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Summary

Discover the largest empire in the Americas!

Have you always wanted to learn about the great Inca Empire, but your schoolteachers refuse to listen? Are you confused between Inca, Aztec, and Maya? Do you want to learn how the Inca people were unique from their Mesoamerican predecessors? Could you even draw the Inca Empire on a map?

All this and more lies within Incas: A Comprehensive Look at the Largest Empire in the Americas.

Their history is a relatively short but vibrant and dynamic story with an ending so tragic, your favorite fantasy author couldn’t have come up with it himself. So little is taught of the native cultures of the Western Hemisphere in schools today, as curriculums lean on the exploits of Rome and Britain.

If you’ve always wanted to learn more about the great people who once ruled the mountains of Peru and Chile, this is the audiobook for you. If you’re tired of hearing about stuffy old white men, this is the audiobook for you. If you’re interested in history but have a hard time understanding the textbooks, this is the audiobook for you! This simple but comprehensive look takes you across the Inca Empire from beginning to end. Everything you need to know about those great people is right here.

From its founding in the 1300s, the Inca Empire lasted roughly 12 generations. In just that time, it accomplished what other civilizations took centuries to achieve. Learn about the effective expansionist policy of the Inca and how they maximized profits by leaning on clever marketing tactics instead of war. 

Learn how downfall came at the hands of the Spanish conquerors, who came with guns and steel and plague. Like the meteor that killed the dinosaurs, the invaders were an extinction-level event for which the Inca had no way of preparing. See how unmatched they were in strategy, technology, and how their far superior numbers meant nothing in the end.

Learn what remains of their great civilization, what influence they had over the following course of history, and see how they even had an effect on the soda you drink....

Inside, you will find:

  • How an empire grew from such humble, and hostile, beginnings
  • The geographic location of the empire
  • The incredible natural odds the Incan people overcame
  • Society, government, and other everyday practices
  • An in-depth look at the Incan gods
  • The terrible Civil War
  • The Conquistadors
  • And more

So click "Buy Now" and begin your journey into the past. By the time you’ve finished, you’ll be booking that trip to Machu Picchu you’ve always wanted. And what’s more, you will be going armed with knowledge and respect of the great people who built the city and who once ruled the mountains like gods. 

Don’t wait another moment to enjoy from this information - get your copy of Incas right away!

©2018 Eric Brown (P)2018 Eric Brown

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Good detail history. Enjoy learning about. I had no idea about some of the history but I’ve learned in this book. Thank you

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Liked it.

The ancient Canaanites, Hittites and ancient Israelites built remarkable civilizations that deserve a spot in history. Sadly, few historians have been ready to tackle the task of uncovering fascinating facts of these astonishing people. And thus, it can be hard for readers to find an easy-to-read and cohesive resource on these fascinating civilizations. But that is about to change. In this new captivating history book, you will discover the truth about these startling ancient civilizations.

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New stuff...

He does explain some about dating techniques at the beginning as another review pointed out because most of the places in this program don't have exact dates from calendar systems like in the South America and Mesoamerica programs. But overall it's a great program and I learned a lot of new stuff.

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I learned a lot of new stuff.

I've written and spoken about North America's first inhabitants, but this update on archaeological research is truly stunning even for the most informed

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The professor has an enormous amount of information that fleshes out the picture of who the Moundbuilders and other early inhabitants were. Utterly fascinating for anyone with an interest in the history of the Americas.

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You MUST read this book. It has all the information on ancient civilizations contained in here, from Agriculture till how Rome came into power, this book is most certainly a book you cannot afford​ to miss.

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It was a compelling story that I enjoyed reading.

Inca is a well written, well researched , historical novel. It was a compelling story that I enjoyed reading.

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Travel back in time.

I am going to Peru and wanted some cultural background. Interesting reading, and good way to get a feel for the background of the Inca nation

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An excellent, breathtaking journey through the Inca's empire. Great characters and incredible attention to historical detail. Leaves you wanting more!

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Well researched and well written.. Gives great insight to the culture and the customs of the people...very good read for any history buff

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  • 07-12-18

Excellent book

As a history teacher now, I still have this book on my shelf, close at hand. The author does a great job detailing the circumstances of ancient history. Love this book!

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  • 07-12-18

Super interesting

This book provides an aerial view of Ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Roman societies and their effect in world history. I particularly enjoyed the section on Greek philosophy, which has likely shaped the world more than any other aspect of ancient society.

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  • wyatt
  • 07-12-18

Good read on ancient civilizations

The book is descriptive, especially to describe the famous Greek Gods. There's a short description of the tribute of the Olympic games. Would love if the book covered more on it. Even though I've read and see on tv of the Greek Gods, the book is an exciting read.

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  • kazim
  • 07-12-18

Well researched

The author has a writing style that is easy to follow and makes for interesting reading. The knowledge within its pages would complement any library and enhance the intellect of its readers.
I recommend it highly for anyone who wants to know more about ancient history yet doesn't have enough time to research various dry texts.
Thank you for this great book!

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  • Hugo
  • 07-12-18

Inca

Really enjoyed this book. Anything about the Incas is fascinating. I thought it was a likely depiction of Inca events. Sad to read about such a great culture coming to an end.

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  • joseph
  • 06-12-18

Extraordinary book

With a sad ending. Nothing stays the same, and the wheel of time crashes everything before it. There are millions of Inca alive nowadays. They start to come alive from their lethargy. Hopefully, they can reclaim their glory taken away from them by the Spaniards. Haylli would be happy....

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  • jaksen
  • 06-12-18

Great information

Very interesting book, intriguing story and a great insight into the history and society of the Incas.

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  • dylan
  • 06-12-18

I loved the story

This is just a magnificent book. I loved the story, the character development, and the multi-generational nature of the story. Really gave a great historical perspective of the Inca. Highly recommended

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  • corneliusdavid
  • 06-12-18

Must read for every Peru tourist

The reader sees the times through the eyes of a thoroughly educated and powerful noble who by his life, makes clear the values of the people. I recommend this to all my friends who are headed for Cusco.

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  • brittany
  • 06-12-18

Tremendous reading

Wonderful way to learn to some history. The book was a page Turner. Teaches you something about the rise and fall of a civilization. I would recommend to anyone interested in history or just a good read. Use the glossary at the end to help understanding some words. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have.