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on 6 August 2014
the bible , books by graham phillips, books by lawrence gardner...and loads more i've read them all and enjoyed them ...but this is a special book i couldn't put it down once i read the first few pages.. it wont be for you if you are just starting on a quest ..its best left as a cherry on top. the message of jesus is the most important thing...he is your brother in god..as is your inheritance (daughter christs also). this book will enhance your belief.... but you may view church going with less enthuiasm ( i believe in god not church going but if its your thing i am happy for you). you may find this book was written especially for you a case of " for your eyes only" . the bible is full of juicy numbers and phrases....but god didn't put all knowledge in one book. .go be a reading pilgrim ....read the gospels that some thought didn't fit the bill.. mary phillip etc . study a bit of other faiths .my own happy path is redindianchristian. i found no joy in church going and god sent to the native americans for healing and teaching and it was just the spark i needed to start my my spiritual journey home..and no matter what anybody tells you ...THE KINGDOM OF GOD IS WITHIN YOU. thank you michael baigent i really enjoyed your book....it really was like comparing notes with someone on the same wavelength and thank GOD foe everything ....love from your brother M
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on 23 April 2012
If your thinking of buying this book for the next exciting chapter of The Bloodline Of Jesus & The Holy Grail... Then this book isn't for you...

With over 20 years + more research than The Holy Blood & The Holy Grail, the author provides next to nothing new on the subject... The author waffles on for nearly the entire book going off on various tangents telling the reader of his travels around the world that have no real relevance to the story itself... It actually got quite boring... If I wanted to know about the authors travels I'd check out his Facebook page...

Then eventually when you get to "The Jesus Pages"... Its about 10 pages of the book, if that... & there is no evidence whatsoever to say that they are what they say they are... It was just deflating...

In short this book has a few interesting points, but none that haven't been covered already... The book is very long winded & doesn't flow very well at all... Then when you get to the juicy bit, you find out that it isn't very juicy at all... & as far as "Exposing the Greatest Cover-up in History"... The only thing the book exposes is how silly the author is in thinking that he has done that...
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on 28 July 2017
Michael Baigent's scholarship is to be applauded. He is certainly a sincere writer. Occasionally I felt that he went away from the mark, but generally this book is a fine insight into the history of Jesus and his link to more ancient spirituality.
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on 6 April 2018
Tedious
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on 29 January 2018
If your brain hurts through thinking , don't buy this book.
It's a mind set changer, a provocative gem.
Fake news now, fake news then !
Ego, power & greed never leaves us.
Great book
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on 16 March 2014
Ok ish in parts but just conjecture and little substance for me. It doesn't try to explain any cover up nor does it really expose it?

One for the fans of Grail lore or the conspiracy theorist in your life, not the casual reader
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on 20 October 2012
For anyone reading Michael Baigent for the first time this could be a very good choice - highly informative and thought-provoking. However, I'm familiar with his earlier work and in this book he brings nothing new to the table. A few vague and tenuous references to evidence that can't be substantiated - I don't think there was a book in this and I believe I've wasted my time and money.
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on 14 December 2017
Excellent. Great service
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on 17 February 2013
A good read, but give yourself plenty of undistracted time to take in and consider the theories put forwarded in here.
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on 17 September 2014
excellent very interesting book
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