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This review is from: The Last Templar (Paperback)
No really, this was rubbish. It was like the author was writing the book simply to sell his idea to a Hollywood producer of crappy straight-to-DVD movies.
The characters were so thinly described as to be almost invisible, except when their motivations are suddenly laid on with a trowel to justify some upcoming decision -- one that would be laughable otherwise. The plot is very straightforward, and to say that you have to suspend your disbelief is a massive understatement. I will give him one thing though - the author knows his guns. Never is a pistol a pistol, it's always a 'Browning high-power' or somesuch.