Cuitlahua was crowned Emperor of the Aztecs in succession to his brother Montezuma, while I lay sick with the wound given me by the sword of de Garcia, and also with that which I had received on the altar of sacrifice. This hurt had found no time to heal.
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Review: Montezuma's DaughterUser Review - Goodreads
This adventure story is entertaining and explores Montezuma's 'betrayal' of his people to the Spanish invaders in the context of a personal quest by the narrator to avenge the murder of his mother. I ... Read full review
Review: Montezuma's DaughterUser Review - Tamera - Goodreads
Enjoyed this book! It took me about 50 pages to get the rhythm of the writing, once I did I couldn't wait to find out what would happen next. I read this on a Kindle I wish I could have read a paper book but it was free so I'll get over it. Read full review