Silk Roads is a book of world history that promises to take non-euro-centric view on world history. Specially it emphasize importance of Middle East and Central Asia.
I think this book doesn’t quite deliver what it promises. It’s a good history book, but it does have quite Europe-centric view and it basically skips for example Chinese history, which I would expect to hear something based on books name. Focus is on history of European colonialism, Middle East and Central Asia.
People interested in middle eastern and Central Asian history.