- Kimberly Todd Wade
859 A.D. Yohl Ik’nal (“Heart of the Wind Place”) is alone with her two starving children on their drought-stricken farm. Her husband and two grown sons have
been drafted to fight in a distant war. Will they ever return? Yohl can’t afford to wait. Her hungry children must be fed. It’s time to dig up Yohl’s past, for her
mother was a princess, her grandfather a king. She still has relatives amongst the Maya royalty. They are her best hope for salvation.
Follow Yohl and her children as they travel Maya causeways, highways of the ancient world, through ravaged jungle and depressed homesteads to the capital city,
itself on the verge of economic collapse. Can the religious spectacle of human sacrifice provoke the Gods’ beneficence? If the Maya ceremonies and myths fail,
Yohl has recourse to the older, deeper traditions of the forest people. She’ll do whatever necessary to survive.
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