Aztec Legend, Lord of the Jaguars
by Billy Crittenden
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 67
Dietrich Addison is a young boy whose intelligence is only matched by his compassion. His adventures take him from China to Central and North America in the late 1400's. His best friend is a white tiger he names Zeus. Zeus grows to be larger than any tiger in the world. They share a great friendship that would not have been possible in the civilized world.
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