What are the best books related to the Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas?

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    #1Age of Aztec (Pantheon)

    Age of Aztec (Pantheon)

    Age of Aztec is the fourth book in James Lovegrove's thrilling dystopic science fiction series for young adults, the Pantheon series. It was released in 2012.

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    Eric Chen
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "Fun book with some good action. It's told in a lean, fast-moving style, and has some good characters. Regarding the two protagonists, well written book. AGE OF AZTEC is the fourth entry in James Lovegrove's excellent Pantheon series."
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    #2The Highlander (The Rise of The Aztecs)

    The Highlander (The Rise of The Aztecs)
    The Highlander is the first book in Zoe Saadia's exciting adventure series for young adults, the Rise of the Aztecs. It was published on September 6, 2012. 
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    Annie Cai
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "This book gave me an insight into an historical world that I had little knowledge of. It was well written with the intrigue, excitement and realistic situations that we would find even in our modern world. The characters were well developed and the descriptions of their community and life styles made me feel as though I was walking and running with them"
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    #3Field of Fire (The Aztec Chronicles)

    Field of Fire (The Aztec Chronicles)
    Field of Fire is the second book in Zoe Saadia's thrilling adventure and action novel for young adults, the Aztec Chronicles. It was originally released on December 31, 2016.
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    Ashley Peterson
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Field of Fire is a good second book in The Aztec Chronicles. The adventures and action is captivating and keeps you reading."
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    #4The Huaca

    The Huaca

    The Huaca is a thrilling mystery suspense and slightly horror novel for young adults written by Marcia Mickelson. It was released in May 2013. It is about a girl who turns to a ghost whisperer for help to talk to her dead mom.

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    Kyle Martinez
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "The Huaca is a mystery novel with slight horror tendencies. A mystery as well, it details a girl trying to communicate with her deceased mother."
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    #5Montezuma's Daughter

    Montezuma's Daughter

    Montezuma's Daughter is a historical and adventure fiction for young adults written by H. Rider Haggard. It was originally released on February 28, 2007. It is set in 16th-century England and South America.

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    #6True Jaguar

    True Jaguar

    True Jaguar is a thrilling fantasy and adventure novel for young adults written by Warren Norwood. It was originally published on January 1, 1988. It is about a young man who discovered that he is a descendant of a great Mayan god.

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    Henry Bradley
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "True Jaguar is a great Aztec book. I read when I was only 10 years old. My mother and I saw it at a thrift store and she bought it for me. I couldn't put the book down. It's so detailed and you're definitely rooting for the man to become the great Mayan god."
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    #7Master of the House of Darts (Obsidian and Blood)

    Master of the House of Darts (Obsidian and Blood)
    Master of the House of Darts is the third book in Aliette de Bodard's thrilling adventure and fantasy series for young adults, Obsidian and Blood. It is was originally published in October 2011.
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    Jean Willis
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "I'm not a fan of this book personally, it's something that makes me feel like I'm missing something. Just not a fan of this book at all."
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    #8Feathered Serpent

    Feathered Serpent

    Feathered Serpent: A Novel of the Mexican Conquest is a historical novel for young adults written by Colin Falconer. It was released in September 2003. It is about the arrival of Hernan Cortes in the shores of South America.

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    Jeremy Bryant
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "This is a fun book to read and just educate yourself on things, it's very good and immersing. It can make you very interested. "
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    #9Heart of the Battle (The Aztec Chronicles)

    Heart of the Battle (The Aztec Chronicles)
    Heart of the Battle is the third book in Zoe Saadia's thrilling adventure and historical series, the Aztec Chronicles. It was released on January 27, 2017.
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    Vincent Fisher
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "A wonderful book that is the third part of a series. Has a lot of heart and soul into it and is a nice continuation of the other books."
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    #10Aztec Rage

    Aztec Rage

    Aztec Rage is the fourth book in the exciting adventure and war series, the Aztec series. It was authored by Gary Jennings, Robert Gleason, and Junius Podrug. It was released in April 2007.

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    Laura Rios
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Aztec Rage is one of the best books you can read that relates to the Aztec culture. Despite being fictitious, I felt like this book did a great job capturing an authentic feel of the long gone society. I'd recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning more this Mexican way of life."

Summary

Best What are the best books related to the Aztecs, Mayas, and Incas
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Age of Aztec (Pantheon)Books 36 Paid
2The Highlander (The Rise of The Aztecs)Books 33 Paid
3Field of Fire (The Aztec Chronicles)Books 29 Paid
4The HuacaBooks 27 Paid
5Montezuma's DaughterBooks 26 Paid
6True JaguarBooks 23 Paid
7Master of the House of Darts (Obsidian and Blood)Books 22 Paid
8Feathered SerpentBooks 20 Paid
9Heart of the Battle (The Aztec Chronicles)Books 18 Paid
10Aztec RageBooks 16 Paid
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