Genghis Bones of the Hills

The mighty Mongol conqueror, Genghis Khan, wreaks a path of destruction along China's Great Wall.

Author: Conn Iggulden

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0385342802

Category: Fiction

Page: 419

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The mighty Mongol conqueror, Genghis Khan, wreaks a path of destruction along China's Great Wall.

Bones of the Hills Conqueror Book 3

The powerful and exhilarating third novel in Conn Iggulden’s No. 1 bestselling Conqueror series, following the life and adventures of the mighty Genghis Khan

Author: Conn Iggulden

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0007285418

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 635

The powerful and exhilarating third novel in Conn Iggulden’s No. 1 bestselling Conqueror series, following the life and adventures of the mighty Genghis Khan

Encore Bones of the Hills

Genghis Khan has taken his armies into the heart of China.

Author: Conn Iggulden


ISBN: 9780007946709


Page: 528

View: 452

The third novel in the No. 1 bestselling Conqueror series, following the life and adventures of the mighty Genghis Khan and his descendants Genghis Khan has fulfilled his dream of uniting the many warring tribes of his lands into one great nation. He has taken his armies against the mighty cities of their oldest enemies. Now he finds trouble rising west of the Mongolian plains. His emissaries are being mutilated or killed and his trading gestures rebuffed. He decides to divide his armies to conquer, using his sons as generals and sending them out simultaneously in many directions. As well as discovering new territories and laying waste the cities which resist, Genghis knows that the actions of his generals will help him decide who, from his rival sons and heirs, should succeed him as khan.

Bones of the Hills

Genghis Khan is an exhilarating and heroic figure. The sense of his ambition and his power, the relationships with his wives, sons and trusted aides, the sweep of his conquests, is all brought together by a masterful storytelling.

Author: Conn Iggulden


ISBN: 9781408413685

Category: Historical fiction

Page: 558

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The Khan Series 5 Book Bundle

The book has much to teach about a time and a people long shrouded in legend.”—The Wall Street Journal The Great Khan is dead—and his vast empire, forged through raw courage, tactical brilliance, and indomitable force, hangs in the ...

Author: Conn Iggulden

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0345538463

Category: Fiction

Page: 2160

View: 499

From the co-author of The Dangerous Book for Boys, the Khan series is a triumph of historical fiction—a bold, epic account bursting with gritty realism and exhilarating action. Now this eBook bundle assembles the entire series—Birth of an Empire, Lords of the Bow, Bones of the Hills, Empire of Silver, and Conqueror—sparing no detail, from the Great Khan’s first conquest and the heights of his unprecedented empire, to his brutal ancestral legacy and the rise of Kublai Khan. GENGHIS: BIRTH OF AN EMPIRE “Invigorating . . . zesty historical fiction, the kind with plenty of unbridled combat, accurate research, rampaging hordes and believable characters.”—USA Today Genghis Khan was born Temujin, the son of a khan, raised in a clan of hunters and driven by a singular fury: to survive in the face of death, to kill before being killed. Through a series of courageous raids, Temujin’s legend grew until he was chasing a vision: to unite many tribes into one, to make the earth tremble under the hoofbeats of a thousand warhorses, to subject all nations and empires to his will. GENGHIS: LORDS OF THE BOW “Readers who enjoy well-researched tales of historical adventure with an emphasis on political intrigue, exotic settings, and military conflict will enjoy the ride.”—Library Journal For centuries, primitive tribes have warred with one another. Now, under Genghis Khan, they have united as one nation to face the ultimate test: the great, slumbering walled empire of the Chin. In Yenking—modern-day Beijing—the Chin will make their final stand. But Genghis will strike with breathtaking audacity, never ceasing until the emperor himself is forced to kneel. GENGHIS: BONES OF THE HILLS “Page-turning . . . a sweeping historical saga [that] will appeal to fans of gritty combat fiction.”—Booklist As Genghis enters a strange new land of towering mountains and arid desert, he stirs an enemy greater than any he has met before. Shah Ala-ud-Din Mohammed has under his command thousands of fierce Arab warriors, teeming cavalry, and terrifying armored elephants. But another battle is taking shape—between two of Genghis’s feuding sons. Soon the most powerful man in the world must choose a successor, touching off the most bitter conflict of all. KHAN: EMPIRE OF SILVER “Epic . . . alpha-male fiction . . . The book has much to teach about a time and a people long shrouded in legend.”—The Wall Street Journal The Great Khan is dead—and his vast empire, forged through raw courage, tactical brilliance, and indomitable force, hangs in the balance. Even as the sons of Genghis Khan maneuver for supremacy, the Khan’s armies extend his reach farther than ever before, into southern China and across the rugged mountains of Russia to the vulnerable heart of Europe, where the most courageous warriors the West commands await the coming onslaught. CONQUEROR “A rip-roarin’ read, and inspiration to go and sack a few cities on your own.”—Kirkus Reviews A succession of ruthless leaders have seized power in the wake of the Great Khan’s death—all descendants of Genghis, but none with his indomitable character. It is Kublai—refined and scholarly, always considered too thoughtful to take power—who will devise new ways of warfare and conquest as he builds the dream city of Xanadu. His gifts will serve him well when an epic civil war breaks out among brothers, the outcome of which will literally change the world.

Bloomfield Hills

In 1934, bones of “the Bloomfield Hills Mastodon,” including its tusks, were discovered in Bloomfield Township on the south side of Charing Cross Road ...

Author: Christine Blackwell

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439656312

Category: Photography

Page: 128

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Bloomfield Hills is an affluent suburban city located 20 miles north of downtown Detroit. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, much of the area’s rolling farmland was purchased by wealthy Detroit residents who had first discovered “the hills” when they went touring northward in their new horseless carriages. Seeking refuge from Detroit’s summer heat and crowds, the newcomers built weekend homes that ranged from elaborate farmhouses to large manor estates. Philanthropists George Gough Booth and his wife, Ellen Scripps Booth, envisioned more than a manor house for themselves, however, and built what is now a National Historic Landmark, the Cranbrook Educational Community. In 1932, Bloomfield Hills incorporated as a city. The city retains its mystique as an enclave of elegant living and exceptional schools, but its history also includes instances of poverty and mayhem. It is all here in Images of America: Bloomfield Hills: Home of Cranbrook.

Black Hills

from the ankle bones of a deer and then strung on a buckskin string, narrow end down. At the end of that string, they tied little bones together.

Author: Dan Simmons

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 031607196X

Category: Fiction

Page: 528

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When Paha Sapa, a young Sioux warrior, "counts coup" on General George Armstrong Custer as Custer lies dying on the battlefield at the Little Bighorn, the legendary general's ghost enters him - and his voice will speak to him for the rest of his event-filled life. Seamlessly weaving together the stories of Paha Sapa, Custer, and the American West, Dan Simmons depicts a tumultuous time in the history of both Native and white Americans. Haunted by Custer's ghost, and also by his ability to see into the memories and futures of legendary men like Sioux war-chief Crazy Horse, Paha Sapa's long life is driven by a dramatic vision he experienced as a boy in his people's sacred Black Hills. In August of 1936, a dynamite worker on the massive Mount Rushmore project, Paha Sapa plans to silence his ghost forever and reclaim his people's legacy-on the very day FDR comes to Mount Rushmore to dedicate the face.

The Nebraska Sand Hills

SAND À HILLS A Clovis Projectile Point O Mammoth Remains B . beintosh THE ... Collectors have found mammoth bones in the present valleys of the Dismal ...

Author: Charles Barron McIntosh

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803231849

Category: History

Page: 266

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Charles Barron McIntosh has devoted a lifetime of scholarship to the history of human activity on Nebraska’s Sand Hills, the spare, beautiful land that occupies much of western Nebraska. From carefully deciphering Native American occupancy through rigorous analysis of thousands of arrowheads, to patiently combing through decades of courthouse land title transaction records, McIntosh has mastered the sweep of centuries of human interaction with the land. We learn how the land shapes humankind, far more than pride would have us believe, and we see that perhaps our real success lies in learning how to live with the land, rather than attempting to master it. The Nebraska Sand Hills reflects McIntosh’s lifetime of learning, reading, questioning, analyzing—in short, everything it means to be a scholar; seldom are these efforts so well demonstrated. His affection for this unique landscape is present on every page.

A Report on the Human Relics Recovered by the Naga Hills Burma Expedition for the Abolition of Human Sacrifice During 1926 1927

Apart from the five skulls describeil above , the other bones consist of frontal and
occipital parts of skulls only , as already mentioned . In most cases they have
been divided roughly through the centre of the eranial vault , but some contain
only ...

Author: Biraja Sankar Guha



Category: Craniology

Page: 68

View: 347

The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook 125 Homegrown Recipes from the Hills of New England

4 pounds veal or other meat/poultry bones (ask the butcher to crosscut large bones) 1 cup coarsely chopped onion 1⁄2 cup coarsely chopped celery 1⁄2 cup ...

Author: Elisa Spungen Bildner

Publisher: The Countryman Press

ISBN: 1682684539

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

View: 661

The best of the Berkshires’ homegrown food from noted farms to esteemed kitchens The Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts are famous for their unique culture, from scenic views to artistic and literary attractions. But in addition to the region’s classic landmarks, the Berkshires also boast an impressive number of family-run farms. Together with local restaurants, these farms add another feature to Berkshires culture: heartwarming and homegrown food. Telling the story of family-run agriculture through the language of food, The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook offers 125 recipes to recall the magic of the Berkshire region for readers far and wide. Sweet Corn Pancakes, Carrot Soup with Sage and Mint, Confetti Vegetable and Goat Cheese Lasagna, and more celebrate the lush landscape of the western New England area. Complete with farm profiles and vibrant photographs, The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook paints a vivid portrait of the relationship between the earth and what we eat.

The Hills of Angheri

While preparing the ends of the bones, he had sheared off too much of the humerus. The prosthesis would not reduce into position. Unwilling to admit that he ...

Author: Kavery Nambisan

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9352140877

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 341

For as long as Nalli can remember, the guardians of her village of Angheri, the hills that have so often come alive in her grandfather’s stories have been asking her to do something with her life... Twelve-year-old Nalli is restless to pursue a dream rather unusual for a girl in her traditional society: she wants to be a doctor. After all, how else will she stand by Jai – her friend and hero- when he returns as a qualified surgeon to start Angheri’s very own hospital? Adamantly resisting all the objections her family raises, Nalli travels to Madreas and then to London to study, and experiences a world she had never imagined. She learns to keep her voice down and sit with her knees together, is haunted by Subbu, the first human cadaver she cuts up, and encounters complicated medical cases that test her faith in the values Appa taught her to live by and her own skills as a surgeon. Yet, for all her adventures, Nalli yearns constantly for a sight of Angheri’s hills, for Ajja’s gods and Appa’s advice, and, most of all, for the hospital of her dreams to become a reality. But her return home is fraught with heartbreak and disillution, and Nalli sets of again, this time for remote Keshavganj, in search of solace and the fulfilment of her heart’s desire.... Sensitive and humorous, graceful and invariably engaging, Kavery Nambisan’s latest novel tells the story of a young surgeon coming to terms with the untidiness of life and her profession.

Women Artists in History

Red Hills and Bones is an image that combines these animal bones with the
actual landscape of the desert . In 1939 O ' Keeffe explained her attraction for the
desert badlands in the following way : The red hill is a piece of the badlands
where ...

Author: Wendy Slatkin

Publisher: Prentice Hall


Category: Artists

Page: 191

View: 147

..." Humphries has rendered (Ovid's) love poetry with conspicuous success into English which is neither obtrusively colloquial nor awkwardly antique." --Virginia Quarterly Review

The Legacy of Georgia of the Hills Part 3 Disaster At Yellowstone

now was a pile of bones and we thought that that was the end of the world. An enormous mousse came crashing through the front door, eyes all green and ...

Author: Kendra Campbell

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1326111493

Category: Fiction


View: 965

This is the third book in a series of three. This series begins with a volcanic network which possesses humans with a spirit of the hills and turns them into something we would no longer consider human. The story maps the progress of one particularly human and her fight to remain that way while some of her friends and her family have turned against her because they have become possessed. With the help of her true friends, she begins a war against the spirit which destroyed her family and the families of her friends

Malvern Hills

After its fracture , it inust have remained in a perpendicular position , which allowed the water from the roof to drop into the interior of the bone , for ...

Author: Joseph Cottle




Page: 512

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“They hauled me off to the hospital in Pennington, where they found out my left hip was broken, as well as both bones below my knee. One of those bones was ...

Author: Allan Ishmael Young


ISBN: 1300528044



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Inward to the Bones

I expect to see her one day lying prostrate on the yellow earth face up , tongue
out , sucking the green juice of cactus . Doesn ' t she notice the air is clearer here
? Through its crystal curtains I see the bones of hills . They shimmer in the heat ...

Author: Kate Braid

Publisher: Polestar Book Publishers


Category: Poetry

Page: 125

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Over 2,500 copies have been sold of this brilliantly imagined friendship between artists Georgia O'Keeffe and Emily Carr. Shortlisted for the Pat Lowther Award and the People's Poetry Award, Inward to the Bones won the VanCity Book Award.