The Templars, Two Kings, and a Pope

  • by Grigor Fedan
  • Narrated by Robert M. Clark
  • 12 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Templars, Two Kings and a Pope is the novelized reconstruction of a crucial 25-year period in Templar history, before the Order of the Temple was disbanded. At one level, this is the story of a covert war, of the secret organization known as The Brotherhood, and of the one man who stood at the center; a Swiss named Lord Otto de Grandson who became England's King Edward I's right-hand man.
At another level, this is a spiritual story about Jesus' secret teachings that he reserved for the select few. This came to light with the discovery of the Naj Hammadi documents. These teachings became the Brotherhood's reason for being, why they fought their covert war against France's King Philip IV, and the motivation behind their quest for democracy that led to the creation of Switzerland, the French revolution, and the United States.
This novel is a factual account of events, and a realistic depiction of what it was like to be a Knight Templar and of life in medieval times.


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Very poor reading

I have tried to listen to this book but the reading is so poor that I had to stop. The reader is so bad that when he sees the word quay(as in where you find a boat) he pronounces it kway instead of key, and he does this several times. The voices he uses for the diferent characters are not right. I was laughing out loud at some of the voices he uses(he even has one monk sounding like dracula). He reads without feeling.

This may be a good book but I found myself listening to how bad the reading was and not able to concentrate on the story.

I think that if Grigor Fedan heard this reading of his work he would be very unhappy.
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- David

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-09-2012
  • Publisher: Grigor Fedan