The Incas: a novel

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Random House, 1991 - Fiction - 1057 pages
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Cusi, a young Inca warrior, and Micay, the daughter of a chieftain, are drawn together despite the differences in their circumstances in a world turned upside down, in a saga of the final years of the powerful Inca Empire

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I finished it. I can't believe the research this author did for this book. Probably wouldn't have read this except a friend recommended it for reading before my trip to Machu Picchu in the Spring. It certainly helped me imagine what it might have been like in the 1500's. Read full review

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I finished it. I can't believe the research this author did for this book. Probably wouldn't have read this except a friend recommended it for reading before my trip to Machu Picchu in the Spring. It certainly helped me imagine what it might have been like in the 1500's. Read full review

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Origin People a d 1512
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The Grass Man a d 1512
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