Five Dances with Death: Dance One

Death is never far for Angry Wasp.His daughter lost to slavers, his wife immersed in powerful sorcery and his nation embroiled in Montezuma s bitter war and under threat of encroaching Spanish invasion, Angry Wasp faces the battle of a lifetime.To regain his family, save his nation from extinction and protect his very soul from dangers far perilous than he dares admitDeath is never far for Angry Wasp.His daughter lost to slavers, his wife immersed in powerful sorcery and his nation embroiled in Montezuma s bitter war and under threat of encroaching Spanish invasion, Angry Wasp faces the battle of a lifetime.To regain his family, save his nation from extinction and protect his very soul from dangers far perilous than he dares admit, there is only one possible solution a dance with Death, to the haunting melody of hope and loss.Power, tragedy, and betrayal weave a desperate song of reckless gambles to gain salvation, with every battle drawing Wasp deeper into life threatening events and crucial choices One wrong decision and he loses it all.When the music ceases and the dead are counted, will Angry Wasp hold the key to his daughter s freedom Or will he have led his proud nation to its ultimate collapse Genuine depth Marc D Baldwin, PhD, edit911 The writing is good and the story is fun An amazing imagination This book truly is excellent Arnold Friedman, Editor A fresh and welcome change Fluent, warm, and engaging writing draws the reader into Wasp s heart from the moment the story opens William Greenleaf, author of The Tartarus Incident and The Pandora Stone.
Five Dances with Death Dance One Death is never far for Angry Wasp His daughter lost to slavers his wife immersed in powerful sorcery and his nation embroiled in Montezuma s bitter war and under threat of encroaching Spanish invasio

  • Title: Five Dances with Death: Dance One
  • Author: Austin Briggs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Having only one other experience in reading Historical Fiction I stepped, with great trepidation, into reading this novel. I was surprisingly pleased! Firstly because I am very interested in the Aztec history and, secondly, how their individual cultures and beliefs have left us both history and mystery, folk and lore, and the supernatural or paranormal history and legend that is known amongst Indians from all lands. Briggs allows the reader all of this and more.Thankfully, for the benefit of the [...]

    2. Five Dances with Death: Dance One evokes the Aztec world in a manner that the story almost reads itself. The main characters have realistic development that dovetails with the interesting plot. Austin Briggs balances a natural writing style with enough new words to maintain a sense of discovery. I am fascinated by Angry Wasp's struggle to discern what and whom he can trust as he interacts with his physical and magical worlds. My empathy for Angry Wasp and those he loves was heightened by the con [...]

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