La mascarilla del héroe (Spanish)
|User Summary:||You have to find the plaster death mask of Pancho Villa, a Robin Hood-like bandit who was an important fighter in the Mexican Revolution.|
This book is quite good most of the time, but there are a few points where it has writing bad enough to be slightly cringe-inducing. Perhaps this is the weaker of the two writers showing through. In any case, despite these flaws of writing, it's a pretty good story and, like Sword of the Samurai, it deals with significant historical figures unfamiliar to many Americans (particularly the children this series is aimed at).
|Special Thanks:||Thanks to Ryan Lynch for the cover images.|
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|Series:||Time Machine no. 19|
|Item:||Death Mask of Pancho Villa|
Huey, Kenneth (interior)
0553266748 / 9780553266740
|Length:||125 pages (plus data bank and data file)|
|Number of Endings:||1|
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Time Machine #19 Map
Thanks to Julien Peter Benney for contributing this map of the book's structure.