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‘Jamuqa had witnessed, aged fifteen, his tribe strung up on trees. Perhaps you have to go one further.’ Jamuqa is mad, and commits an atrocity in challenge of Temujin.

His actions – that might have more to do with how he feels about his oath-brother – plunge the Mongols into intertribal war. Temujin’s lack of an election, too, has caused controversy and a split into camps.
ebook, Smashwords, 233 pages
Published September 12th 2012 by Bryn Hammond at Smashwords (first published September 11th 2012)
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I read this book very slowly, and what a difference that made! This author paints a personal portrait of Genghis Khan through her excellent research and wordsmith.

Readers, don't expect big battle scenes or unification of tribes through brute force. Do expect to get into the mind of Genghis Khan and see the 'why' of his actions. Of course there were battles, but the author treated them differently than other authors. Readers, don't skim over transition passages or you will be tripped. Like Faulk
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I live in Australia. Ex-British.

Always a writer, but it’s with Amgalant I settled down. Before that, I spent years over a creative translation of Beowulf, and on unfinished sf/f novels with an inclination to New Weird – often a historical setting with extraterrestrials. Now it’s simply Mongols. An encounter with the Alexiad in my teens captured my imagination on behalf of steppe peoples, and afte
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