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Porter’s plots are intriguing and leave you dangling, challenging you not to leave the story till the end. The unexpected twists and turns of this plot took me on a wild ride as I enjoyed the history included. Because of the nature of this author to research and include as much authenticity in his plots, I not only learned a lot about the lost peoples of Mexico but about modern day Mexico in general.
I highly recommend this book, not only to devout Porter followers but to anyone seeking a good swift mystery laced with history.
In time Sophia is captured by the killer who has taken on the mantle of an Olmec priest. The killer wants to become one with the Jaguar God and must kill a child in front of witnesses to do that. Sophia will be his witness and then she too will die. The rest of the story you will have to read for yourself. It starts slowly and then begins to grow in intensity until it arrives at a moment of sheer terror and climax.
Once again I highly recommend a book by Brian L. Porter very highly. That is easy to do in this case since the writer does a fabulous job creating the characters, fleshing them out, making them real and believable. One other aspect of the book needs mention. This book is researched extremely well. No one can be an expert on all things. Harry Porter could certainly be called an expert in the area of Teotihuacan and the people that populated that fabulous city. Five stars well earned for this one. Do not pass it by. It is relatively short and extremely easy and thrilling reading.
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