Time's Eye - Part Four, The Confluence of History: Chapters 31 & 32 Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, The Confluence of History: Chapters 31 & 32 Summary

Once Genghis Khan has established his base camp, Koyla retrieves the ham radio gear and secretly sets it up. He contacts Casey, and for thirty minutes he nervously relays all the information he can about Khan and his approaching army. When Sable catches him, she is angry and accuses him of treason. Two Mongol guards then smash the ham radio to pieces.

Alexander is determined to oppose the Mongols, wanting to build instead of destroy their new world, and he sends out a party of envoys to open a meeting of the minds with Genghis Khan and his people. He hopes for peace, but knows he must prepare for war. A council is held, during which they discuss ways to fend off an attack. Abdikadir suggest the implementation of stirrups for...

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