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Unholy Grail

3.23  ·  Rating Details ·  79 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
A series of French articles-supposedly based on the writings of Jesus's brother James-has revealed that the descendants of Christ exist to this very day.

Now, one man has taken the name of the archangel Gabriel and has embarked on a quest to protect Christianity's innocence by eliminating all who could expose the secrets of the gospel-and its connection to the Holy Grail.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 3rd 2007 by Berkley (first published March 1st 2007)
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Jul 18, 2008 Melissa rated it liked it
Recommended to Melissa by: my new book club
It would be unfair to simply call Unholy Grail a Da Vinci Code style book. The characters and the research behind the different myths surrounding the grail are far superior to Dan Brown's bestseller. Also, Wilson's balances viewpoints through his two main characters: a Jesuit priest and a skeptical academic. It is a quick paced thriller with short chapters. If you enjoyed The Da Vinci Code, you'll love Unholy Grail.
Sep 03, 2015 Don rated it liked it
For the most part, a fun read. The coincidences in the last part of the book were a bit much. Having read "Holy Blood, Holy Grail", the premise of the story was familiar. Unfortunately the author used a Dan Brown strategy for bring his story to resolution and thereby lost me.
Jan 03, 2014 Francis rated it it was ok
El libro en un principio es bastante cautivador, algo parecido al codigo da vinci,pero pienso con un poco de contenidos. Lamentable el final no me gusto para nada.
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Apr 03, 2016 Mike Oconnor rated it liked it
This book was okay but way to close to all the other books of this genre, particularly the DaVinci Code. If you have read the DaVinci Code then you have read this book.
Jun 22, 2008 Amyrbailey rated it it was ok
This wants to be the DaVinci Code, but it's not. Stilted dialogue runs throughout, making it painful to read. The end was clear from the beginning; I hate that.
Ann Michael
Jul 09, 2008 Ann Michael rated it liked it
summer reading. Not bad as such things go. Better than its Dan Brown inspiration.
Jamie Saloff
Dec 01, 2007 Jamie Saloff rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: fans of Da Vinci Code
If you're a fan of the popular religious thrillers that are all the rage right now, you'll want to add this one to your collection.
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D. L. Wilson is the author of the National Bestselling thriller, UNHOLY GRAIL (Berkley Books) which reached #9 and #8 on the Nielsen National Bookscan ratings behind Nicholas Sparks and Stephen King. Clive Cussler says UNHOLY GRAIL is "A tale rich with intrigue that grips the imagination. A must read." Wilson is a member of the board and VP Membership of the International Thriller Writers and a me ...more
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