Francisco Martin Moreco

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Alfaguara, 2004 - Fiction - 587 pages
3 Reviews
General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, several times president of Mexico, is the main character of a historical novel that covers the period from 1846 to 1848, during which Mexico saw its territorial extension reduced to half by the expansionistic pressure of the United States and by the ambition and treachery of those who held power.

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I was in the mood for a political novel about a historical topic, and have always wanted to learn more about the Mexican War, so I chose this one. It's engrossing at times, but at others the author's outraged tone becomes a bit too heavy-handed. Read full review

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