In the Courts of the Sun

In the Courts of the Sun

Book - 2009
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Math prodigy and Maya descendant Jed DeLanda is invited by his former mentor, Taro, to travel back in time into another person's life more than thirteen centuries earlier to learn about a "sacrifice game" that has been described in a newly discovered Mayan codex.
Publisher: New York : Dutton, c2009.
ISBN: 9780525950516
Call Number: DAMATO
Characteristics: 684 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Subjects: Science fiction.
Maya calendar -- Fiction.
Mayas -- Prophecies -- Fiction.
Time travel -- Fiction.


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Aug 28, 2012

Yes, the book was a bit overdone but still super interesting. I really enjoyed reading it once I got used to the writing style. The historical details were fantastic. A great read for book connoisseurs.

JohnKloempken Aug 13, 2011

Just plain old dull. I enjoy reading about culture but this was overdone in a big way.


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