Khan: Empire of Silver: A Novel of the Khan Empire and millions of other books are . Conqueror: A Novel of Kublai Khan (The Khan Dynasty) by Conn Iggulden . From the author of the bestselling The Dangerous Book for Boys The Great Khan is dead—and his vast empire, forged through raw courage, tactical. Iggulden’s smashing fourth installment to his Mongol series (Genghis: Bones of the Hills, etc.) picks up after Genghis’s death as his three sons.
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Conn Iggulden continues to write great historical fiction with this Khan series. Please review your cart. Then his coming to terms and controlling himself in the face of his biggest fear, hits a you in the heart hard and is inevitably tear jerking.
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Good, but different from the previous books. His vast empire hangs in the balance, an empire he forged with raw courage, guile, tactical brilliance, unswerving dedication to his people, and the force of his own indomitable will.
Honestly i haven’t found a writer yet that would impress me as much as Conn Iggulden when it comes to historical fiction. They marched into Russia in the middle of winter and burned every one of their cities. Arthur Wesley the future Duke of Wellington was born and bred to be a leader. A 1 New York Times best-selling author, Conn Iggulden has garnered both critical and popular acclaim for his compelling novels about Genghis Khan.
The same fate lies in wait for the Persians in the third book of the series, ‘Bones of the Hills’. Khan Empire of Silver Author s: Europeans need to watch out for the Khan’s horde.
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Silvr opinions are my own. Miyamoto Musashi becomes a reluctant hero to a host of people whose lives he has touched and by whom he has been touched.
He had scouts that reached Italy and France. Luckily, I know little about the Khanates other than a few bald facts, so rmpire errors or stretches went over my head and I concentrated on the story—which was fascinating.
All the names are of course foreign, and it took me a while to sort out who was who. Perhaps this was empige likely to be The khan novels continue to be massively interesting, adding great plot to historical facts.
General Subodai last conquest in the far lands of Russia, Hungary and Poland making him the greatest conqueror ever by crossing huge distances in short time and devastating larger armies with creative war tactics in harsh winter weather. Warriors of the Storm. As one brother awaits his fate, another awaits his moment to seize power, while spies and assassins play out the ambitions and destinies of their masters. Most Helpful Most Recent. Ogedei has built a silver city on the plains that is the capital off the Mongol nation.
Khan: Empire of Silver (Conqueror, #4) by Conn Iggulden
However, this was still enjoyable. Eiji Yoshikawa, Charles S. This was the more action packed part of the book. It continued on where the previous book left off and was very enjoyable, but there was a lot less action which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Genghis Khan is dead. But for all the shipbuilding skills that Thorgrim and the others possess, there is one thing they cannot do – weave cloth to replace the sails shredded in the gale that drove them ashore.
No letdown to the great Conquerer series I really can’t rate each book of this series seperately because really all six books make up a single story, and the story is great. Published December 28th by Delacorte Press first published Surely there is another book coming about Kublai Khan, the grandson of Ghengis.
Although book 4 seemed like a bridge between Genghis book and Kublai book 5? Item s unavailable for purchase. Instead of a story that stands on it’s own. It’s great to have a book that is so easy to read, full of action and yet understand the most accurate history we have of that era too. Ogedai is the new Khan, but only just.
I was also surprised to find out, when I read the Historical Notes in the back, that some of the parts of this book that I scoffed at whilst reading it were actually based on facts. I simply love Conn Iggulden’s writing! This book is split in to 3 parts, each skipping a period of time but not long.
The book is kind of spotty until Part 3 and chapter