The Aztec Knight is a tale of how the Aztecs lived before the arrival of Europeans in 1519. It is difficult to understand their world from our western perspective, so in The Aztec Knight we see them through the eyes of the "Toltecs" an European-like group that lived near modern day Mexico City.
The Aztec Knight is a story of survival and it is filled with a compendium of emotions running the gamut of human experience. Live for a few days in the world of the Aztecs, walk through the great marketplace of arguably one of the most beautiful cities ever built, explore the dark side of their religion and join three men as they seek to defy the will of Moctezuma, the most powerful man in the new world.
The Aztecs, or Mexica, were a proud race and their name instilled panic in the hearts of enemies. Mexica exploits were heroic and this book was inspired by their accomplishments and is dedicated to the descendants of the Aztecs.
Author Biography: Randolph Lascurain was born in East Los Angeles, one of five sons, in a family of humble means. He graduated from California State University-Los Angeles and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cultural Anthropology
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July 26, 2000
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