New PDF release: Brothers at War (Empire of the Moghul, Book 2)
By Alex Rutherford
The second one enchanting installment in Alex Rutherford's Empire of the Moghul sequence. 1530, Agra, Northern India. Humayun, the newly-crowned moment Moghul Emperor, is a lucky guy. His father, Babur, has bequeathed him wealth, glory and an empire which stretches one thousand miles south from the Khyber move; he needs to now construct on his legacy, and make the Moghuls worthwhile in their forebear, Tamburlaine. yet, unbeknownst to him, Humayun is already in grave risk. His half-brothers are plotting opposed to him; they doubt that he has the energy, the desire, the brutality had to command the Moghul armies and make them still-greater glories. possibly they're correct. quickly Humayun should be locked in a bad conflict: not just for his crown, not just for his existence, yet for the lifestyles of the very empire itself. (less)
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My only reason for going there was to talk to last year's Chaurikharka teacher, whom Ed had liked, to see if he would return. The long uphill route was uncomfortable in the summer heat, but more disturbing was our difficulty finding a place to eat. The people in the first house we stopped at told us that they were Chhetris, and therefore we could not cook on their kitchen fire. After months of generous and unrestrained hospitality in the homes of the Sherpas, who had no apparent caste or food restrictions, this refusal was a shock, especially since we were suffering from the heat and were famished as well.
The next day we headed for Lobuche, a collection of two or three empty rock huts, where we made a fire to dry out after the morning's constant rain. We camped at a tiny pond called Gorak Shep. The next morning Ang Pemma and I threaded our way past and around the seracs and streams in the glacier until we reached the American base camp at about 17,500 feet, near the foot of the icefall. It was all there: in a blinding are stood the white flank of Nuptse, the great Lhotse face, the west ridge of Everest, the Lho La, and the shining silver ridge of Pumori.
September 17: Up till three in the morning catching up on correspondence, then up again at six and to the embassy for breakfast and breaking camp. The three trucks arrived on schedule at seven, and by about half past eight we were loaded up and under way. The convoy moved off, some of us in jeeps of friends and well-wishers who came along to watch the show, some on the tops of trucks. I cleared us through the Sanga checkpost easily, then on to Banepa with only minor hitches, such as boiling radiators.
Brothers at War (Empire of the Moghul, Book 2) by Alex Rutherford