The Bone Flower Queen (The Bone Flower Trilogy, #2)

The Bone Flower Queen (The Bone Flower Trilogy, #2)

by TL Morganfield

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Overview

Gods Do Not Die. They Just Sleep.

Having defeated the sorcerer god Smoking Mirror and reclaimed her throne, Quetzalpetlatl and her brother Topiltzin set out to found Quetzalcoatl’s new holy city and end human sacrifice throughout the Toltec world.

But Smoking Mirror hasn’t abandoned his own ambitions for power; with his allies–mortal and divine–threatening war among the gods, he’s shifted his focus to Quetzalpetlatl and her budding magical powers. Along with her deep, personal connection to his hated enemy Quetzalcoatl, she would be the perfect addition to his ranks, if only he can convince her that she’s working for the wrong side in this conflict.

And he knows the one secret that will tear apart everything she thinks she knows about her beloved god…and herself.

"By turns exhilarating, heartbreaking and always richly detailed both in character and world building, this tapestry of love, loss and war is a worthy sequel to The Bone Flower Throne."  — Aliette de Bodard, Nebula Award winning author of the Obsidian and Blood trilogy

"Morganfield once again takes us on a fascinating journey through Mesoamerican mythology, following Quetzlpetalatl as she discovers that her world is not what she thought it was…and neither is she."  — J. Kathleen Cheney, author of The Golden City series

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046263367
Publisher: Feathered Serpent Books
Publication date: 01/05/2015
Series: Bone Flower Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 775,027
File size: 643 KB

About the Author

T. L. Morganfield lives in Colorado with her husband and children. She’s an alumna of the Clarion West Workshop and she graduated from Metropolitan State University with dual degrees in English and History. She reads and writes way too much about Aztec history and mythology, but it keeps her muse happy, which makes for a happy writer, so she has no plans of changing her ways.

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