Eliza and the Sacred Mountain

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Four Corners, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 121 pages
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Eliza Lomax is thrilled when her Uncle Carl and his anthropologist girlfriend Julie, invite her to spend the summer in Mexico while Julie conducts an important dig near Oaxaca. Eliza meets a Zapotec boy and together they will enter a time warp in which Uncle Carl is playing an ancient game against his will. What Eliza does to save her uncle is the thrilling climax of this story. When Eliza sightsees in Mexico City, she visits the Museo de Antropologia, where he hasn't chosen and in which he is in danger of losing his life. JUV000000; TRV000000

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Virginia Bernard grew up in Melbourne, Australia. She currently lives in New York City.

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