Quincy, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2011
After the memorable adventures of his first two books, author d l davies sets the same South American boy, who now becomes the Greatest Mayan, off for more thrilling encounters with the release of Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar. This third installment brings davies’ exciting series back to the literary limelight.
In this story, Cuauhtémoc begins his reign as the Emperor of Maya. As the birdman, he speaks all known languages, both human as well as bird and animal. All the lands to the north and south of his city are his, and all of the people are his children and look to him for guidance and protection.
During the first few days of his rule, he is faced with a new challenge. Five ships from the north are seen to approach their lands, and from the descriptions of the flags, they might be British Man o’ Wars. As a new significant awakening descends upon Cuauhtémoc, he decides to welcome these visitors with open arms. But are the Brits willing to settle things peacefully?
As a fitting continuation to the epic saga, Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar is a compelling read that will draw readers with its cultural facts, epic history, and entertainment. For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
About the Author
d l davies was born in Susanville, CA on April, 1943. In his early years, his family moved frequently and he was raised in California, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Idaho, and Montana, just to name a few. The author spent six years in the Army and was stationed in Germany in the mid-seventies. His hobbies include photography, fishing, hiking, and other outdoor activities; but his favorite pastime is creating stories in his head; tales of other times and places. He worked mostly as a welder as well as an auto mechanic, but in all this time, he would find himself caught up in (mentally) creating stories.
Cuauhtémoc: Descendant of the Jaguar * by d l davies
Publication Date: April 26, 2011
Trade Paperback; $21.99; 231 pages; 978-1-4628-5774-6
Trade Hardback; $31.99; 231 pages; 978-1-4628-5775-3
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-5776-0
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