Dr. Rafael Olivares uses historical fiction to transcribe the recently found personal diary of Ñusta Yupanqui. The daughter and sister of Inkas, Ñusta was also the lover of Francisco Pizarro, the conqueror of Peru. Although she was an Inka princess and gave Pizarro the only children he ever had, the official history of the Spanish conquest ignores her. This novel suggests that, because she was in the middle of the struggle, the successes described in the diary could be the real history of the Spanish domination of the Inka Empire. Ñusta’s narrative not only presents the historical interpretation of the conquest as seen by the defeated but also reveals the existence of a treasure still hidden in the Andes Mountains. This Inka treasure is bigger than anything found until now.