Arslan by M. J. Engh

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Arslan is a young Asian general who conquers the world in a week without firing a shot and shortly thereafter sets up his headquarters in a small town in Illinois.

A masterpiece of political science fiction and a book to challenge such works as Ursula K. LeGuin's The Dispossessed, Arslan is a book that others are now measured against. "It's about fathers and sons, about power, about a genuinely ruthless (but not unfeeling) mind in pursuit of a practical solution to the world's problems." So M. J. Engh describes Arslan. This is a novel of power and depth that is unforgettable.

About M. J. Engh

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M. J. Engh lives in Pullman, Washington.
Published May 1, 1987 by Arbor House Pub Co. 296 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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