Synopses & Reviews
Todays world leaders and those of 1,000 years ago face the worlds end.
The Mayan “End-Time Codex” predicts the end of the world in 2012. A young Aztec-Mayan slave tells the story of its creation: gifted in math and astronomy, Coyotl advises the god-king, Quetzalcoatl. Gathering artists, scientists, and architects, this ruler builds the great, golden city of Tula but soon faces war, disastrous drought, death-cult priests who rip the hearts out of thousands of people. . . and an epic catastrophe threatening all humanity.
Meanwhile, thousand years later, scientists have rediscovered the End-Time Codex and learned that their own time mirrors Tulas golden age. Can they crack the 2012 code and save their world from Tulas deadly fate? The countdown begins.
About the Author
was known for the rigorous and intensive research behind his books, which often included hazardous travel—exploring every corner of Mexico for his Aztec novels, retracing the numerous wanderings of Marco Polo for The Journeyers
, joining nine different circuses for Spangle
, and roaming the Balkans for Raptor
. Born in Buena Vista, Virginia in 1928, Jennings passed away in 1999 in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, leaving behind a rich legacy of historical fiction and outlines for new novels.
Robert Gleason was Gary Jennings editor for a number of years. He lives in New York City.
Junius Podrug is an accomplished writer of both fiction and nonfiction. He lives on Cape Cod.