Very interesting, follows history in a linear progression which makes it easier for the listener to follow along.
The start of the audiobook presented itself kind of like a mystery, who were the Sea People? and did they brought down the empires from the ancient past?
The last chapters explains how the demise of the empires probably occurred, which had me thinking of my own theories throughout the audio book.
I'm a driver and I listen to Audio books while I drive, so its pretty hard to listen in one sitting but its pretty engaging.
So far its one of my favorite Audio Books, I've already heard it twice already. I had very little knowledge of the Period and of the empires mentioned but now I have a better understanding. Highly recommend this Audio Book for people that have limited knowledge of the time period covered, The author gives many archaeological facts about the sites uncovered that makes you feel like if he was their!!!! The narrator is clear and easy to follow.
Great audiobook learned a lot, so many facts and details yet easy to digest that I want to hear the audiobook again!
The specific details regarding the Life of Genghis Khan and the struggles he faced in he's early childhood were my favorite. Also the invasion of eastern Europe and meticulous preparations the Mongols approach to warfare.
The Narrator provides a clear and outstanding narration, and the author provides a rich documentary about the life Of Genghis Khan, the Mongol race and of the events that occurred at the time and the shaping of Euoro-Asia. Highly recommend The Audiobook to anyone who has an interest in History and learn about the secret history of the Mongol Empire.
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