The Seven Serpents Trilogy



The Seven Serpents Trilogy Includes all Three Books The Captive The Feathered Serpent The Amethyst RingWhat would you do if everyone thought you were a godYoung Julian Escobar is traveling to the New World to spread the gospel to the newly discovered Mayan Empire when a hurricane strikes his ship, scattering its contents to the four winds and leaving Julian as the sole survivor After struggling ashore, he encounters a young Mayan woman who is shocked at his presence.Soon he learns why Centuries ago the fair skinned Mayan god Kukulcan, the Feathered Serpent, sailed away with the promise that one day he would return With his very life at stake, Julian does the unimaginable he begins to impersonate this returned god. New Read The Seven Serpents Trilogy [ by ] Scott O'Dell [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 560 pages
  • The Seven Serpents Trilogy
  • Scott O'Dell
  • English
  • 08 April 2018
  • 1402218362

10 thoughts on “The Seven Serpents Trilogy

  1. Jason Golomb says:

    Scott O Dell s Seven Serpents Trilogy follows the young Julian Escobar, a seminarian from Spain, who finds himself in the New World during the early years of the Spanish Conquest This book is the recent re publishing of three separate books combined into a single volume Targeted at the young adult market, I would suggest it s appropriate for strong 4th grade readers on up through high school O Dell writes with a minimum of words and masters the ability to present complicated events in a ver Scott O Dell s Seven Serpents Trilogy follows the young Julian Escobar, a seminarian from Spain, who finds himself in the New World during the early years of the Spanish Conquest This book is the recent re publishing of three separate books combined into a single volume Targeted at the young adult market, I would suggest it s appropriate for strong 4th grade readers on up through high school O Dell writes with a minimum o...

  2. Deannah says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here What would you do if everyone thought you were a god As a naive 16 yr old, Spaniard Julian Escobar is brought, nervously and with reluctant excitement, to the New World He is sent off on a heroic quest to convert natives from sun worship, and suddenly his plans and shi...

  3. Stacey Weber says:

    I m reading this with my middle school class as we study conquistadors O Dell does a wonderful job developing the themes of the era and making the history very accessible You really have a sympathetic view into these ancient tribal cultures His main character is extremely, psychologically complex in fact it seems to be a journey from naivete and idealism into the very darkest parts of the soul The book does a very thorough job of examining the complexities of the medieval church and all of I m reading this with my middle school class as we study conquistadors O Dell does a wonderful job developing the themes of the era and making ...

  4. Hilary Bunlert says:

    This set of books sounded farinteresting than it proved to be I expected the writing to be kind of simplistic as it was written for a youth audience, but honestly, it was pretty flat and emotionless for a book chronicling so...

  5. Shadi says:

    These books were dreadfully boring insert snore insert I like the writing style, I must admit But really, NOTHING exciting happens The age group 9 on the back is much too low Also, if you do choose to read this book, beware the last pages of the first book and somewhere at the very end of the third.

  6. Kanak says:

    This book is about a boy from Spain who gets a chance to go to the new world the book starts of with conquistador related items and dialogues In the first part of the book, it tells you all about how conquistadors traded with Indians

  7. Elizabeth says:

    It was a very detailed historical fiction novel I enjoyed reading it as I did not know much about the exploration of Peru.

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