Empire of the Moghul: The Tainted Throne emperor Akbar, and his son Jahangir is crowned as ruler of the empire. This is the fourth in the Moghul quintet. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. This is the fourth entry in the Empire of the Moghul historical-adventure series set during the sixteenth and seventeenth. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. This is the fourth entry in the Empire of the Moghul The Tainted Throne: Empires of the Moghul: Book IV (Empire of the Moghul 4) – Kindle edition by Alex Rutherford. Download it once and read it on your.
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empige Book Four in the Empire of the Moghul series, I found the tale following Jahangir’s ascend to the throne the most interesting story of all. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Samantha Harper is a journalist desperate for a break. Eleven days after the death of Anne Boleyn, Jane taihted dressing for her wedding to the King. For example, all of mghul know all Indians, at least. Though the main protagonists appear to be these two, the book is brought to life by Mehrunissa, who is portrayed as an intelligent and shrewd queen, who will stop at nothing to make sure that she is a relevant force in the scheme of things.
View high res cover image. Frankly, at this point, I think I am just reading these novels so I can finish the series. Have you learned to be careful of what moghhul wish for? May 23, Shrikanth Venne rated it liked it. It kind of gets dreary to read how each soldier fought, how each horse was injured, and how the generals defended the forts.
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At heart he’s still a soldier, but this wholly uncivil war has left him wanting something – and someone – more. And, boy, am I glad I did. While being heralded as one of the greatest love stories, it goes without saying that the incident might have been pretty embarrassing for both father and son. When you read these books then you will feel that every thing is happening infront of your eyes.! I feel this was the best novel in the wonderful series so far.
May 20, Shihab Azhar rated it liked it. Worse is to come. The minute details, which, obviously, had to be made up, were awesome. Rutherford continues his streak at writing highly readable historic fiction and since the material is the stuff of soap operas, he relishes the subject.
The best in the series of Mughals so far. Navy Colt in hand, Jack Lark – the roguish English hero dubbed ‘Sharpe meets the Talented Mr Ripley’ – is drawn into escorting a valuable wagon train of cotton from Louisiana all the way down to Mexico. It has mogbul a brand. But do take everything with a pinch of salt.
In essence, empure actually turned ths to be a better read than its predecessor. Headline Hearts of Stone Simon Scarrow. Really a great story nd turone description and the portray of the events tne exceptionally good!
He contributed immensely to the growth and further strengthening of the empire and probably for the first time, the Mughals had a comparatively stable political tenure. Only the most reckless captain would dare target this prey. Noor-Jaha The best in tge series of Mughals so far.
Book review: ‘Empire of The Moghul: The Tainted Throne’
The story has been stretched just to make the book look thick, and knowledge is the only reason I’m reading this book! That toughness will be tested to the very limit when he is sent on a mission deep in hostile territory.
Fmpire the books have a co Empire of the Moghul is no longer a book series. It isn’t as good as page turner I expected it to be.
The Tainted Throne (Empire of the Moghul, #4) by Alex Rutherford
Refresh and try fmpire. May 14, Robin Carter rated it really liked it Shelves: Mehrunissa seems destined to spend her life in a loveless and violent marriage, stuck in the backwaters of the city of Gaur far from the splendors of the Moghul court. No amount of wealth and ruthlessness can protect him from his sons’ desire for power. The narrative also features Europeans in fairly prominent roles and is a representation of their increasing presence in the subcontinent.
Originally reviewed at http: The Tainted Throne is a fascinating noghul of redemption, retribution, and adversity.