The sky worshipers is a military fiction story setting us back to Genghis Khan, the Mongol leader whose ambition was to take over the world. The story takes you on an honest, historically correct endeavor revealing the life of the conquerors and women’s voice yet unknown in Europe. The in-depth novel represents the 13th center world, and his unforgettable story of the survival of women would have been. The narrative is told through the eyes of three princesses and truly embarks on a story worth reading.
Although the historical fiction was accurate in its factual basis, it was still personally written, and this created an edge for the storyline. The literature was descriptive and enjoyable to read. Anyone interested in history, especially this particular time and era, would thoroughly savor this book.
“The manuscript chronicles the era of Mongol invasions with entries by the foreign princesses captured and brought to the Mongol court. Told through the conquered and captured eyes, the stories of these women reveal the complex and epic nature of the Mongolian empire during the 13th century. As the captive princesses relate their experience, they expose stories once lost to history now brought to light.”
The pace of the story was steady and kept the reader intrigued. I believe the author was in her element and had done her research well. I look forward to reading more from her.
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Written by Jeyran Main