By Antoine Ozanam and Antoine Carrion

A child is born in an ancient and distant land, celebrated by the shaman Ozbeg who senses the spirit of greatness inside him. Orphaned at birth, the shaman takes the boy in and names him Temudjin in anticipation of the man he is destined to become. But first, he must be guided and trained to listen to the spirits of nature around him, for one day, he will lead the Mongol clans to glory as the reborn Genghis Khan.

A lush, lyrical, almost operatic fantasy speculating on the lineage and legacy of the first Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. Filled with mysticism and surreal visions, this grand epic takes on a dreamlike quality infused with just enough ties to real history to ground the setting.