I thought about listening to this book after enjoying the DaVinci Code about a year ago. Then I recently noticed it was narrated by Richard Ferrone, w..Show More »ho does such a great job with John Sandford's Lucas Davenport series. Ferrone is good here, too, but not to the level of his Sandford reads. The author's jumping back and forth between the 14th and 21st centuries was sometimes hard to follow. Some of the premises of the plot, such as the link between the Vatican and the CIA were also a little hard to swallow. And the hurdles that some of the main characters are able to leap in the latter stages of the book are somewhat unbelievable. And Christians who read this book should never lose track of the fact that the book, like the Davinci Code, is a work of fiction. You'll feel better about it.
I've read and enjoyed just about all of Raymond Khoury's books...except Templar Salvation, this is definitely not one of his best audiobooks. The stor..Show More »yline seems to drag and it's too much of an effort to keep engaged in the story.
The readers voice is very distracting, I found myself keeping a running tally of the mis-pronounced words.
Stick with 3rd person narration. I don't understand why, on the third book of a series, the author suddenly decides to have 1st-person narration by o..Show More »ne of the protagonists. Oh, and a better story would've helped.