Conn Iggulden is the author of Genghis: Birth of an Empire, the first novel in the series, as well as the Emperor novels, which chronicle the life of Julius Caesar. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Iggulden, coauthor of the Lords of the Bow (Conqueror, Book 2) – Kindle edition by Conn Iggulden. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. For centuries, primitive tribes have warred with one another. Now, under Genghis Khan—a man who lives for battle and blood—they have united.

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I reduced the rating for the second volume and it was not pervasive as in the first. Overall this was an decent read, but I much preferred the biographies. Anything else lorsd be taken from him, but never that. There’s a decent amount of domestic intrigue and drama as well, but this really is a bunch igguleen well-written scenes of dudes riding thousands of miles, subsisting on nothing but a mixture of mare’s milk and blood, and then shooting literally EVERYONE with double-curved bows.

From the author of The Dangerous Book for Boys, an adult novel about a very dangerous man!

Oakhill Publishing Limited Availability: Jochi certainly grabbed my sympathy. Close to the end of the summer, the Uighurs arrive. The perspective of the book flits through a decently-sized cast of people, most Genghis and iggluden people around him but including aforementioned perspectives of Xi Xia leaders and citizens. Moves at great pace and, whilst there have been some historical liberties, it is a great read.

Avvincente, crudo a tratti, ha il pregio di unire ad una scrittura scorrevole, Le nostre vite sono come uccelli che volano davanti a una finestra illuminata per poi tornare nel buio. While stuck in one place, the new Nation becomes impatient and tempers flare. Literally no one in these books is what you’d consider a “good guy”.


Lords of the Bow picks up a couple years after Birth of an Empire left off.

Your enemies don’t come more dripping with macho-awesomeness than that!! There’s biw another angle to set this complex gift of God. I love just about anything by David Gemmell, or Peter F.

Jan 06, Rachel rated it it was amazing. Their Khan submits privately to Genghis, which is taken as even more binding than the public oaths the entire Mongol nation takes under a ceremony presided over by the shaman. In the city of Yenking—modern-day Beijing—the Chin will make their final stand, confident behind their towering walls, setting a trap for the Mongol raiders.

Lords of the Bow (Conqueror , book 2) by Conn Iggulden

If you iggulsen history, read a history book. Categories Fiction Non-fiction Children’s books Authors. Such a powerful historical figure should have jumped off the pages, and yet what little time is spent in his point of view is pretty dull. In the city of Yenking—modern-day Beijing—the Chin will make their final stand, setting a trap for the Mongol raiders, confident behind their towering walls.

It’s raw and ruthless steppe skills pitted against the well orchestrated and structured city powers. Jul 13, Pages. Anyone interested in Genghis and the other Khans should give this series a shot, especially if you’re interested in the actual execution of their conquests and their almost unbeatable military machine.

Genghis: Lords of the Bow (Conqueror, #2) by Conn Iggulden

I just had to get past the idea of hanging onto even the slightest shred of 21st century Western ideas like, oh After the killing of the Khan of the alliance, the defeated shaman decides to tie his fate to that of the new Mongol nation.

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Want to Read saving…. In lorss, here are a few famous quotes ascribed to Genghis Conan fans will recognize the first one: Lords of the Bow For centuries, primitive tribes have warred with one another. I can’t wait to read the next on I enjoyed this book almost as much as the first one in this series. Not to mention, Lords of the Bow also ends with yet another heart-stopping epic battle once again I’m impressed!


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Iggulden does a good job of putting a human face on Genghis and gigulden Mongols, although I think he may have gone a bit too far. Conn has managed to present this phenomenal era of history in a very captivating manner indeed.

Hopefully this will be explored in later volumes. Of all the authors I’ve read, I say Conn Iggulden holds the place as having the best writing style. Birth of an Empire delivers a masterful new novel of the mighty Mongol ocnn Genghis Lord sets out to unify an entire continent under his rule.

There were still moments here and there that I enjoyed between characters, like Genghis and his brothers or Genghis with his sons particularly his relationship with Jochior the half a second Borte shows up. Not many people can write a good battle scene by good I mean understandable enough I didn’t like this book as much as it’s predecessor. Just send us an email and we’ll put the best up on the site. We are afforded a look into the life Genghis Khan but are also in the surrounding cultures and customs.

Hamilton or Wilbur Smith. The various troubles within his now growing family and in his army as a whole are very well conceived and played out. At times I could have been there on the plains with Genghis and Kachiun oggulden Khasar I really enjoyed the depiction. He is helped by the young Tsubodaiwho is rewarded later in the book. For someone that was so affected by his relationship with his own father, I am interested in Genghis the Father and igguldenn.