Battle of Xiangyang by Wu Wei

Battle of Xiangyang

byWu Wei

Kobo ebook | February 1, 2015

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In the late Southern Song Dynasty, a powerful minister Jia Si deceived the emperor internally and sued for peace to external imperialism. The ancient Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan aimed at ruling the world. He took the Sichuan as the west route of main battlefield and decided to break through Xiangyang in middle route. Since the third year of Jingding (1262), the ancient Mongolia tried underhanded ways to attack Xiangyang, however, the emperor and ministers of Southern Song even were unaware of this dangerous situation. In the fourth year of Xianchun (1268), a murder case occurred in Laolong Embankment of Xiangyang. Many characters of all forms showed up. Trying to design traps and attempt murder, these characters will bring us a whimsical atmosphere. When you unmask the truth, you will find a crisis-ridden story.

Title:Battle of XiangyangFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 1, 2015Publisher:China Democracy and Legal System Publishing House

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:7516207705

ISBN - 13:9787516207703

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