Khakhanate Book II The Crow

Khakhanate Book II The Crow

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by Thomas Lankenau
     
 
The Crow continues the sweeping saga of the Mongol conquest of America. As the Mongol Khakhanate continues its inexorable expansion into the southern landmass, a young man called The Crow comes of age among the Cherokee. Grandson, nephew and cousin to Khans, he holds no rank of his own. Both idealistic and rebellious, he soon runs afoul of the powerful Khans.

Overview

The Crow continues the sweeping saga of the Mongol conquest of America. As the Mongol Khakhanate continues its inexorable expansion into the southern landmass, a young man called The Crow comes of age among the Cherokee. Grandson, nephew and cousin to Khans, he holds no rank of his own. Both idealistic and rebellious, he soon runs afoul of the powerful Khans.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011118777
Publisher:
Elderberry Press, Inc.
Publication date:
07/09/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Thomas Lankenau was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina to a diplomat father. He completed his undergraduate degree at Xavier University in Ohio, and his graduate degree at Mt. St. Mary’s in Maryland. He worked in the biological sciences for many years then became a consultant until his recent retirement. Khakhanate (Books I and II) a project requiring twenty years to complete, is the product of his love of history and anthropology. He resides in Northern Virginia.


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Khakhanate Book II The Crow 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A continuation of the family saga so grounded in facts that I couldn't put it down. It made me want to do my own research so that I could more deeply appreciate the story. A global perspective that also gives a spiritual element which some might find strange. Yet it feels true to the human condition, offering insight and alternate ways to view religion, good and evil, and what happens to us after we die.
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