The Sixth Key

The Sixth Key THE SIXTH KEY IS A BRAIN TEASING CONSPIRACY THRILLER AND AN ACTION PACKED RIDE THROUGH THE CENTURIES By the Power of these keys the Head of the Church will be made the Lord of Hell In late a cryp

  • Title: The Sixth Key
  • Author: Adriana Koulias
  • ISBN: 9780987462022
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE SIXTH KEY IS A BRAIN TEASING CONSPIRACY THRILLER AND AN ACTION PACKED RIDE THROUGH THE CENTURIES By the Power of these keys the Head of the Church will be made the Lord of Hell In late 2012 a cryptic invitation leads a crime novelist to Venice s Island of the Dead Once there he is captivated by his host s tale, which spans the centuries, but seemingly begins in lateTHE SIXTH KEY IS A BRAIN TEASING CONSPIRACY THRILLER AND AN ACTION PACKED RIDE THROUGH THE CENTURIES By the Power of these keys the Head of the Church will be made the Lord of Hell In late 2012 a cryptic invitation leads a crime novelist to Venice s Island of the Dead Once there he is captivated by his host s tale, which spans the centuries, but seemingly begins in late 1930, with a similar cryptic invitation that brings Grail Historian Otto Rahn to an apartment in Berlin Waiting for him inside is Hitler s right hand man, Heinrich Himmler, and Rahn s life is turned upside down Himmler wants Rahn to find Le Serpent Rouge, a notorious book of black magic written by Pope Honorius in the 13th century and he won t take no for an answer.But Himmler is not the only powerful figure in search of the grimoire A shadowy circle of men are watching Rahn s every move, and they will stop at nothing to possess the book and the legendary key that unlocks its terrifying power

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    • Adriana Koulias

      Adriana Koulias is the author of three novels Temple of the Grail, The Seal and The Sixth Key.She was born in 1960 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil At the age of nine her family moved to Australia She travelled extensively throughout her youth and was fifteen before finally settling down in a small country town outside Coffs Harbour She has been a nurse, a singer songwriter, a professional artist, has studied history and philosophy and began writing her first book Temple of the Grail in 1995.Adriana now lectures regularly on History, Philosophy and Esoteric Science Adriana latest book THE SIXTH KEY has been nominated for both the Davitt and Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Fiction.

    931 thoughts on “The Sixth Key

    • Šī grāmatas anotācija mani uzķēra, pieminot Indiana Džonsu. Tā nu kopā ar lāgā zēnu Oto Rānu metāmies iekšā kārtējos Svētā Grāla meklējumos. Lai gan iesākums ar paša Hitlera parādīšanos un cilvēku slepkavošanu slepenos SS pagrabos bija diezgan daudzsološs, jo tālāk stāsts risinājās, jo latiņa krita zemāk un zemāk. Nevarētu teikt, ka grāmata bija dikti aizraujoša, ja tas skaitās Indiana Džons, tad drīzāk tāds Poškus variants. Lielāko grāmatas daļu [...]



    • Grāmata ar aprakstu, kas aizrauj. Bet! Sižets ļoti haotisks. Varoņu daudz par daudz. Nav iespējams izsekot visam līdzi, jūk notikumi, vārdi. Grāmata beidzas īsti nebeidzoties. Nav īsta nobeiguma. Sākums daudzsološs, bet beigās diezgan liela vilšanās.



    • Good readLiked the history aspectLiked the plot and the characters as they proceeded to go further into the book. Thank you


    • When Templars, Cathars, Nazis, Otto Rahn, and a mysterious Writer of Letters are found in one novel it's a joy to read! Especially when you see the amount of research and historical significance which went into the story. This is what grabbed my attention and kept me enjoying a tale spanning at least three time periods. Best of all, the way Adriana Koulias interwove the time periods and brought the tale to fruition is enjoyable and full of historical thrills. You will enjoy this book if you have [...]


    • Very interesting historical story. Learned thing about the Cather's treasure I never knew not the least how it involved Hitler and his search for ultimate power. Fast paced thriller, bit on the dark side for my taste as it was a bit scary. Is this treasure really out there hidden, protected at all costs? Who really knows, and may those who are good continue to thwart evil!


    • Frustrated at this novel. After persevering with the slow opening half of the novel, I felt like it started to build nicely, only to find that the end was nonsensical and rediculous. I liked the historical accuracy of characters and events, which for me was the highlight. Left feeling very disappointed.


    • I have been enjoying Adriana Koulias's Rosicrucian Quartet very much, and The Sixth Key is the best yet. The fact that most of her characters are historical figures makes this astounding story even more riveting. I will be starting the fourth book immediately!




    • I'm so close to finishing this one, but I just can't do it. I don't care anymore. It's well written, but I just can't get into it enough. It's taken me weeks to get as far as I have.




    • Sorry, only managed forty pages before I became disillusioned with it. A book has to hold my attention, but this one failed to do so.





    • I have read a ton of books on this topic and this is definitely a new twist. I think it over does it on the details a bit though and is overly complex. I enjoyed the Indiana Jones reference.


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