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The Templar Salvation Mass Market Paperback – Jul 26 2011

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 592 pages
  • Publisher: Signet; Reprint edition (July 26 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780451234278
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451234278
  • ASIN: 0451234278
  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 3.3 x 19.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 340 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #190,181 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Raymond Khoury...sets the pace for a series of high-adrenalin stunts...Non-stop action" -- Peter Millar THE TIMES "A fast-moving story that becomes a good as Dan Brown" THE AMERICAN "THE TEMPLAR SALVATION is the rousing, fast-pased follow-up to the best-selling THE LAST TEMPLAR" CHOICE --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Raymond Khoury is the bestselling author of The Last Templar and The Sanctuary. An acclaimed screenwriter and producer for both television and film, he lives in London with his family.

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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful
Outstanding sequel Oct. 22 2010
By Eric M. Chandler - Published on
Format: Hardcover
We (my wife & I) have enjoyed all of Raymond Khoury's books and looked forward to the sequel to "The Last Templar". (Fortunately there was the movie version of that book to bridge the gap while awaiting the sequel.) Now, using the historical framework of the Catholic Church and it's turbulent relationship with the Knights Templar and it's affects when put on a collision course with our modern geopolitical condition, "The Templar Salvation" does not disappoint. Well and tightly crafted, heroes drawing on their last reserves and a really villainous villain are just some of the components that kept our eyes running across the pages. A great story and a truly worthy sequel to the "The Last Templar".
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Yawn June 9 2011
By OH Buyer - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This was a major disappointment. Combine the most incompetent FBI agent in history (makes every mistake conceivable - how does he keep his job?), the most evil middle eastern terrorist imaginable (think of an evil act - he will do it), a fairly wooden heroine and various rambling diatribes regarding US policy, religion, etc. and you have this book. The plot is 100% predictable, as are the next acts of the hapless hero and vile villain. I found myself guessing what would come next and was never wrong. This was, however, a way to pass the time until I managed to wade through to the entirely predictable ending. (If you read the last book you know what's coming.) There are a variety of tangential speeches regarding the above noted issues of such length that one forgets what the underlying plot line is. The action sequences evoke emotion, but again are 100% predictable at all turns.

If you have read the author's prior renderings or have any imagination whatsoever, this book will hold little for you.
21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Suspenseful and challenging Oct. 20 2010
By Jerry Marcus - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Once again, Koury's imagination and talent as a storyteller takes readers on a journey that is suspenseful, and also challenges one to reflect about the past and contemporary times. One more book in a series that seems to be getting better and better. (Reviewer is the author of "The Last Pope: A Novel" and "The Salvation Peddler.")
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A TURKEY! March 25 2012
By J. Blewett - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
My apologies to turkeys. Definitely the most incompetent FBI agent in fiction. He was reckless and always boiling with fury at the sight or even the thought of the arch Iranian villain. His sweetie Tess was a wonder woman who was like the Energizer Bunny and kept on moving and talking about history long after she should have collapsed from exhaustion, dehydration or shock. Ever notice these characters never need to hydrate, eat, sleep or pee? I had already thought the book was a joke but was curious to see what the Big Secret Trove was about. During the first flashback to the Templar knight, whose name I already forgot, I noticed that the knight had a prickling of fear that he was in danger. In fact a "siren went off in his head." Not a Siren song, as he was on land but a siren. Like a tornado siren maybe. It's called an anachronism Ray. There were colloquilisms that were out of place in the thought processes of the Iranian such as, "time to vamoose," and "put the kibosh on." Seriously! I almost dropped the book when inept agent Reilly was somewhere in the process of fighting for his life on the plane when "my bad" dropped into a paragraph. Augh!

Khoury couldn't even provide a name or description of the Kurdish woman who had saved the ancient texts. She was just referred to as "the old woman." She was a significant character who also seemed to speak correct idiomatic English. Ray, you are such a jerk! Maybe you should say My bad!
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
"Is it over yet?" Dec 2 2010
By Ana the Reader - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Sorry to say but I was disappointed in the Characters behaviors. The bad guy seemed invincible. He killed so many people and no one seemed smart enough to catch him. I can't believe he kills a bunch of commandos and there wasn't a hugh army after this guy. Only Reilly, one lone FBI agent seems to be going after this guy and even he misses killing him by not shooting him because he is too busy over thinking whether he should shoot him or not. Give me a break. The history itself was interesting. The characters were a big disappointment. I really felt the book was going on forever. The interesting historical facts are not enough for me to recommend this book. Sorry but if the next book has these same characters; I am just not interested.