An All-Powerful Evil Shaman Wakes to Protect Lost Inca Gold
Penelope Augusta Gertrude Farquhar, a woman struggling with schizophrenia, finds herself lost in the Amazon rainforest after a fateful airplane crash. But she's not alone: her voices, now personified as historical figures such as René Descartes, Ada Lovelace, and Ernest Shackleton, accompany her on a quest to find the fabled city of Paititi and destroy the evil shaman Pishtaco, who has amassed the lost Inca gold of Atahualpa.
"Pishtaco: Lord of the Lost Inca Gold" is a thrilling historical fantasy that takes you on a journey through the mystical and mysterious world of the Inca people. Along the way, you'll encounter the pantheon of Inca gods and goddesses, as well as the tribal people of the Amazon rainforest, and learn about their cultures and beliefs. This offbeat adventure is filled with humor, twists and turns, and a unique blend of history and mythology.
Mark Patton's well-researched and engaging writing transports you to another world, while delving into themes of mental health and the nature of reality. "Pishtaco: Lord of the Lost Inca Gold" is a must-read for fans of adventure, history, and mythology.