Een Mongoolse jongeman, de latere Djenghis Khan, wordt na de moord op zijn vader door zijn familie verbannen. Op de steppe overleeft hij tegen de verwachting in en weet zelfs vele mensen aan zich te binden.
Connor Iggulden (; born (1971-02-24)24 February 1971) is a British author who writes historical fiction, most notably the Emperor series and Conqueror series. He also co-authored The Dangerous Book for Boys along with his brother Hal Iggulden. In 2007, Iggulden became the first person to top the UK fiction and non-fiction charts at the same time.
Born in 1971 to an English father (who was an RAF pilot during the Second World War, ) and Irish mother (whose grandfather was a seanchaí). He went to Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Primary in Ruislip, Middlesex, then attended St Martins School in Northwood, before moving on to Merchant Taylors' School. He then went to St Dominic's Sixth Form College, before he studied English at the University of London, and went on to teach the subject for seven years, becoming head of the English depart…Read more on Wikipedia