Time's Eye - Part Four, The Confluence of History: Chapters 27 & 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, The Confluence of History: Chapters 27 & 28 Summary

Three weeks into the march, Eumenes tells the "moderns" that the scouts have come across an inhabited village. Bisesa, Josh, Ruddy and a squad of soldiers go to investigate and find they are likely from the Stone Age. Everything they use comes from the sea. A Macedonian refers to them as fish-eaters, and Bisesa recognizes the archaeological significance, recording as much as possible. One eye watches them come and go.

Koyla and Sable cross the edge of the Gobi desert with Khan and his army. They head through the Altai Mountains, and finally arrive at Kyrgyzstan. The Mongols go ahead to gather intelligence. The city of Bishkek has water mills and factories, but no electricity. They are greeted as they approach by some of the citizens and Koyla tries to convince...

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