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Great moments bad minutes

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2 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 13-10-2020

The story had a great beginning and a great idea but it was spoiled by very cliche characters and unrealistic plot. The characters are very cliche, and I wasn’t sure whether it was Kath and Kym or the castle, either weigh it back to originality. It just didn’t make sense, the drama was false, there would be no way in the US and SA members would terminate to Australian kids on a foreign sure just because of one search on the Internet. And the US Marines or whatever they were completely cliche and laughable. Otherwise it was a really good idea and had a really good plot regarding Nicola Tesla, but it was destroyed and really hard to listen to because of the way that the characters interacted. I don’t like saying this sort of stuff because it was a good idea but I just think the plot and have a whole stack of development, it sounded like it was written by someone that smokes a lot of dope up in Northern New South Wales with all sorts of conspiracy theories going through their heads.

Smoking gun if evidence is real

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4 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 24-02-2020

Of all the books on this intriguing subject, this one has the closest thing to at one Michael real evidence that is to say if the President Reagan briefings are real then it’s certainly quite compelling. I would like to hear the tapes myself, when I bought this audible book I thought I would regard it a science fiction and enjoy it on that level, but the evidence is quite intriguing, but as I say I need to see a little more detail before I become a true believer it’s the closest thing to disclosure but I think we’re going to get

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Fascinating,Resonating incredible

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 21-01-2020

I read a few books on this topic, most of them I consider to be complete rubbish, but Bob rights are believable, and interesting account of his life as he said he gained nothing from it. In fact he lost a lot more. He still he tells the story methodically and well and the scientific principles are very interesting, I don’t know if he worked on alien spacecraft, but I do believe he worked on advanced technology perhaps Bob doesn’t know if he actually worked in alien spacecraft but he certainly was part of something that people are hiding The world needs to challenge those people what right do they have to hide that where was the democratic principles that said they can hide advanced technology be at alien or not these are the questions this book answers The world owes one to Bob Lazar

A nice story but no smoking gun as yet

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1 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 05-12-2019

This is a fascinating topic, but despite the authors continual use of phrases like compelling evidence and startling revelations, they were frankly none. There was mainly a lot of old conspiracy theories put together without any additional evidence or clear argument as to why this would occur. The author relies a lot on Tomkins, who is suspect at best. Whilst I have no doubt that aircraft companies might have looked theoretically at UFOs and what they may mean, I doubt the scope of the space program that they’re suggesting. What’s the standard of writing is accessible and engaging, it’s hardly PhD standard. Having said what I have said there is some evidence there about documents in the MJ 12 series, but this is largely borrowed from other authors. I read Tomkins book and to me it seemed like he was simply going over his life giving himself credit for most things including the Apollo space program. And telling us about all the secretarys he had slept with over the years. I don’t rule out the possibility is that they are suggesting, like Fox Mulder I want to believe, but this book doesn’t get me any closer to confirmation there are so many holes in the arguments and testimony that is being presented to hear that you just really can’t take them any seriously like Corey good, even his name interplanetary corporate conglomerate sounds like a Doctor Who sci-fi name rather than what a real company doing this stuff would call themselves. If you have a secret company doing interplanetary work you couldn’t call yourself a interplanetary corporate conglomerate if you wanted to be secret you call yourself something like X prize or XRC or some weird name you wouldn’t give yourself away by the name. It just doesn’t make sense. It would be like opening a government department and calling it secret conspiracy to work with aliens limited. I mean it just wouldn’t happen guys so more evidence please I’m interested but I need to see more evidence

Good but the characters need more work

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3 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 01-09-2019

The most incompetent hitman in history meets the most incompetent security team in history the most incompetent private detective in history and of course a roocky police officer who does everything but what she should do when investigating a crime. Having said that, I enjoyed the story I enjoy the feel of the story and I enjoyed the cruise ship and the accuracy with which the weigh in which the story was told. I’m not sure which audience it is directed at, possibly a younger audience, but I wasn’t aware of that when I bought the book. It’s good clean fun, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to give a good book for people preps in their teens or earlier.

And ego gone mad

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1 out of 5 stars
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1 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 07-07-2019

This book is a man’s fantasy about what his life could’ve been, he seems like a minor player in the space program but if we were to believe what he writes in this book, just about every good idea for the Apollo program for US missile programs for the space program in general was conceived by him. Every bit of dialogue is colleagues telling him, Bill you’re a genius, Bill you’re so wonderful, Bill why don’t people realise how wonderful you are. Bill you’re such a visionary, you and your extra terrestrial friends are really doing well. If we have to believe this book, many of the engineers working at the Douglas factory on the Apollo program we talking regularly about reptilian aliens lifeforms and sexy secretaries who were Nordic aliens. And of course the sexy secretaries we just wild about Bill, but Bill was married so he’s a good guy. According to him. There is absolutely nothing in this book that remotely looks like evidence for his assertions. I’m sorry but it just doesn’t cut it

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So good I don’t want to believe

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-08-2018

This is a great story no rated by a very good reader. This conspiracy unlike the Divinci code is so well laid out that I almost believed and I don’t want to believe The research was fantastic, the reading was excellent by Philip Franks, and I couldn’t recommend this more highly to any Lissner I hope and then I say pray, that we hear more from this offer

Inconsistent with the previous book

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3 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 15-07-2018

I really enjoy enjoy historic time travel fiction, and the stories are pretty good on the whole. This particular book was disappointing however as I think the main character Grace acted totally inconsistently with the way she would have in the first book Where asked to believe that a woman who left everything for joel, who searched high and low for a way to travel through time to get to him, after two or three months of being in another time gives up and almost takes up with another guy there is a convention in science fiction, that you’ll get one gimme, in other words fragments sake will accept the time travel is true. But you can’t stretch believabilitytoo much. If I was an American woman I feel a little bit insulted by the way women are treated in some of these books, usually, they are dying to marry any man who gives a bunch of flowers and a bit of a laugh, and A lot of really cheesy flirtatious talk. For someone as independent as Grace to act in the way she did in this particular novel just doesn’t seem right to me well there is a lot of good things about this authors work, I think some of these characters need a bit more depth, perhaps a few adventures outside of the United States might be interesting

Good idea but something missing

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3 out of 5 stars
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3 out of 5 stars
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3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-07-2018

I like the innocence in this novel, and was a bit disappointed because it became a bit of a chick novel dressed up as a mystery. It’s a bit like some of those Diana gaBoldon Jamie Fraser novels, really sexual fantasies for middle-aged women.and over romanticised having said that the basic semblance of the story was good, it may be the first novel, there was a bit too many red herrings and pathways in the novel that would really relevant to the story i.e. the flick knife, the going to the pictures, a lot of those things that is to say Parts didn’t really contribute to the total story. And it would’ve been good to know bit more about Johnnys experience in the novel.

A good idea a good beginning

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4 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 01-07-2018

This was a good story, politics the characters were interesting a couple of anachronisms, I don’t think Sisera use the pen and paper I waxed tablets and papyrus. Perhaps he save the speeches on an iPad who knows. Anyway it was a good idea I hope that big finish continue with this series