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Wolf of the plains

Finally, how could we not mention the always popular Conn Iggulden. His latest, Wolf of the Plains, tells a remarkable story of heroism and adventure, of a boy who had to become a man too soon, of a family and a tribe who had to learn to win to survive.

A man without a tribe was at great risk and a young boy, who was abandoned with his siblings on the harsh Mongolian plains, had to struggle to avoid death. He survived both starvation and hostile attacks by learning remarkable leadership skills and gathering a group of outsiders like himself.

Hunted and alone, he dreamed of uniting the tribes into one house, one nation. He became a great warrior. He would become father to his people. He would be Genghis Khan.

Wolf of the Plains is available in paperback at 11 euros.

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