Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Author of the bestselling Emperor Wolf of the Plains (Conqueror, Book 1) – Kindle edition by Conn Iggulden. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Buy Wolf of the Plains (Conqueror): 1 by Conn Iggulden from Amazon’s Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic. Wolf of the Plains (Conqueror, Book 1) eBook: Conn Iggulden: : Kindle Store.
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However I got a bit bored with the endless killing of brothers, battle tactic descriptions and drinking of butter tea but It was interesting.
Wolf of the Plains (Conqueror , book 1) by Conn Iggulden
Wolf of the Plains Author s: Feb 26, Peter Wrobbel rated it it was amazing. 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.
Audible book Switch back and forth between reading the Kindle book and listening to the Audible book with Whispersync for Voice. Ancient martial concepts unfold before you to on the page, actually causing joy as you imagine the horde wreaking bloody vengeance on their erstwhile oppressors, and they just make for excellent set pieces, something which is very difficult to do in a book!
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Future conqueror Temujin—”a man of iron”—is born to the khan ruler of ivgulden fierce Mongol tribe that roams central Asia’s steppes in the 12th century. It is the story of betrayal, revenge, mistakes, overreaching, intense rivalries, and lust for power, as well as family, friendship, iron purpose, and great courage.
For lesser thefts, the punishment shall be according to the value of the thing stolen, a number of blows of a staff–seven, plais, twenty-seven, up to seven hundred. It answers a question I had raised after reading volume 3 as to how GK could march so many men without the logistic to feed them. A book that was interesting from the very start and hard to put down to do other things.
I keep meaning to reread these. It is titled Genghis: Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. An enthralling read about a fascinating historical figure. Igguldfn behind without resources when the tribe migrates, the family struggles to survive the harsh environment, and Temujin dreams of gathering similar outcasts—wanderers iggylden herdsmen—into a new tribe. Lords of the Bow: Was expecting “just another historical novel” These books are so well written and easy to read.
If you haven’t read these books do yourself a favour. They are strong people. Did you mean that it was strong only when the odds plalns on my side?
Upon interrogating a Tartar prisoner, Temujin learns that the leader of the Olkhunut conspired with the Chin to lead the Tartar assassins to his father. Whoever like’s an accurate accounting of tthe enigmatic leader such as Ghengis Khan this is the book for you.
Added by 10 of our members. Really exciting series and the books did not last long! Mar 22, Elizabeth Fowler rated it really liked it.
Nov 20, Richard rated it really liked it. Based on historical facts but brought to life by the author.
I feel I know all I’ll ever need to know about Mongol rulers. Mar 10, Philen Naidu rated it it was amazing. I gobbled up the first three books in the series comn was happy that there were more.
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Owlf characters are clearly defined from the off, and watching them grow together adds real depth to them all as individuals. The hardships he endured shaped him into the brutal man he became. Jul 12, Concrete Jungle added it.