Amazons and Templars conquer the reader in the first lines and can keep him interested until the end. R. Kovac leads the story through different eras and sceneries, maintaining a mood of mystery and magic - as well as action - in a fantastic universe. There was a time, in a lost citadel north of the old continent called Tenkoriac, when people lived in total harmony, sharing land cultivation and crops. In this community, everyone respected each other and had the same rights and duties. Women were independent and followers of the Goddess of Life. Once a year, some allowed themselves to become pregnant, choosing their partners at the fertility festival in honor of the Goddess. This world of peace and freedom is threatened by the invasion of barbarians, and for this reason they flee to Brazil. Much later, they gain the support of the Templars, European warriors who also seek refuge in Brazil by fleeing the persecution of the king and pope. United by fate and prophecy, Amazons and Templars face the threat of cannibals and bandits who want to take their gold. Against the truculence and firearms of enemies, they use wisdom, magic and the power of the mind. The most important ally: A young student falls in love with one of the indigenous women when they perform in a show radically changing the fate of all. Amazons and Templars have romance, adventure, fanta-sy, but above all it leads to reflection on the values that really matter to the growth of the human being.