Frustrated at this novel After persevering with the slow opening half of the novel, I felt like it started to build nicely, only to find that the end was nonsensical and rediculous I liked the historical accuracy of characters and events, which for me was the highlight Left feeling very disappointed. Gr mata ar aprakstu, kas aizrauj Bet Si ets oti haotisks Varo u daudz par daudz Nav iesp jams izsekot visam l dzi, j k notikumi, v rdi Gr mata beidzas sti nebeidzoties Nav sta nobeiguma S kums daudzsolo s, bet beig s diezgan liela vil an s. Late A Cryptic Invitation Leads A Crime Novelist To Venice S Island Of The Dead Once There He Is Captivated By His Host S Tale, Which Spans The Centuries But Seemingly Begins And Ends In The Dark Days Of The S In , A Similarly Cryptic Invitation Brings Grail Historian Otto Rahn To An Apartment In Berlin Waiting For Him Inside Is Hitler S Right Hand Man, Heinrich Himmler, And Rahn S Life Is Turned Upside DownFor Himmler Wants Rahn To Locate Les Serpent Rouge, A í read í The Sixth Key (Rosicrucian Quartet, #3) by Adriana Koulias í Notorious Book Of Black Magic Written By Pope Honorius In The Th Century Following A Trail From Paris Down To Carcassone In The South Of France, Rahn Discovers A Web Of Deceit And Murder Clearly Himmler Is Not The Only Powerful Figure In Search Of The Grimoire A Shadowy Circle Of Men Are Watching Rahn S Every Move, And They Will Stop At Nothing To Possess Both The Book And The Legendary Sixth Key That Will Unlock Its Terrifying Power Dena Brauna slavu peln jusi autore br nos, k p c netiek reklam ta. Ievilka si et no pirm s rindi as un va notic t, ka t patie m var tu b t bijis person i ir re las v sturiskas person bas Vienu zvaigzni at emu par aroda m sas korektores rk rt gi vako izpild jumu tik daudz drukas un interpunkcijas k du, nekonsekvences u. c lietas, kas liedza piln b izbaud t intri jo o v st jumu. ✓ The Sixth Key (Rosicrucian Quartet, #3) Ø Good readLiked the history aspectLiked the plot and the characters as they proceeded to go further into the book Thank you A good beach read which wanders between present and past Nice plot twists though some were predictable. When Templars, Cathars, Nazis, Otto Rahn, and a mysterious Writer of Letters are found in one novel it s a joy to read Especially when you see the amount of research and historical significance which went into the story This is what grabbed my attention and kept me enjoying a tale spanning at least three time periods Best of all, the way Adriana Koulias interwove the time periods and brought the tale to fruition is enjoyable and full of historical thrills You will enjoy this book if you have a love of history and conspiracies.
Very interesting historical story Learned thing about the Cather s treasure I never knew not the least how it involved Hitler and his search for ultimate power Fast paced thriller, bit on the dark side for my taste as it was a bit scary Is this treasure really out there hidden, protected at all costs Who really knows, and may those who are good continue to thwart evil Found it hard to connect to the character in the beginning but as book unfolded WELL Nebija slikti, jo las ju, negaidot nek das liel s darb bas Nosl pums ir, mekl jumi ir, briesmas ir it k viss anra robe s Kaut k gan tom r pietr ka Nepatika, ka atrisin jums tom r p rdabisks Si et ar tr ka skaidr bas, uzsvari main s no viena un citu, paliek di t di gali, par kuriem nevar saprast, k p c t di visp r bija vajadz gi To, k secin jumi ik pa laikam tiek pagr bti no zila gaisa, pat s k k nepiemin u Bet las mais gana aizraujo s, t p c beigu beig s aizvilka pat l dz etr m zvaigzn m.
About The Author
Adriana Koulias is the author of three novels Temple of the Grail, The Seal and The Sixth Key.She was born in 1960 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil At the age of nine her family moved to Australia She travelled extensively throughout her youth and was fifteen before finally settling down in a small country town outside Coffs Harbour She has been a nurse, a singer songwriter, a professional artist, ha