THE THREE PALLADINS: Henry Lamb 1977 1st Edition Donald M.Grant
THE THREE PALLADINS
1977 1st Edition
Donald M.Grant Publishers
Illustrated By Cathy Hill
The Three Palladins is a novel of historical fiction by Harold Lamb. It was first published in book form in 1977 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in an edition of 1,350 copies, which is what we have here. The novel originally appeared in the magazine Adventure in 1923.
The novel is an adventure story about the rise of Genghis Khan and the fabled kingdom of Prester John.
Harold Lamb's marvelous historical biographies of Genghis Khan, Alexander, and Hannibal have been best sellers for decades. His fiction -- great high adventure sometimes blended with modest elements of fantasy -- is a delight for the reader.The Three Palladins is a novel of Temujin, who became the Great Khan, and his palladins -- his warrior heroes -- in a day of the sword. Originating, and returning to its climax in the courts of Cathay, here are high adventures that move across the mysterious and mighty Asiatic continent.
The palladins are led close to the "roof of the world" to fabled Tangut, land of fertile fields, blue lakes, and the black walls of the castle of the magician, Prester John of Asia.
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