Ahkabal-ná 2100. Second Part: Myths and Legends of Petalcingo, Chiapas, Mexico

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Palibrio, Jul 19, 2012 - Fiction - 172 pages
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The cavalier Shanhuinic is a talking serpent. He has suffered and almost died. If Nicholas had not passed by where Shanhuinic was found badly injured, the hope of enriching some people would have been diminished. Fortunately, this patron of luck is still alive. If you wish to have the treasure chest, do not be afraid with the serpent when you see him across the road. However, it will cost you something if you try to take the treasure chest away from him. Nicholas will be traveling to Japan and European countries together with Tatic Mamal and his children.

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