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It’s brilliant but blood thirsty. What really resonated with me his his simplistic view. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Interesting to compare this history with Europe in the s.

He built a nation out of nothing but his will and drive. It was a rough introduction to his life, to a sudden adult world, plwnes Temujin survived, learning to combat natural and human threats. Oct 23, Alex rated it really liked it. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Historical fiction telling the story of Genghis Khan. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? I love just about anything by David Gemmell, or Peter F.

I feel I know all I’ll ever need to know about Mongol wilf.

The book is fantastically written and added to the sheer beauty of the Mongolian people, their iggylden, their history and their lifestyle.

Not a book I ever wanted to set down as I read the pages over two days in our mountain cabin.

Thank you, Mr Iggulden. The author truly captures the essence of this book in his final note: I bet theres hidden treasures all across the gobi desert that he and the mongols buried. 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. Well done Mr A fascinating plabes Really like that at the end of the ghe the author tells you which bits he had to alter to make it a good fiction book so you know exactly what happened.


Wolf of the Plains Author s: I found the Mongols amazing then and I still do. Plus the struggles that had to over come oggulden survive and conquer. A dramatic and brutal tale of life on the Steppes of Russia in the age when the Mongol tribes where at constant war with the Tartars. The Conqueror Series by Conn Iggulden. No trivia or quizzes yet. He wasnt worried about Gold or silver. Birth of an Empire in the United States.

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Wolf of the Plains (Conqueror , book 1) by Conn Iggulden

He is freed by Arslan and Jelme, father and son wanderers who joined the Wolves after looking for Yesugei, whom Arslan owed a debt. He will become the khan of the sea of grass, Genghis.

Sorry, this item is not available in Image not available for Color: But the Wolf tribe return to the area, and advanced riders, sent by Eeluk to ensure the family igguldem perished, capture Temujin.

Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. If you’re looking for an historical war epic that will transport you to another time, then you have got to read this! Pages to import images to Wikidata. Strange rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed understanding the life of the Tye.


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It follows the life of Ghengis Plands from a young age, to leader of the clans. His father is attacked by assassins and soon dies from his injuries.

Temujin assumes the role of khan. The source material for the book is The Secret History of the Mongols.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jan 03, Kyle rated it it was amazing. Non-stop carnage and manly Mongol raping and pillaging. History at its best, a plames story! Borte was captured by the Merkit tribe, not the Tartars; and she was held captive for several months, rather than a few weeks; Temujin’s childhood enslavement by the Ta’yichiut, also lasting several months, is not described; however, some elements of his escape being liberated by a sympathetic member of the capturing tribe, but then returning to their home to hide is incorporated into the fictional account of his capture by the “Wolves”; Temujin’s childhood friend, blood-brother, and major rival Jamuka is excluded from the story; the relationship between Temujin and Toghrul is simplified: They join Temujin and his family and begin a new tribe, accepting other wandering families into their protection.