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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THE INCAS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Peters continues his series of massive epics based on the pre- Colombian civilizations of Central and South America (The Luck of Huemac, 1981; Tikal, 1983), this time by focusing on the final 20 years ... Read full review

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User Review  - rareflorida - LibraryThing

I would recommend this book to prudish or squeamish readers that can't handle the Aztec novels by Gary Jennings. The Peters does not even make note of human sacrifices while Jennings may give some ... Read full review

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