Lords Of The Earth

Lords Of The Earth AFTER FOUR BILLION YEARS THEY HAVE EMERGED When the volcano Popocatepetl erupts a massive reptilian monster crawls out of the caldera and begins attacking Mexico City Unable to stop it the militar

  • Title: Lords Of The Earth
  • Author: DavidBowles
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • AFTER FOUR BILLION YEARS, THEY HAVE EMERGED When the volcano Popocatepetl erupts, a massive, reptilian monster crawls out of the caldera and begins attacking Mexico City Unable to stop it, the military calls on Elena Baz, a disabled physicist who consults with the Mexican Army Dr Baz gathers a team of the greatest scientific minds, searching for a way to bring the behemAFTER FOUR BILLION YEARS, THEY HAVE EMERGED When the volcano Popocatepetl erupts, a massive, reptilian monster crawls out of the caldera and begins attacking Mexico City Unable to stop it, the military calls on Elena Baz, a disabled physicist who consults with the Mexican Army Dr Baz gathers a team of the greatest scientific minds, searching for a way to bring the behemoth down But as the kaiju leaves a swath of destruction across Central Mexico, other volcanoes grow and active Now the nation s only hope lies with Alfonso Becerra, an indigenous anthropologist with radical fringe ideas Elena and Alfonso will have to overcome their personal traumas and long standing feud in order to work together For only a blend of science and myth can save Mexico from the ancient Lords of the Earth.

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    1. David Bowles’ “Lords of the Earth” packs quite a punch. You get plenty of kaiju action: landscapes razed, buildings destroyed and reduced to slag, and just all around devastation. More than that, though, there are themes of anti-imperialism (Western dominance), remnants of colonialism, women in positions of power, and corruption. I especially loved the importance placed on anthropology and archaeology, in the context of not letting Mesoamerican myth and culture become effaced from existenc [...]

    2. AlrightWas not the best nor the worse book I've read. More myth than science. Not really good character development, but there were one or two that stood out. Average read, but not one to burn up the net with. You can read it but don't break the bank to buy it.

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