This is the site of the writer and historian Murad Adji
whom you know by the books on history and culture of the
Turkic world and the Great Steppe. His books “Wormwood of
the Polovets Field” and “Europa's Asia” evoked wide
response: people were either mocking without reasons or
were really delighted. “The Kipchaks” and “The Kipchaks
and the Oguz” which followed quickly became a
“bibliographical rarity”. Reprint of “Wormwood of the
Polovets Field” and “Europa's Asia” (“Europe. The Turki.
The Great Steppe”) did not satisfy the demand. It was
quite the contrary.
Thus a new arouse: to launch a site and allow the readers
not able to buy the books to familiarize themselves with
their contents. At first extracts from the books will be
placed here; later books will be available in full.
The series is opened by the new book by Murad Adji “The
Turki and the World: The Secret Story” published in 2004.
In his creativity it is like the new peak conquered by
him. The highest and the most difficult one. It is likely
that not everybody will understand it; it is only for the
initiated – for connoisseurs of thoughts and words. The
epigraph of this book is for them: “The Sky knows, the
Earth knows, you know, I know – who said nobody knows?”