The Bone Flower Queen
GODS DO NOT DIE. THEY JUST SLEEP. I stretched my arm as far as I could, but the strap remained beyond my reach. Just a little farther. My fingers began tingling deep inside. Suddenly the ground rumbled and I looked around, my calm forgotten. Was it an earthquake? Behind me, the maguey plant’s... show more
GODS DO NOT DIE. THEY JUST SLEEP.
I stretched my arm as far as I could, but the strap remained beyond my reach. Just a little farther. My fingers began tingling deep inside. Suddenly the ground rumbled and I looked around, my calm forgotten. Was it an earthquake? Behind me, the maguey plant’s thick, fleshy leaves waved as if caught in a great wind, yet none of the plants around it moved, and no wind was blowing. The rumbling focused between me and the maguey plant, as if something large and sinister burrowed towards me…
Having defeated the sorcerer god Smoking Mirror and reclaimed her throne, Quetzalpetlatl and her brother Topiltzin set out to found Quetzalcoatl’s new holy city and end human sacrifice throughout the Toltec world.
But Smoking Mirror hasn’t abandoned his own ambitions for power; with his allies–mortal and divine–threatening war among the gods, he’s shifted his focus to Quetzalpetlatl and her budding magical powers. Along with her deep, personal connection to his hated enemy Quetzalcoatl, she would be the perfect addition to his ranks, if only he can convince her that she’s working for the wrong side in this conflict.
And he knows the one secret that will tear apart everything she thinks she knows about her beloved god…and herself.
Book 2 in The Bone Flower Trilogy
Publish date: 01-2015
Publisher: Feathered Serpent Books
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
Series: The Bone Flower Trilogy (#2)
Wow. Like the first book, there really is not a dull moment in here. A lot happened, and like in the first book, so much changed from beginning to end. I felt that there was a great deal more character development in this one, which I had hoped for. I felt like I got to know Citlallotoc and Topi...
Book provided by the author for review. trigger warnings: incest, self-harm, human sacrifice, violence The first book of this series was hard to read - not because it wasn't good, quite on the contrary! - but because it dealt with issues that are culturally taboo to me, namely incest. It makes f...