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A must for Rennes-le-Château fans
on 2 July 2008
This book has a strange quirky literary style which I think comes from it being translated from French but after a while you start to enjoy its sentimentality. If you have read The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln (I TOTALLY RECOMMEND and which indeed referred this title and the reason why I read it) this book is a must and fills in quite a few gaps in the the life of Bérenger Saunier the Curé of Rennes-le-Château and is a really clever interpretation of his life and his church... and of course the Visigoth treasure that it assumes. He invites you to follow his trail but warns of the danger that anyone going looking for it faces. A really inciteful read.