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Until the Sun Falls

£24.99

Product description

Published in 1968 this book is in good condition. The only issue with it is that it has minor foxing on the edges of the pages. The jacket is in fair condition. It has some wear and tear to it and some discoloration. Inside the front cover is the previous owner's name plate.

About the book:
The background to this novel.

In 1227 Genghis Khan died, leaving an empire that stretched from the Caucasus to the East China Sea. He left as his heir to the title of high king his third son, Ogotai. The western portion of his holdings fell to the son of his eldest son; this grandson, Batu, immediately laid plans for an invasion of Russia and whatever lay west.

Item details

Author(s):
Celia Holland
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24x16.5cms
Edition:
First British Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
491
Publisher:
Hodder and Stoughton
Title:
Until the Sun Falls

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About this item

Published in 1968 this book is in good condition. The only issue with it is that it has minor foxing on the edges of the pages. The jacket is in fair condition. It has some wear and tear to it and some discoloration. Inside the front cover is the previous owner's name plate.

About the book:
The background to this novel.

In 1227 Genghis Khan died, leaving an empire that stretched from the Caucasus to the East China Sea. He left as his heir to the title of high king his third son, Ogotai. The western portion of his holdings fell to the son of his eldest son; this grandson, Batu, immediately laid plans for an invasion of Russia and whatever lay west.

Author(s):
Celia Holland
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
24x16.5cms
Edition:
First British Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
491
Publisher:
Hodder and Stoughton
Title:
Until the Sun Falls

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