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buzzkill 1/31/2009 10:17:17 AM

"The Truth Shall Set You Free" AND Manolo Blahniks?  Reminds me of another bad Kathleen McGowan sequel.  I hope for her sake there are more Templar-themed books coming out soon, or she'll be forced to start writing original material if she wants to keep selling her romance novels.

Leavis 1/31/2009 10:39:47 AM

 My sole regret about the first volume was that it wasn't printed on softer paper.  I'm sure that this omission could be rectified with the coming sequel.  In fact, perforations on each page would make it even more reader-friendly...

Rosenbaum 2/1/2009 7:25:46 AM

 Maybe I'll see The Last Templar when it comes to England in the spring.  The snow-storms are about to hit my little secluded cottage and my mind turns to the many joys of nature that the coming spring will afford us all, not least of which is the following:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zz-DHBiYnrc

StellaMaris 2/2/2009 12:53:35 AM

I wear Keds, but I've got special all-black Converse All Stars for dress-up occasions. And I've still got my Newton MessagePad, which encodes into its own unique language. 

Do you think the Templars would let me join??

Leavis 2/2/2009 2:11:28 AM

 I wonder, perchance, if your Newton could translate Stella's first sentence into everyday English!

ProfessorW 2/3/2009 3:41:46 AM

 I hear through the grapevine that there's a book coming out shortly which also centers around the missing diary of Jesus.  Does anybody know anything about this?  

StellaMaris 2/3/2009 9:31:06 AM

Leavis, my Newt translates the sentence into "Ode to a Frog on the Afternoon of Clean Bedsheets". 

You asked...!

Leavis 2/3/2009 11:47:34 AM

 Ah!  At last I code I can decipher!  But would it be correct to assume we are about to enter the star-sign of Kermit, the knowing one?  On sent la mer d'ici!

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