THE INSURGENCE of CHAN SANTA CRUZ

 

 

BOOK of the JAGUAR PRIEST

 

Over the first two decades of the 20th century, the only successful Native American insurgence on the North American continent was waged in Mexico’s Yucatan.  President Porfirio Diaz’s ambitious commissioning of General Ignacio Bravo to seize and hold Chan Santa Cruz, capital of the revolted Maya, succeeded… but the forces of occupation are surrounded by patient, implacable rebels and their equally implacable monte. 

In this ninth book (of 10), armies of former Revolutionary comrades fight among themselves, while a burgeoning Yucatecan separatist movement  impacts disparate elements – from the Macias family to the rebel Maya, whose dreams of recapturing their capital become reality.  As Jose Macias journeys to distant Canada to plot a restoration of his old commanders, Generals Huerta and Bravo and plays a dangerous game with a cunning British adversary, Silvestro Kaak, now a sublevado jefe, learns that power brings responsibilities – and enemies.

 

     

           DECEMBER 11, 2017

           DECEMBER 4, 2017

 

 36 – Monday, December 11th 

 29 – Monday, December 4th 

 

 37 – Tuesday, December 12th

 30 – Tuesday, December 5th

 

 38 – Wednesday, December 13th 

 31 – Wednesday, December 6th 

 

 39 – Thursday,  December 14th  

 32 – Thursday,  December 7th  

 

 40 - Friday,  December 15th 

 33 - Friday,  December 8th 

 

 41 - Saturday, December 16th 

 34 - Saturday, December 9th 

 

 42 - Sunday, December 17th 

 35 - Sunday, December 10th