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1227 CE, MONGOLIA. The greatest conqueror ever known is entombed with a terrifying weapon, a secret which can obliterate any enemy and bring the greatest nations to ruin. NOW, dark forces are gathering to possess what is in his grave to create a new world order… - Just as archaeologist Georgia Lee grapples with the earth-shattering consequences of her last expedition in Taiwa 1227 CE, MONGOLIA. The greatest conqueror ever known is entombed with a terrifying weapon, a secret which can obliterate any enemy and bring the greatest nations to ruin. NOW, dark forces are gathering to possess what is in his grave to create a new world order… - Just as archaeologist Georgia Lee grapples with the earth-shattering consequences of her last expedition in Taiwan, her life is once again thrown into chaos when she is called to examine an artefact containing vital clues to the undiscovered tomb of Genghis Khan, founder of the largest contiguous land empire in human history. What follows is a desperate race across the vast, infinite landscape of Mongolia to solve one of the greatest archaeological mysteries, and to thwart those who threaten to destroy the world as we know it. But to find the tomb, Georgia must first untangle the truth from the lies of what has been told of the Mongols and expose the real Golden Khan—the legend behind the mighty Mongol Empire. She must also fight to protect her own secrets from those who would kill to possess them. The Golden Khan is the sequel to A. H. Wang’s best-selling debut novel, The Imperial Alchemist, and the second book in the Georgia Lee Series. A seamless blend of fact and fiction that will have you guessing at every turn of the pages, this is an intelligent, daring, fast-paced thriller that will keep you up all night.


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1227 CE, MONGOLIA. The greatest conqueror ever known is entombed with a terrifying weapon, a secret which can obliterate any enemy and bring the greatest nations to ruin. NOW, dark forces are gathering to possess what is in his grave to create a new world order… - Just as archaeologist Georgia Lee grapples with the earth-shattering consequences of her last expedition in Taiwa 1227 CE, MONGOLIA. The greatest conqueror ever known is entombed with a terrifying weapon, a secret which can obliterate any enemy and bring the greatest nations to ruin. NOW, dark forces are gathering to possess what is in his grave to create a new world order… - Just as archaeologist Georgia Lee grapples with the earth-shattering consequences of her last expedition in Taiwan, her life is once again thrown into chaos when she is called to examine an artefact containing vital clues to the undiscovered tomb of Genghis Khan, founder of the largest contiguous land empire in human history. What follows is a desperate race across the vast, infinite landscape of Mongolia to solve one of the greatest archaeological mysteries, and to thwart those who threaten to destroy the world as we know it. But to find the tomb, Georgia must first untangle the truth from the lies of what has been told of the Mongols and expose the real Golden Khan—the legend behind the mighty Mongol Empire. She must also fight to protect her own secrets from those who would kill to possess them. The Golden Khan is the sequel to A. H. Wang’s best-selling debut novel, The Imperial Alchemist, and the second book in the Georgia Lee Series. A seamless blend of fact and fiction that will have you guessing at every turn of the pages, this is an intelligent, daring, fast-paced thriller that will keep you up all night.

30 review for The Golden Khan (Georgia Lee, #2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ida Umphers

    I really like the character of Georgia Lee. In so many books of this type, the male hero has women around, but here we have an interesting woman as the leading scholar and driver of the series. Just as in the first book, this is a great blend of action and historical tidbits that whetted my appetite to learn more about Genghis Khan and Mongolia, a fresh, new setting. This character and series continue to hold my interest and I look forward to seeing where we get to travel next with Georgia Lee a I really like the character of Georgia Lee. In so many books of this type, the male hero has women around, but here we have an interesting woman as the leading scholar and driver of the series. Just as in the first book, this is a great blend of action and historical tidbits that whetted my appetite to learn more about Genghis Khan and Mongolia, a fresh, new setting. This character and series continue to hold my interest and I look forward to seeing where we get to travel next with Georgia Lee and what historical figure we learn more about.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    This was an excellent sequel the The Imperial Alchemist, the first adventure of Georgia Lee. The Golden Khan brings us along an action packed adventure through Mongolia, while teaching us lesser known truths about Chinggis Khan and his accomplishments. I was excited to continue with Georgia Lee's character through another country, and am excited to see what comes next from author A.H. Wang! This was an excellent sequel the The Imperial Alchemist, the first adventure of Georgia Lee. The Golden Khan brings us along an action packed adventure through Mongolia, while teaching us lesser known truths about Chinggis Khan and his accomplishments. I was excited to continue with Georgia Lee's character through another country, and am excited to see what comes next from author A.H. Wang!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    *Slow Clap* Brilliant. I haven't read a book that has kept me burning the midnight oil in a long long time. I gave the first book in this series 4 stars and I can comfortably say that this latest addition far exceeds any expectation I had for a sequel. As they say, so many authors struggle with their sophomore offering but A.H. Wang has really nailed it. I have received this book as an ARC in return for an honest review. As expected, the second novel in the series continues on with Professor Georg *Slow Clap* Brilliant. I haven't read a book that has kept me burning the midnight oil in a long long time. I gave the first book in this series 4 stars and I can comfortably say that this latest addition far exceeds any expectation I had for a sequel. As they say, so many authors struggle with their sophomore offering but A.H. Wang has really nailed it. I have received this book as an ARC in return for an honest review. As expected, the second novel in the series continues on with Professor Georgia Lee's adventure. Georgia is a great character and I love how the the author depicts her as first and foremost a highly intelligent, brilliant, nerdy academic who just so happens to have a bit of beauty about her. The pacing of the novel is spot on. I felt that in the first book, the pacing was a little bit off. But in this latest offering, the author has really taken command of her storytelling abilities. From start to finish, I was on the edge. I do not recommend anyone starting this book at 9pm at night as you will have real difficulty putting it down. I feel that this book can easily be read as a stand alone novel. The author has given enough background information throughout the novel that details the important information from the first book. In saying that, you will have a more rewarding experience if you read the first book in the series! As with the first book, you can really see the research the author has done to write this novel. I almost felt as if I had been transported to Mongolia such were the vivid descriptions of the landscape, people and cultural traditions. It made me really want to travel to Mongolia and visit all the places described in the book! I loved the history side of the book and one of the reasons why I took a bit longer reading this book was because I was always getting caught on a side quest looking up Wikipedia articles about the Yuan Dynasty or Mongolian Shamanism etc etc. I felt that all the characters in the book were well fleshed out. I appreciated that the author really tried to give the side characters a voice which really helped expand their relationship with main characters. I particularly enjoyed one of our new main characters and the Star Wars-esque twist at the end. And talking about Star Wars - one of my favourite lines in the book is: "Love is your lightsaber. It is the only thing that wins in the end, the only thing that can transcend death." The conclusion of the novel was both satisfactory yet unexpected. I was actually anticipating perhaps the return of an old enemy but what the author has given us is much more cathartic and really makes me want to read the next book in the series as soon as possible. There is still so much I feel we do not know about Professor Georgia Lee and I think the author will really enjoy expanding on her main character in the next book. All in all, a terrific read for anyone interested in a fast-paced, well researched adventure-mystery with an amazingly intelligent and interesting female protagonist. Bravo!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maggi Nimmo

    There’s a new kid on the block, and she’s an amazing story teller. The first book in this series, the Imperial Alchemist follows the adventures of Professor Georgia Lee an archeologist hired to search for an ancient Chinese elixir. She is the quintessential heroine and she captured my imagination. The story was a page turning journey through great eons of Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese history as well as the lives of well drawn heroes and villeins. Part rollicking non stop adventure and in a la There’s a new kid on the block, and she’s an amazing story teller. The first book in this series, the Imperial Alchemist follows the adventures of Professor Georgia Lee an archeologist hired to search for an ancient Chinese elixir. She is the quintessential heroine and she captured my imagination. The story was a page turning journey through great eons of Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese history as well as the lives of well drawn heroes and villeins. Part rollicking non stop adventure and in a large part an psychological exploration of the depths of a complex heroine. The story completes itself but there is so much more. The second book with the same main character explores the ramifications and complications arising from the first book’s events. Even though I was really looking forward to reading The Golden Kahn I wasn't expecting it to be so enthralling. A story set within the Mongolian steppes and mountains. The descriptions of the landscape pulled my imagination along for a visual ride. A different set of ancillary characters each an archetype, expressively rendered, each character essential to the advancement of the plot. Again Professor Georgia Lee is searching for archeological relics and hidden histories. The inner press of anticipation as each unread page was turned kept me up at night. Part fantasy, part historical romance, part magical and definitely an adventure. I haven’t been as enthralled by a book(s) in years. A much needed mental and imaginative stretch. Sheer reading pleasure.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Cordray

    I received an advance copy of the book. Really enjoyed it. Archeological books are a favorite of mine and this one did not disappoint. It is the second in the Georgia Lee series and I truly hope that there will be many more to come. Characters are well thought out, history well explained well and a believable plot with a great ending. If you have not read this series I highly recommend it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Em

    Now I’m waiting for the third instalment! I would highly recommend this book! Having read The Imperial Alchemist, it was great to get reacquainted with Georgia Lee and develop a further understanding of her character. The story didn’t disappoint - pulling me in and keeping me gripped through twists and turns. Having no real prior knowledge of Mongolia, it was fascinating to read about the country and its rich cultural heritage. I was impressed with the level of research/knowledge at the foundatio Now I’m waiting for the third instalment! I would highly recommend this book! Having read The Imperial Alchemist, it was great to get reacquainted with Georgia Lee and develop a further understanding of her character. The story didn’t disappoint - pulling me in and keeping me gripped through twists and turns. Having no real prior knowledge of Mongolia, it was fascinating to read about the country and its rich cultural heritage. I was impressed with the level of research/knowledge at the foundation of this book and how this is relayed to the reader in such an engaging way. I loved the mix of adventure, romance and history. I’m already looking forward to the next Georgia Lee instalment!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Terry Fillis

    I started reading and couldn’t put it down. I know that is cliche but it had me hooked from the first chapter. The story line is believable and easy to follow. I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish.

  8. 5 out of 5

    L J Graham

    Travelogue, Thriller, Historical Novel This book is all of the above. Personally I would highly recommend reading the first book in the series - The Alchemist (which is also great value for money) before reading the Golden Khan. The first book lays the ground work for many of the characters and also the underlying story itself. I became so absorbed near the ending of The Golden Khan I was quite exhausted! Five stars!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Murphy

    I absolutely loved this book. I've been struggling to keep reading for quite a while now because of the pandemic, and this got me right back into the swing of things. The history in this book is brilliant, especially for a work of fiction, and you can really tell that the author did their research for this. I was intrigued by all of the characters, and particularly enjoyed actually getting to read something with varied female characters, who aren't two-dimensional, for once. There were some grea I absolutely loved this book. I've been struggling to keep reading for quite a while now because of the pandemic, and this got me right back into the swing of things. The history in this book is brilliant, especially for a work of fiction, and you can really tell that the author did their research for this. I was intrigued by all of the characters, and particularly enjoyed actually getting to read something with varied female characters, who aren't two-dimensional, for once. There were some great and genuinely unexpected plot twists, and some lovely storytelling throughout. I would definitely recommend this book, and I would say that this doesn't require a niche interest in a certain aspect of history as so many historical fiction novels do. Thoroughly enjoyed, and will certainly read again!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Quilting Tangent

    Mongolian Mystery Adventure to the Steppes of Mongolia in search of Chinggis (Ghenghis) Khan's tomb. Very, easy to read, fast paced action adventure with twists and turns that make for a wonderful, interesting story. Looking forward to more books about Georgia Lee. Mongolian Mystery Adventure to the Steppes of Mongolia in search of Chinggis (Ghenghis) Khan's tomb. Very, easy to read, fast paced action adventure with twists and turns that make for a wonderful, interesting story. Looking forward to more books about Georgia Lee.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    What an adventure! As good a book as I have read in years and an excellent follow up to the Imperial Alcehmist. My new favourite author! From the classrooms of Australia, we join Georgia on another adventure this time in Mongolia and wow, the detail and story are so fascinating, I can almost touch it. I loved the characters, old and new and following the development of each one is really a joy. I cannot wait for the next book! 5 stars !!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Susan van der Walt

    I have received this book as an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. The Golden Khan is the sequel to the popular The Imperial Alchemist. It can be read as a standalone novel, although it is better to read the books in order. Professor Georgia Lee has not even had a chance to recover from her previous adventure in Taiwan, when she received a call from her best friend, Ethan Sommers, asking for her help. Even though reluctant because of how their last encounter ended, Georgia canno I have received this book as an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. The Golden Khan is the sequel to the popular The Imperial Alchemist. It can be read as a standalone novel, although it is better to read the books in order. Professor Georgia Lee has not even had a chance to recover from her previous adventure in Taiwan, when she received a call from her best friend, Ethan Sommers, asking for her help. Even though reluctant because of how their last encounter ended, Georgia cannot refuse. Their friend Hiroshi Akiyama has disappeared. But not before giving Ethan the sulde or Spirit Banner left to him by his father. While investigating this object, they are attacked in his home, Ethan is kidnapped, but Georgia manages to escape with the sulde. Russian Dr Anya Mihailovich uses Ethan as a pawn to force Georgia to give her the sulde. But not before Georgia manages to record the writing on the Spirit Banner. “When the spirit and the seat of the Golden Khan are together again, Then shall the truth be revealed . . . “ -A. H. Wang. The Golden Khan (ARC) (Kindle Locations 1117-1118). Kindle Edition. One quote. Two determined women. Scientist against archaeologist. The race for the Secret History of the Mongols is on! Ruthless Dr Anya Mihailovich seems to always be one step ahead. Stealing the saddle of Genghis Khan (pronounce as Chinggis Khan) gives her another clue that Georgia is not privy to. But Georgia uses her knowledge and skills, extracting clues from the available (but cross-translated) history of the Mongols books. Both arriving in the Khentii National Park, but on different parts of the Khentii Mountain Range. The curse of Genghis Khan keeps on thwarting all of Anya’s efforts. The constant rain hinders her progress, eventually killing one of her comrades and she herself being pinned under a massive tree during a storm on the mountain. Georgia and Ben (a linguistic expert enlisted to help her), survive the storm by hiding in a crevice, find the Russian camp and recover the sulde. They locate the actual gravesite of the Khan emperors but are surprised by Lev, a Spetsnaz operative working with Anya. In the ensuing struggle, Ben gets shot, and Lev forces her to open and enter the gravesite. (view spoiler)[The corridor opens to a big chamber and the first thing Georgia smells is the scent she associated with the shamanic ritual she had to endure before she could enter the park. She is surprised by a faint, hollow hiss, and hear the Russian falling behind her, shot with a poison dart. She is met by Princess Naran and Queen Gerel (descendants of Genghis Khan, tasked with guarding the Secret History.) Because they recognized her as being immortal, just like Genghis Khan, they reveal the true story of the Mongols to her. When looking at the original copy of the book, they are surprised by Anya, who managed to free herself from the tree and climbing back up the mountain, with a gun she received from her father many years ago. Rather than handing over the book and its secrets, Gerel throws the book in the fire. Anya reached into the flames and hurls it out, but the book has already been destroyed Ready to take out her wrath on the older woman, Naran try to stop Anya, but are shot in the leg. Just to be surprised and knocked down by Georgia. (hide spoiler)] A.H Wang once again manages to spin an intricate tale of suspense, based on ancient history. Georgia must use all her knowledge and wit to decipher archaeological clues, always in a race against time to reach her goal before her enemies. And still having to hide her immortality, despite being wounded multiple times. What I love Georgia is a complex character. Brilliant when it comes to her work but avoiding emotions and confrontation. This leads to much anguish as she pushes away the people that care about her. Not being able to tell anyone about her immortality makes it even harder for her to share anything else. But through the story of Genghis Khan, she learns the importance of making amends instead of being consumed by hate and revenge. We can easily relate to her, since we all have our weaknesses, and often tend to push away the ones we love. What I did not love (view spoiler)[I hate the idea that Georgia’s friend Ethan dies in this sequel. Especially since Georgia never had a chance to make amends for the way she left the last time she saw him at his house. (hide spoiler)] But life is often like that, and even in stories, things do not always play out the way we want it to. Overall Assessment The author creates an intricate plot that draws the reader in from the beginning. She spins a fascinating story about Genghis Khan, one of the figures in history known as a great warrior. The two women (Anya and Georgia) chasing after the same goal creates suspense and have the reading rooting for Georgia with all the obstacles she must overcome. And all the time also having to conceal her immortality. All the clues that the women must decipher make sense and carries the narrative to its logical conclusion. The characters are well-developed and realistic, and readers can easily relate to Georgia, with all her flaws and weaknesses. Bottom line I loved this book and would recommend it to fans of Clive Cussler, Kevin Tumlinson and JC Ryan. I hope the story of Professor Georgia Lee and her exploits will continue and looking forward to reading another book in this series. Trigger Warnings Deity Swears, Violence, Death, Profanity, Violence You can also read more about the book on my blog: https://readorrot.com/the-golden-khan...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Denis Mcgrath

    Diminutive Professor Georgia Lee returns from her last hazardous asian archeological adventure searching for the “elixir of Life” to pursue the mysterious artefacts of the great warrior and leader Ghengis (Chingis) Khan. Of particular interest is his tomb and an original copy of the “Secret History of the Mongols.”'The book written in Mongolian marks the transition of the Mongolian Empire from an oral to a written tradition. The book may contain valuable insights of particular interest to world Diminutive Professor Georgia Lee returns from her last hazardous asian archeological adventure searching for the “elixir of Life” to pursue the mysterious artefacts of the great warrior and leader Ghengis (Chingis) Khan. Of particular interest is his tomb and an original copy of the “Secret History of the Mongols.”'The book written in Mongolian marks the transition of the Mongolian Empire from an oral to a written tradition. The book may contain valuable insights of particular interest to world powers. Ghengis was a masturfull tactician and the Mongols went as far as Russia in their conquests. Translations into Chinese have been redacted and only the personal details of the great leader are inluded. Both the tomb and the book are carefully guarded secrets which secret agentswoud like to obtain at any cost. Thus the novel opens with a bang and moves swiftly with armed conflict, murder, deception and violence and a hint of lustful sensousness. The author has done her homework and the historical facts and descriptions carefully match the Mongolian landscape and customs, except of course, where she develops her exciting fictional backdrop. Does she find the tomb? Yes. But you will lhave to read whom she meets and what she finds. You won’t be disappointed.

  14. 5 out of 5

    JBee

    In the Golden Khan the engaging main character Georgia Lee, a resilient and brilliant archeologist, continues her adventures into Mongolia. From the minute I started reading the Prologue I was immediately drawn into the story - due to the authors descriptions I actually felt as if I was close up in the story (but invisible) watching, feeling, smelling, sensing. The author explores more of who Georgia is in this book - and I started to get more of an understanding of who she is under her safe aca In the Golden Khan the engaging main character Georgia Lee, a resilient and brilliant archeologist, continues her adventures into Mongolia. From the minute I started reading the Prologue I was immediately drawn into the story - due to the authors descriptions I actually felt as if I was close up in the story (but invisible) watching, feeling, smelling, sensing. The author explores more of who Georgia is in this book - and I started to get more of an understanding of who she is under her safe academia presentation. She is carrying a lot of sadness and for good reason - but no spoilers here! Actual geographic locations, buildings, mongolian culture (for example a ‘spirit banner’ or ‘Sulde’ in Mongolian is important because?.......you gotta read the book to learn what this is!) as well as more Genghis Khan history is seamlessly woven into the story line. I learned so much about Mongolia! This is no fairy tale - there is some harshness in the telling (I.e. bullets and blood)- which is necessary I believe to the telling of the story. AND, I look forward to more Georgia adventures in the future (the story isn’t over yet!)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle Fair

    I was curiously waiting for this sequel and wanted to know if the author will keep the pace, plot and especially if she will be able to build on the previous story. And here we are. YES! I bought the book on December 24, 2020 and also the same day finished reading. :) Thank you for a beautiful fiction i spent a day with.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Don

    Loved, loved, loved it! Stayed up all night reading. I did not want to put it down. Ms. Wang has done it again. Fascinating history lesson mixed with lots of action makes a great read. Can’t wait for the next book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ming Suan Ong

    Received this as an ARC. Second book in the series and this time Georgia Lee is on the hunt for the tomb of Chinggis Khan. This story is a continuation of the first one so best to read that first before attempting this. I was very distracted at the beginning by the use of present tense which I really dislike. I feel it does not contribute much to the narrative and instead is very distracting unless if the author is highly competent in grammar. There were several portions where the tenses were al Received this as an ARC. Second book in the series and this time Georgia Lee is on the hunt for the tomb of Chinggis Khan. This story is a continuation of the first one so best to read that first before attempting this. I was very distracted at the beginning by the use of present tense which I really dislike. I feel it does not contribute much to the narrative and instead is very distracting unless if the author is highly competent in grammar. There were several portions where the tenses were all over the place and it really annoyed my pedantic soul and stole all enjoyment from the book. It got better as the story went along as either the author got into her groove or I managed to gloss over the jarring bits but for the love of God please abandon the present tense narrative for the next book! Otherwise the book is very competently written with nice pacing. Having gotten that out of my system I did enjoy this book. Again an easy and quick read - very much reminiscent of Matthew Reilly again, largely based in Mongolia which is a fascinating country. Surprising plot developments like the killing off of characters you wouldn’t expect. The romance aspect plays a slightly larger part in this book but is still largely peripheral to the main story (though this might change in the next book?)

  18. 4 out of 5

    DS Kane

    In the second installment of the Georgia Lee series, AH Wang explores the life and impacts of Chingas Khan and the country of Mongolia. I found the first book in the series to be a pure delight. While this episode isn't quite as exceptional, it is a worthy follow-on and well worth reading. As a thriller author myself (DS Kane's ten book Amazon bestselling Spies Lie series), I found the plot twists mind-jarring, but too abrupt. I learned as a writer to pre-present at least three clues to a twist In the second installment of the Georgia Lee series, AH Wang explores the life and impacts of Chingas Khan and the country of Mongolia. I found the first book in the series to be a pure delight. While this episode isn't quite as exceptional, it is a worthy follow-on and well worth reading. As a thriller author myself (DS Kane's ten book Amazon bestselling Spies Lie series), I found the plot twists mind-jarring, but too abrupt. I learned as a writer to pre-present at least three clues to a twist before dropping the twist, and Wang didn't do this. But this, in the larger scheme of things, is a very minor flaw. I will read further books in the series as Wang publishes them.

  19. 5 out of 5

    James

    Once again this second book of a series I hope will continue shows us exotic places, authentic, believable characters and plenty of action for those who need that storyline kick to keep them up all night. I strongly recommend that you read The Imperial Alchemist, the first book of this series first. It is equally enthralling, but many if the adventures in that first book are reiterated in this second. Both are well worth the read! In The Golden Kahn, unlike many unrealistic adventures, bullets a Once again this second book of a series I hope will continue shows us exotic places, authentic, believable characters and plenty of action for those who need that storyline kick to keep them up all night. I strongly recommend that you read The Imperial Alchemist, the first book of this series first. It is equally enthralling, but many if the adventures in that first book are reiterated in this second. Both are well worth the read! In The Golden Kahn, unlike many unrealistic adventures, bullets and even arrows (yes, Arrows!) actually cause damage to property and persons. The story, if anything, flies more smoothly than the initial book of the series. You will enjoy it!

  20. 4 out of 5

    BRT

    I may have enjoyed this book better than the first though most likely due to having become used to the mix of history, supernatural, and suspension of belief required to jump full tilt into the storyline. A bit more fast paced than the first, Georgia finds herself dealing with her sudden immortality and is thrown back in to another search for historical artifacts. The two books are more like a duology due to linking story lines, although enough background is given so that reading the first isn't I may have enjoyed this book better than the first though most likely due to having become used to the mix of history, supernatural, and suspension of belief required to jump full tilt into the storyline. A bit more fast paced than the first, Georgia finds herself dealing with her sudden immortality and is thrown back in to another search for historical artifacts. The two books are more like a duology due to linking story lines, although enough background is given so that reading the first isn't a requisite. It would give you a fuller understanding of the characters, however.

  21. 5 out of 5

    C.A. Knutsen

    Another exciting Georgia Lee Story Book two builds nicely on the foundation laid in the first book. The main character is faced with so much at the beginning of this story and she seems so alone that it's difficult to see how she's going to work her way through it all. The depth of her character continues to develop to help her. The resulting story is exciting and entertaining. Looking forward to the next book in the series. Another exciting Georgia Lee Story Book two builds nicely on the foundation laid in the first book. The main character is faced with so much at the beginning of this story and she seems so alone that it's difficult to see how she's going to work her way through it all. The depth of her character continues to develop to help her. The resulting story is exciting and entertaining. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    JoAnn Favitta

    great ending Didn't see a number of the twists and turns coming,especially the big one at the end.Love the logic and insights how archeologists put pieces together. Also enjoyed getting to know more about Mongol history and beliefs. Can't wait to see what happens next with Georgia great ending Didn't see a number of the twists and turns coming,especially the big one at the end.Love the logic and insights how archeologists put pieces together. Also enjoyed getting to know more about Mongol history and beliefs. Can't wait to see what happens next with Georgia

  23. 5 out of 5

    Renata Solski

    A fun read A very good read. Lots of action and adventure. An interesting developed female protagonist. I'd recommend this to any historical fiction buff. A fun read A very good read. Lots of action and adventure. An interesting developed female protagonist. I'd recommend this to any historical fiction buff.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Debra Talbert

    What a wonderful book! Both the story and the characters are beautifully developed. A perfect blend of thriller, historical context. As the continuation of The Imperial Alchemist, it takes lead character and the story to the next level, and although the ending hints at a third installment (Happy!), the conclusion is very satisfying.

  25. 5 out of 5

    sean murphy

    Really enjoyed it. Can't wait for the next one! Really enjoyed it. Can't wait for the next one!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Theodore E Ballin

    Intriguing story. Now I'll have to investigate further. Intriguing story. Now I'll have to investigate further.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Una

    Completely hooked again.... can't wait for the next one 📖😀 Completely hooked again.... can't wait for the next one 📖😀

  28. 5 out of 5

    Simon Pert

    Absolutely loved this book, from the very start to the final page. Great to be back in the company of Georgia Lee and already cannot wait for the next book in the series. Highly recommend.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Brian Albright

  30. 5 out of 5

    james w. sharp

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