He Who Goes First

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About the author:
Kevin J. Curtis has a BA in English from the University of Minnesota. A lifetime writer, Kevin writes music, poetry, short stories and has three novels and a beer making book to his credit. Curtis lives in Minnesota with his wife Neng and son Grayson. He works for a nonprofit educational software company. Kevin also volunteers as a park ranger in the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

He Who Goes First
 

Authored by Kevin J. Curtis
Edition: 2

This is the story of a Mongol warrior who lived during Jenghiz Khan's empire. It is a new look at a frequently misunderstood culture and history. The participants are not bound by ideals of what is good or bad. Like their ancestor the wolf, they do not act out of cruelty or mercy. They live by a natural law, which has been lost on modern society. To judge them in the midst of our politically correct, industrialized world is like trying to convince a caveman of the merits of having a personal computer.

Jenghiz Khan was perhaps the most brilliant uneducated man in history. He was a master of human nature. The men who helped him create his empire, like He-Who-Goes-First, were making their lives from the "raw materials" of the times they lived in. The warrior in this story struggles with his spirituality and his role as a soldier.


Publication Date:
2012-11-30
ISBN/EAN13:
1481122665 / 9781481122665
Page Count:
212
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical / General




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