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The Templar Legacy - Steve Berry
The Templar Legacy
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Nice winter reading! The templar legacy. Great gift for yourself or a friend.
Nice winter reading! The templar legacy. Great gift for yourself or a friend.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780345476166 (0345476166)
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 482
Edition language: English
Series: Cotton Malone (#1)
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Linda Hilton
Linda Hilton rated it
4.0 Reading progress update: I've read 475 out of 475 pages.
I wasn't quite prepared to give ths four stars, but it was better than 3.5. If there had been a 3.75,, that would have been perfect. The plot is nicely complex, with several unexpected twists and turns. Again, it's easily compared to Dan Brown's blockbuster The DaVinci Code, but this is by far t...
bestwineforlast rated it
4.0 The Templar Legacy
I thought the book was good, held my attention, and kept me guessing. I thought it was well researched, but since there was no roving reporters, internet, video cameras or cell phones centuries ago we rely on documents written by whoever was paying to have them written, and naturally if King Phillip...
Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it
Just average, and it's partly my fault because I was expecting the novel to take off story wise quicker than it did......and in the meantime I was subjected to massive historical facts (which I applaud Berry's research on) where I was more in the mood for character and plot development. The ending s...
The Never-Ending Bookshelf
The Never-Ending Bookshelf rated it
3.0 The Templar Legacy
This was a good book. I was interested enough to read through it fairly quickly and liked the plot. The Templar's appear in a number of books and it is always interesting to me to see how each author changes the tales and creates new endings. I liked the surprises throughout the book that kept th...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
2.0 The Templar Legacy: A Novel
This reads like a The Da Vinci Code rip-off, although I actually have to rate Berry's novel higher, because, unlike the case with Brown's book, the writing isn't eye-bleeding and the history isn't obviously sloppy in ways I can't miss. This seems well-researched and much better grounded in history ...
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