by Bryn Hammond
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In the steppes of High Asia, the year 1188…
Aged twenty, Temujin has been named Tchingis, khan over the Mongols. But only a third of his people accept a kingship based on dreams and omens. His own sworn brother Jamuqa challenges his title, and comes in the guise of a mock king against him.
Are dreams and omens enough to unify the peoples of the steppe? What makes a true king?