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Fearing the sons of the former khan may contest his leadership when they reach adulthood, Eeluk banishes Temujin’s family from the tribe, leaving ghe to fend for themselves on the harsh Steppes. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Oct 25, Eric rated it it was amazing. Temujin returns to the Kerait, then travels to the Olkhunut tribe, where he murders the khan in his ger and assumes leadership of the tribe, and takes them back to join the Kerait.

Want to Read saving…. I thought that nobody could beat Ken Follet, when it comes to historical epics. Wish I could find more authors who research their subject matter as well as Mr. His father is attacked by assassins and soon dies from his injuries.

Wolf of the Plains First edition cover. Birth of an Empire: An enthralling read about a fascinating historical figure. Excellent and totally gripping read.


Mar 22, Elizabeth Fowler rated it really liked it. Added by 10 of our members. Lists with This Book. Some of the differences are described in an author’s note at the end of the book.

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See customer submitted images. Conn Iggulden brings to life Ghengis in all of his glory. An interesting view of the beauty of nomadic life and the incredible military prowess of the khans.

Once you start reading you are instantly imagining life on the plains and the amazing battles that are constantly throughout the book. What really resonated with me his his simplistic view. I suppose extreme fear is a xonn motivation – for those who opposed Genghis were hunted down and his vengeance was swift and deadly. They join Temujin and his family and begin a new tribe, accepting other wandering families into their protection.

Well they could survive for days on the blood and milk of their mares!! I have no words. Oct 23, Alex rated it planfs liked it. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Conn Iggulden, John Nicholl – abridger Publisher: No trivia or quizzes yet.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. It is a wonderful, epic story which Conn Iggulden brings brilliantly to life.

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Though it seems a dated idea now, I began teaching when boys were told only girls were good at English, despite the great names that must spring to mind after that statement. HarperCollins Publishers Limit Availability: Sep 01, John Kroeker rated it really liked it. With today’s internet or using a good topographical map, I strongly suggest that readers of this series refer to maps to see not only the breath of the regions conquered by the Mongols, but the mountain ranges they had to navigate to get from point A to point B.


Conn Iggulden has the ability to make historical fiction exciting. Finding the siege of this city so successful, Genghis employs the same tactic when he reaches the great city of Yenking, where the walls are so thick and the defense so strong that the Mongols are unable to enter the city by any form of attack. They fought constantly for generations but always a new location, new odds, new strategy, new obstacles.

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The biggest achievement here, however, is how he conveys the effectiveness of Ghengis’ military might. I initially read the first in the series ‘Wolf of the Plains’ while spending a month in Mongolia itself on a travel adventure. It’s a gift and one I hope he continues to share with us all for a long, long time.

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