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Daughter of the Sun

A Tale of Adventure

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Author: Jackson Gregory
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 80,135 / 227 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 76.6
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 4,346
Added to site: 2006.07.28
mnybks.net#: 14408
Origin: gutenberg.org

A tale of Aztec treasure--of American adventurers who seek it--of Zoraida, who protects it.

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rward. They held his gaze riveted; they seemed to glow in the shadows as though with some inner light. He could not judge their color; they were mere luminous pools. He started with an odd fancy; he caught himself wondering if those eyes could see in the dark?

Again he shrugged as though to shake physically from him these strange fancies. He snatched up the little table and brought it to where Ruiz Rios waited, putting it down not three feet from the Mexican's silent companion. And all the time, though now he refused to turn his head toward her, he was conscious of the strangely disturbing certainty that those luminous eyes were regarding him with unshifting intensity.

Kendric abruptly spilled the dice out of the cup so that they rolled on the table top.

"One die, one throw, ace high?" he asked curtly of Rios.

The Mexican nodded.

It was in the air that there would be big play, and men crowded around. Briefly, the unusual presence of a woman, here at Fat Ortega's, was forgott

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****
2010.12.08
javiergnovak
****.

Muy buena trama para una novela de aventuras. El personaje central recuerda un poco a Ayesha, aunque en una versión realista.


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