The Horse Lord is the prelude to the Riders of the North series. Teo is the first Horse Lord in living memory, and a young warrior who has a tough choice to make and a vision to build. The Riders of the North are the historic protectors of Capricorn, their culture is one of meritocracy and equality; the young men and women must prove themselves, in the field, to gain their place in the Pride. So ride along with Teo, Abdul, Matas, Nicholas, and Aled to uncover the mystery and the majesty of the far flung Northern province.
"Through Persia on a Side-Saddle" is a notable travelogue of the first recorded land journey of a western woman from the Caspian Sea to India. With a keen eye toward the lives of women she encountered on her way, Sykes wrote a detailed account of an adventure that no other woman had experienced. The freshness of her observations comes through in her fluid and empathetic style. Starting her observations with the preparations in London, Sykes takes the reader on a lavishly descriptive journey of a world that no longer exists.Tracing her route to Tehran, she offers a full disclosure of her experiences in the capital of Persia. From there the reader is taken along to India and back to Tehran, and eventually, London. Giving a woman's perspective on an ancient center civilization, this volume proudly joins the "Gorgias Historic Travels in the Cradle of Civilization" series. Ella Constance Sykes (d 1939) was a world traveler and the first female member of the Geographical Society. She was also a member of the Central Asian Society and served as secretary to the Royal Asiatic Society. She traveled widely with her brother, Sir Percy Sykes, on his diplomatic missions in central Asia. She was the first western woman known to have ridden from the Caspian Sea to India.
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