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THE TWO MOUNTAINS: An Aztec Legend

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Broadly echoing the story of Adam and Eve, Kimmel retells the Aztec legend of Ixcocauqui, son of the sun god, and Coyolxauhqui, daughter of the goddess of the moon. Temptation has prompted Ixcocauqui to disobey his father's command never to leave the precincts of the jade palace. During his foray beyond the walls, he meets Coyolxauhqui and they fall helplessly in love. Ixcocauqui admits his ... Read full review

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Review: The Two Mountains: An Aztec Legend

User Review  - Brenda Kahn - Goodreads

A rather sad and rather harsh Aztec myth lushly illustrated by one of my favorite illustrators. Read full review

Review: The Two Mountains: An Aztec Legend

User Review  - Abbi Kraus - Goodreads

This book has very difficult pronunciations throughout, but that is its only fault in my opinion. It is a great tale of two Aztec gods who fall in love and get bannished to the Earth to live human ... Read full review

Review: The Two Mountains: An Aztec Legend

User Review  - Rev Gary - Goodreads

A sad legend.No hope in that story. Read full review

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