A couple of appropriate blurbs:
The thing that I really love about High Aztech, besides it’s unique narrative style, is the world building that the author, Ernest Hogan, did. He didn’t just slap the story down in Mexico. Hogan created a realistic future Mexican culture and subculture, creating future slang and linguistic traditions tied to the past we know. The most intriguing of these is the world’s Aztec religious revival that intertwines technology and religion.
- Chriss Cornish, More Vikings blog
“High Aztech” presents a virus capable of infecting any human mind with forced religion, and renegade cartoonist Zapata running through Tenochtitlan - the erstwhile Mexico City - pursued by the government, the Mafia, street gangs, cults and garbage collectors.
- The Danvers (Massachusetts) Herald