The Last Pope Paperback – 20 Jun 2013
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About the Author
Robert Howells is an author and researcher specialising in religions, secret societies and symbolism. He has investigated esoteric and historic mysteries for the past 20 years. His first major book, Inside the Priory of Sion, was first published in 2011.
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I'm shocked to see this book is published by Watkins, which used to be a reputable publishing company. Evidently it has lost its way, as has Mr. Howells.
While I enjoy speculative books, they should be backed up by research and by common general knowledge, as, for example the Holy Grail book series was.
This book is both ignorant and shallow, and not researched at all. Don't bother with it.
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As a 'Cradle Catholic,' I found this book difficult to read on an intellectual level. While I could see the author's conclusions - I truly didn't want to see them! Do not think this book is all doom and gloom however. Mr. Howell has left the door open to many interpretations of the meaning of the end of the Catholic church. The reader is definitely encouraged to draw his/her own conclusions.
I rated this book 4 stars because of the excellent research displayed, and the author's ability to convey it in terms I could understand - there is a definite re-reading potential. The book starts slowly, however, with a lot of detail on the definition and history of prophecy - be warned.
*I received my copy from NetGalley.Com in exchange for an honest review.