He was a young Tepanec warrior, thrust into the North American Southwest, right in time to watch the glorious Anasazi beginning to collapse.
But was he fascinated with such a rare opportunity? Of course, not. Aztecs or not, the arrogant Central Americans did not live for idle observations. They were doers and back home the war with the rising-to-power Aztecs was brewing. Why should he care for the strange, outlandish desert dwellers? Even if some of their women were smart, brave and extremely attractive.
At Road’s End presents another cultural clash in Ancient Americas. Much action, bravery, love and lust, while the impressive foundations of the Ancient Cliff Dwellers societies were coming down tumbling all around.