The first time, I had read a little about Genghis Khan was thanks to Alex Rutherford’s ‘Raiders from the North’: (Empire ofthe Moghul series). This was minus the history books I had read as a child at school.
‘Raiders from the North’ mentioned Genghis Khan (though of course, it did not have too much to do with India) but his name had struck with me. And so, I had jumped at 'The Mongol Empire: Genghis Khan, His Heirs and the Founding of Modern China' by John Man. Though this book is non-fiction, but the fascination was always there.
|John Man (From Random House)|