Jack Weatherford

Reviews of books by this author:

Genghis Khan: And the Making of the Modern World

In the West, mention of the Mongols conjures images of barbarians on horseback with bows and an empire that spanned the world. It doesn’t offer up much else though. This book sets out to fill in the blanks with a history of┬áTemujin’s (his actual name) rise to power and the history of not just his – Read the rest of this review