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More than 200,000 copies sold. Number-one best seller in Spanish, Italian, and Russian. The best-selling novel in the history of Amazon Spain.
Diver Ulysses Vidal finds a 14th-century bronze bell of Templar origin buried under a reef off the Honduras coast. It turns out it's been lying there for more than one century, prior to Christopher Columbus' discovery of America. Driven by curiosity and a sense of adventure, he begins the search for the legendary treasure of the Order of the Temple. Together with a medieval history professor and a daring Mexican archeologist, he travels through Spain, the Mali desert, the Caribbean Sea, and the Mexican jungle. They face innumerable riddles and dangers, but in the end this search will uncover a much more important mystery - a secret, kept hidden for centuries, that could transform the history of humankind and the way we understand the universe.
Fernando Gamboa (Barcelona, Spain, 1970) has devoted most of his adult life to traveling through Africa, Asia, and Latin America. He has lived in several countries and worked as a scuba diver, a Spanish teacher, an entrepreneur, a poker player, and an adventure guide. At present he's the number-one best-selling indie author in Spain. His books have been translated into Russian, Greek, and Italian.
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By James on 04-27-16

Shouldn't have bothered

storyline was disjointed at best, and the narrator is the worst I've come across yet.

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By Amazon Customer on 03-01-16

Predictable and not great narration

I'm a fan of Templar stories. Of course this one caught my eye. Its easy to guess what's going to happen after you get the gist. I didn't enjoy the narrator at all either. Be sure and listen to a sample before purchasing.

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By Amy on 08-25-16

Long with lots of twists! Really enjoyed it!

Since it was in the era of modern technology, why wasn't a single photo of anything taken?! 😅

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