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The Triple Alliance (The Rise of The Aztecs Book 7) In The Aztec Capital, Tlacaelel, The Head Adviser, Is Busy Reshaping The Island City To Fit Its Rapidly Changing Status From A Regular City State To A True Capital, An Owner Of Provinces And Tributaries The Old System Is Not Working Any, But Tlacaelel S Radical Reforms And Changes Anger Influential People, From Priests To Elders Of Districts, Those Whose Power Is Dwindling Due To His Reforms During A Ballgame Being Held Between Texcoco And Mexica Teams To Celebrate The Upcoming Winter Festival A Fierce Competition That Will Add Much Honor To The Winning City State One Of The Players, Coatl, A Promising Warrior, The Texcoco Warlord S Son, Is Prepared To Do Anything In Order To Win What He Was Not Prepared For Was Becoming Entangled In A Political Intrigue That Starts While He Is Busy Chasing A Pretty Girl, With The Unexpected Arrival Of His Twin Brother Complicating Matters Even Further.

Zoe Saadia is the author of several novels of pre Columbian Americas From the architects of the Aztec Empire to the founders of the Iroquois Great League, from the towering pyramids of the Mexican Valley to the longhouses of the Great Lakes, her novels bring long forgotten history, cultures and people to life, tracing pivotal events that brought about the greatness of North and Mesoamerica.Having

10 thoughts on “The Triple Alliance (The Rise of The Aztecs Book 7)

  1. says:

    Again, Zoe Saadia had me from the beginning to the end The twins have grown up and developed their very own, and very unique, personalities I would have been happy to see a bit of dear old Dad in this one, too I m a little TOO fond of Kuini, I think , but the twins probably would have stolen the limelight anyway, as Ms Saadia goes above and beyond to deliver a truly enthralling story.Coatl seems to be perfection itself The most promising student in his calmecac, a talented ball player, who receives the adoration of many because of his skill on the court, and arguably one of the most handsome of boys, if not the most handsome, he seems to sail through life, shining with superiority But will all that glory benefit him in a real life situation that requires quick thinking and the skills of a warrior Then we have Ocelotl Is it wrong to say he s my favorite After almost managing to save his father s special sword at the age of ten, Ocelotl was sent to live with his father s people in the Highlands, much to his delight Having never fit in with...

  2. says:

    No Really This series must continue I want to know what happens in the lives of these wonderful people Really looking forward to the Pre Aztec series Zoe weaves wonderful stories with history She is one of my favorite authors

  3. says:

    The Triple Alliance by Zoe Saadia is the bitter sweet finale of The Rise of the Aztecs series Bitter because it almost broke my heart to say goodbye to my beloved fictional friends and sweet because Saadia gives her readers the perfect ending.The story begins in 1439, eight years on from where The Sword finished Saadia uses this time shift to pick up the story of Kuini s children This is particularly poignant for fans of the series as we have been following Kuini s journey from when he was a pre teen himself.His children, Ocelotl, Coatl and Citlalli are eighteen years old and entering into adulthood Their lives have taken divergent paths over the past eight years but they find themselves reunited in Tenochtitlan during a festival to celebrate the winter solstice There are tensions between the three as they struggle to overcome the resentment that has developed as a result of Ocelotl living in the Highlands but they soon fall into their old roles as they become embroiled in a plot to kill the chief advisor Tlacaelel.Saadia is, without a doubt, a historian who painstakingly researches the subject matter of her books However, even if you are not a lover ...

  4. says:

    Another great book by Ms Saadia She brings characters alive She includes political intrigue, action, adventure, love hate and sibling rivalry While reading this book as well as her other books, I have gained a far grate...

  5. says:

    lovely end to the saga, the fourth generation I would enjoy to read about this trio, Citlalli and the twins

  6. says:

    A final ending to a great series of books by a great story teller.I was sorry to end the story Much could be told And why not tell it Please continue the life line Zoe.

  7. says:

    Reading this entire saga, book after book, from Pre Aztec trilogy through the Rise of the Aztecs all the way to the Triple Alliance, left me wanting for .Counting loosely, this saga covered four generations of the same family, scattered all over the Mexican Valley and its boiling politics, its shifting alliances, its warring city states Over 50 years of struggle for domination, culminating in the rise of the empire we came to know through the later day conquistadors, the famous and infamous Aztec Empire.But was it as simple as we were taught it was Zoe Saadia s obviously well researched saga tells differently It shows us complicated state structures, devious politics, ruthless or na ve or wise rulers, each with its different goal.Yet, over, it shows us PEOPLE, real people, nobles and commoners, men and women, historical characters or those who might have been existed, with their simple drives and desires normal people, people like us, men and women who wish for happiness and fulfillment and comfortable daily life people who fall in love, young men who are desperate to find their purpose, young women who wish to define themselves, children and grownup folk, each with his or her goals and purposes but all of them real, no different from any of us with their basic needs na desires.In my opinion this ...

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    Eight years later, the Aztec Capital is growing in leaps and bounds, now on its firm path to power and its future glory Tlacaelel, the Mexica Head Adviser and the second most powerful man in Tenochtitlan, has a wide set of reforms to implement, as the island city trying to adjust to its new status of a powerful capital with provinces and tributaries But there are those who are not happy with all the mounting changes, namely the priests and the heads of Tenochtitlan s districts, influental people whose power is dwindling due to the activities of the Head Adviser Will a conspiracy to remove the powerful man come to pass The young Acolhua ballplayer, Coatl didn t want to be involved in any politics at all, but playin...

  9. says:

    Articulate and engaging Those are the words that come to mind when I think of Zoe Saaida writings This series, in particular, possesses a certain aura of humanity s struggle with finding wisdom in otherwise troubled times The people may be different, but the struggle is ever present.

  10. says:

    left me wanting

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