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A little dry, and probably a lot of text lost in translation. Buy Ibn Batttah.Published 28 days ago by Bradin
I read this book many years ago, so my review will be sketchy.
Marco Polo left for the far East, traveled around and came back. Read more
This is more about his travels rather than his personal experiences. I have read novels about his experiences which were much more interesting than just the travelogue that this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jay
I liked this book because it did a good job detailing different peoples and cultures. However it would have been better with a lot more editorial notes so that I could have knows... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trainman95630
I've seen so many documentaries about Marco Polo, so I was hoping the book would be much better. It wasn't.Published 2 months ago by Roger K
This is simply MUST reading for any China fan. And perhaps he never made it to the middle kingdom..read and judge for yourself. No Great Wall, no chopsticks??? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dr. Les Sutter
I know this is supposed to be non-fiction book, but it reads like a fiction book. Either way, it is a great book for anyone curious about the world in those days, especially those... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Benjamin Monnig
The text talks about illustrations. hardly anyof them show in the Kindle version.
Interesting although the author's (should say the compiler's) comments are more... Read more
As a historical document this book has as much credibility as a McDonalds placemat. Anyone looking for insight into the Middle-East and Asia 800 years ago ought to look elsewhere. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Inspector Gadget