The Comet of Doom
Written by Karen Wallace
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How the collapse of the Aztec kingdom was predicted by a young boy with skills as a soothsayer makes a strong story, rich in historical detail. Chantico has the gift of prophecy and when he sees the strange comet in the sky he dreams of the future of the great Moctezuma’s kingdom. But how can a young boy tell his story to the king and will he be believed?
A thrilling and funny tale based on the time before the Aztec kingdom was destroyed. Chantico is a young boy who has the gift of second sight. But can he master these skills effectively and come up with a cunning plan to save his Uncle who has been thrown in prison by King Montezuma for failing to explain a fiery comet appearing in the sky? P
Published to tie-in with the British Museum’s high-profile exhibition on Montezuma. The Comet of Doom is the perfect introductory book to the Aztec world and the extraordinary life of Montezuma.
The Comet of Doom by Karen Wallace
One dawn, a fiery comet appears over the city. The Great Emperor Montezuma commands Chantico's uncle, the soothsayer, Ahcambal, to explain the meaning of it. When Ahcambal cannot come up with an answer, he is thrown into prison to be executed. What can Chantico do to save his uncle? Luckily, Chantico is not an ordinary boy - he has the gift of second sight. He uses his own skills to come up with a cunnning plan to save his uncle. But can he do it in time?
About the Author
More books by Karen Wallace
A & C Black Publishers Ltd
1st August 2009
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