Fierce Mongolian Conqueror
History's Most Murderous Villains
“Genghis Khan” means “greatest of rulers, emperor of all men.” A Mongolian nomad was awarded this title after leading his people to victory in Asia at the turn of the 13th century. This captivating biography relays why he has retained this moniker throughout history, from a daring escape as a young man named Temüjin to his ambitious empire-building across three continents. Absorbing text and beguiling artwork give readers an understanding of this time period and the many cultures that clashed over power and land in this era.