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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User Review  - janerawoof - LibraryThing

Wholly absorbing novel concerning the last few decades of the Inca Empire as lived by an Incan warlord, Cusi and his wife Micay. We are thrust into a whole civilization and its waning years. The so ... Read full review


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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