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Genghis Khan ➳ [Reading] ➶ Genghis Khan By Sam Djang ➩ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Key Features The book is a result of eight years of intensive travel and research It traces the conueror's life from the time of his father onwards and hence is one of the most detailed biographies of Key Features The book is a result of eight years of intensive travel and research It traces the conueror's life from the time of his father onwards and hence is one of the most detailed biographies of Genghis Khan The biography presents a balanced approach to Genghis' life and work and rejects the obvious description of him as 'evil incarnate' About the Book Genghis Khan An extensive and balanced portrait of a great conueror and military general who embodied the force of unity and able administration Genghis Khan's name never fails to elicit strong passionate reactions and he is usually introduced with phrases ranging from 'the great conueror' to 'evil incarnate' This book revisits and takes a closer look at his life rather than limiting him to a few glib phrases Born Temujin this courageous astute boy from the Mongolian Plateau learnt the lessons of life from nature and his surroundings Endowed with the ualities of leadership and a ruthlessly strong will Genghis Khan was driven by the desire to unite the various tribes under one banner An able administrator and a crafty warrior he founded one of the largest empires in history an empire that stretched from the China Sea in the east to the Caspian Sea in the west; from Siberia in the north to Central China in the south that was informed by the ideas of religious tolerance unity and meritocracy In Genghis Khan The World Conueror the result of eight years of research and travel in Mongolia Russia and China Sam Djang has produced a fascinating and revealing account of the life and times of one of history's most intriguing figures About the Author Sam Djang Sam Djang is a writer and dental surgeon based in California USA where he studied literature history and dentistry at University of Southern California He won the Irwin Award for Best Historical Fiction Campaign in .


3 thoughts on “Genghis Khan

  1. Anurag Anurag says:

    A very well researched biography I can imagine the trouble the author must have had to go through to get the details that are added However the book still feels rushed through Genghis Khan is too big of a phenomenon to be described in one book There are several battles and conuests where the reader expects details however the book falls short on that count Still it is a relief to read a book written that shows Genghis Khan than an invader or barbarian as he is usually described His skills as an administrator were just as unmatched as his skills as a war general There is a lot to learn from the individual that was Temujin or Genghis Khan


  2. Rishabh Thakur Rishabh Thakur says:

    The extra star is because the subject of the book is the most important man who ever lived Otherwise it's a poorly written book which feels like a lazy rehash of the originalSecret History of the Mongol Empire which was compiled in the time of Kublai Khan The non standard romanisation of names and places is perhaps the most frustrating part of the book Not that dentists can't write great books but sorry Mr Djang you should have stuck to what you knew


  3. Harshit Harshit says:

    No spoilersThe research the author has done to make this book possible is what made me read in the first place I have ignored this part of the history for far too long The author himself state that it is extremely difficult to write history that is not recorded without turning it completely into fiction and I think the author has found the perfect balance between them


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