn't enjoy this as much.Published 4 days ago by M. C. Arnold
Although this book was as detailed as "Aztec" it did not entertain me as throughly. I sense that the living in Mexico for twelve years while researching for... Read morePublished 26 days ago by cecil jones
This was an outstanding read. If you like a good historical adventure yarn, this is the book for you! It holds you from cover to cover.Published 28 days ago by Thomas Ourada
while it may not be entirely accurate historically it was great fun following the travels on an atlas, as I do with other Jennings novels. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen A. Renfro
Very interesting hostorically based novel. I thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 1 month ago by Stephen Callahan
This, and Aztec, (both by Jennings) are fantastic epics of one man's life and journey. Jennings desire to know as much and convey as much as he can of cultures and people and love... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rj