2012 Maya End Date: A New Beginning

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edward curry, 2009 - Fiction - 370 pages
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This is Edward Curry s second novel with the ancient Maya civilization at the heart of the plot. He takes us into the very heart of Mesoamerica and spins his yarn like a spider web ensnaring the reader. 2012 Maya End Date once again features the fortunes and challenges of Ryan Keshaw and Dr. Allie Lea Shelton. Maya Chief Ahau and his wife Elena are also prominent in the story. Ryan has an uncanny ability to see trouble looming ahead. Is it just his fertile imagination at work? As the days draw closer to 2012, so do the intensity of his dreams. It is with some trepidation that Ryan and Allie Lea are invited as special guests of the Mexican government to once more venture back to the Temple of the Two Jaguars, as it is a hardly a place that brings back fond memories. What I found interesting is that Ed Curry does not use villains in his plot. Sure, there are occasional bandidos, but they are really peripheral characters. Rather, he uses psychological warfare on the reader. I will not give any spoilers in this review, but I will say that 2012 Maya End Date is a book that hurtles you along faster than a Japanese bullet train. Simon Barrett, Senior Editor Blogger News Network www.bloggernews.net
 

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Prolog
Obsidian Awareness
Allie Lea Cracks The Whip
Toys Gadgets Gizmos
Dream Consequences Tectonics
Chilling Ball Game Madness
A Sortilegio Conspires
Espiritus Casts A Long Shadow
Things Go Bump In The Temple
Copal Mushrooms Chicha
Heroines Come In All Sizes
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