I appreciated this book, not just as an exciting historical thriller (akin to Da Vinci Code and it’s many spawn), but for taking the issues of faith and religion a step further in this book. Unlike Da Vinci Code, here we have a character who is a member of the faith the supposed Templar secret could tear asunder. A character who expresses an outrage akin to what I felt when I read Da Vinci Code and it dropped its supposed “truth” on me about Jesus. And I really appreciated that.Or maybe it’s because I’ve already coped with the supposed “truths” that Da Vinci Code claims, or I’ve grown and matured or I’m just crazy.
This is a really exciting book and an excellent read.