Wolf of the Plains

Wolf of the Plains

Large Print - 2007
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A remarkable story of heroism and adventure, of a boy who had to become a man too soon, of a family and a tribe who had to learn to win to survive.A man without a tribe was at great risk, so the young boy abandoned with his siblings on the harsh Mongolian plains had to struggle to avoid death. He survived both starvation and hostile attacks by learning remarkable leadership skills and gathering a group of outsiders like himself.Hunted and alone, he dreamed of uniting the tribes into one house, one nation. He became a great warrior. He would become father to his people. He would be Genghis Khan.

Publisher: Windsor/Paragon,� 2007
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781405616706
Branch Call Number: LT IGGU

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Dixiedog2
Aug 19, 2014

I read this book at the suggestion of my father. I agree with his review of this awesome book; it should appeal to any teenage reader or adult who is a lover of historical fiction. Doctor-at-Bass! Taylor A.

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dixiedog
Jul 29, 2014

Also published in North America in 2007 as Genghis – Birth of an Empire. I totally agreed with ‘willi03’ - Conn Iggulden’s – ‘Wolf of the Plains,’ Conqueror Series Book 1 was an AWESOME book. I too found this book was hard to put down. If you are a lover of Historical Fiction, this book is for you. The book was very fast paced taking the reader from one high point or crisis to another in the young life of Genghis Temujin Khan. While rated as an adult / fiction, I can say it should be appropriate and of interest to any reader 15 and older. Regretfully, there is only one copy of book two ‘Lords of the Bow’ in the Conqueror Series available at the Library. Senior Doctor-at-Bass! D. A.

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willy03
May 08, 2011

A very enjoyable historical fiction book that I found hard to put down. Read the series which is now up to book four.

If you like action and graphic battles mixed with history this is a great book.

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Sisbot
Feb 18, 2011

This is a great book. It's a case of strapping on the seatbelt and going for the ride. This is the first of a series of three. Enjoy.

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