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The Templar Legacy by Steve Berry
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Feb 06, 2010

really liked it

A wonderful and fast moving book filled with twists and turns from beginning to end. The characters developed are complex and all hold secrets just waiting to be discovered. The massive amount of history is impressive and the story line reminds me of a "National Treasure" movie.
Now, with that being said, I did not give it a 5 star rating due to the fact that the author sometimes went off on tangents, using large words that you would need a Phd to understand. There also are weird pieces of text which don't fit into the story at the beginning, but by the end you will understand why they were placed there.
A lot of readers will be angry about some of the ideas placed about Christianity within the book. The idea of Jesus's crucifixion and ressurection are questioned, but he doen't push it down your throats. You can quite easily read the book without paying attention to these facts and enjoy the wonderfully crafted story. Highly recommended for those who love mystery, history, lost treasure, and suspense.

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