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5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing but the key is wanting. . . and here it is. . .
Quite simply, this book is excellent.
Not only is it a fantastic resource for fans of Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code who are eager to get a sneak preview into the next book, The Solomon Key, but it also stands up as a fascinating book in its own right.
Greg Taylor has packed this book full of information and every page holds your attention. The author clearly...
Published on 24 Jan. 2005 by argo_nought

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take a read of it, its interesting,some interesting thoughts,its fairly good for Dan brown fans.,take with a pinch of salt
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing but the key is wanting. . . and here it is. . ., 24 Jan. 2005
This review is from: Da Vinci in America: Unlocking the Secrets of Dan Brown's the Solomon Key (Paperback)
Quite simply, this book is excellent.
Not only is it a fantastic resource for fans of Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code who are eager to get a sneak preview into the next book, The Solomon Key, but it also stands up as a fascinating book in its own right.
Greg Taylor has packed this book full of information and every page holds your attention. The author clearly possesses a wealth of knowledge on secret societies and in particular the secrets of the Founding Fathers of America, Freemasonry and the sacred layout of Washington D.C. Therefore, it is essential reading for anyone with even the slightest interest in hidden history and secret societies. You will not look at the world in quite the same way again after reading this!
A fantastic read - I finished it almost in one sitting. Riveting stuff.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rose Briers, 24 Aug. 2009
An excellent read if somewhat eager to go to print as Solomons Key is not the title of Dan Browns new book. I have no doubt though that it will have many connections. A good read in preparation for the book which comes out in September.
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3.0 out of 5 stars take a read, 6 Mar. 2013
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take a read of it, its interesting,some interesting thoughts,its fairly good for Dan brown fans.,take with a pinch of salt
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5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Clues for "The Solomon Key", 1 Mar. 2005
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Pauline Aksungur "pollyaksungur" (Adana, Turkey) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Da Vinci in America: Unlocking the Secrets of Dan Brown's the Solomon Key (Paperback)
When Dan Brown's new book "The Solomon Key" comes out we will find which of the clues that Greg Taylor gave will turn out to be correct. Will the Freemasons or the Rosicrusians be the secret society under investigation? And what role will the Jesuits or the Illumintati play in the book? Taylor gives the background history of these organizations as well. Thank you, Greg Taylor for this very interesting book and for the information you pass on to us on the Daily Grail as well.
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