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I Barbarian They defied the might of Genghis Khana brave young warrior from Frankistan and the beautiful Oriental maiden Cho Soo Theirs was a forbidden passion that was at once supremely delicate and yet relentl

  • Title: I, Barbarian
  • Author: John Jakes
  • ISBN: 9780523009711
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • I, Barbarian By John Jakes, They defied the might of Genghis Khana brave young warrior from Frankistan and the beautiful Oriental maiden, Cho Soo Theirs was a forbidden passion that was at once supremely delicate and yet relentless Neither the Mongolian hordes nor the timeless sands of the Gobi Desert would keep them apart.In a spellbinding novel of romance, intrigue, and adventure, the phenomenThey defied the might of Genghis Khana brave young warrior from Frankistan and the beautiful Oriental maiden, Cho Soo Theirs was a forbidden passion that was at once supremely delicate and yet relentless Neither the Mongolian hordes nor the timeless sands of the Gobi Desert would keep them apart.In a spellbinding novel of romance, intrigue, and adventure, the phenomenal John Jakes weaves an unforgettable picture of two people caught in the cruel grip of history s most savage era Here is storytelling at its very best, by the man who singlehandedly made the American Revolution come alive in his American Bicentennial Series No other writer in history ever had three best selling novels published in one year
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    1. John Jakes originally wrote this under the pseudonym Jay Scotland in 1959, and his success in the late 1970s apparently warranted a revision of those earlier works to cash in on his new found fame.After the less than stellar experience of The Veils of Salome, my expectations were pretty low going into this one The introduction and half apology for this revised edition wasn t encouraging The words identity crisis were mentioned, as were a few tons of adjectives and adverbs have disappeared in the [...]

    2. This was Jake s first historical novel, written under the pseudonym Jay Scotland, and re released under the author s rightful name once he d made his mark.I enjoyed this book, not only for the story itself, but also the history of the era, which Jake s seamlessly wove into the plot He makes writing historical fiction look easy.

    3. I put it in fantasy but this is really supposed to be historical fiction Of course, not real history I m torn with this book between 2 and 3 stars Maybe it s at least 2 and a half I enjoyed it, but I thought it was a bit slow here and there A European ends up with the Mongol horde, and finds a woman there to love.

    4. I think this is Jakes first book A European joins the Mongol hordes and falls in love with a Chinese beauty i liked it for the historical period, the Age of Genghis Khan

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