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The Quetzal Skull - excerpt from 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Entry

Book Description
The story idea is original, the story flowed fairly easily and overall wasn't difficult to follow. The interactions with charcters and dialogue was well done also. All in all, it was not a bad excerpt. I just found the beginning section which talked briefly about the adventure on the island to be a bit scattered and didn't give me enough information. I ended up confused about those details, in... More
Book Information
PublisherAmazon Breakthrough Novel Award
BindingKindle Edition (3 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date03/22/2011
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About Margaret Gill (Author) : Margaret Gill is a published author. Published credits of Margaret Gill include Narwhal (Quetzal Skull) and The Quetzal Skull.
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3/19/2011 Margaret Gill said:
This is a new novel centred around the 2000 year old fateful Mayan prophecy. The crystal skull of the Mayan god Quetzalcoatl must be returned to its rightful burial place. Will one young man''s courage and daring outwit a drug dealing, zombie creating Cabal who are wreaking havoc among the native ri... more

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