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5.0 out of 5 stars Sora is on fire, 14 Feb 2012
This review is from: The Lost Colony of the Templars: Verrazano's Secret Mission to America (Paperback)
Having been charmed by the many brilliant legends that surround the Knights Templar, and having read Steven Sora's debut work on Oak Island, I was very keen to check out The Lost Colony.

Proof that certain elements of the Knights Templar survived their persecution in 1307 have long been known to many historians, though many choose to discard such theories without further examination. Steven Sora, not for the first time, illustrates a rare ability to see what many other historians cannot. Approaching his work with a balanced agenda, he sets to trace the history of the Knights Templar right through to their excommunication before setting out to trace the history of the order since. Like many speculative Templar theories, much is centred on North America, citing locations such as the Newport Tower as part of the lost colony, but Sora's eye for detail and willingness not to be swayed by previous investigations make this a far more unique study than some other Templar continuation books on the market.

Until undeniable proof comes to light confirming beyond all doubt that the order of the Templars survived, many historians will continue to disregard books as these. For the open-minded, however, Sora's work is one of the most well-researched, enthralling and entertaining books on the market. Recommended for Templar enthusiasts.
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