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Mirror Of Fiery Brightness by Chris Roberson
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Mirror Of Fiery Brightness

by Chris Roberson

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A story in Chris Roberson's alternate history of a Chinese and Aztec dominated world. Saito Ren, a Nipponese-descended citizen of "Fusang", which seems to be the northern portion of Brazil in our world, acts as a spy for the Chinese, and discovers a secret Aztec project concerning "The Mirror of Fiery Brightness". I could predict what the mirror would be, but the ending was something of a surprise. ( )
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