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Posted July 4, 2014
Conn Iggulden manages to capture an insiteful look into the world of Kahn. This series follows the family, has a more open viewpoint with reaserched historical accuracy in regards to the time frame and the people. I have read this series several times. I also search for this author, his writing style does not dissapoint. I enjoy reading historical and historical fiction from selective authors. If you are interested in Ghengis, and would like to read from an "inside" style viewpoint as opposed to the conquered view, this series has value. If you are not sure, try the first book... I enjoy this author, have read books from his bibliography as well as other authors on this subject matter. I prefer to have multiple viewpoints, "both sides of the story"
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