After a group of men dressed as Knights Templar violently rob a museum showing Vatican artifacts, an archaeologist and a FBI agent team up to solve the mystery surrounding the attack. As in The Da Vinci Code, religion is not presented in a positive light. The plot revolves around a major cover-up by the Vatican to protect the real origins of Christianity. That aside, the idea of these Templars trying to bring down or unite the major religions into one is interesting. Imagine a world without the violent acts that have been committed in the name of God. All in all, despite being predictable at times, The Last Templar is an enjoyable read.
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