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Thought the book was rather shallow with not much info on the location, versus a lot of historical perspective.
While those are great topics, it is not what the title led me to believe the book would be about, and I was disappointed to end up reading about it.
Mr. Paglen asserts that the work at Groom Lake is so secret that not even the name "Groom Lake" can be used in publio.
My review splashes in late to a furore that's well underway between favorable and unfavorable reviews. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ronald Haak
Interesting and sometimes unsettling facts presented from the point of view of a geographer. Not much "geography" in this book, other than the locations of the many semi... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Eric Nordin
This book goes on and on and on.
It started out being interesting, then began lists of secret military equipment.
I read about half of the book.
I've been completely spoiled by Gordon Thomas. His books ("Journey into Madness: The Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse"; "Secret Wars: One Hundred... Read morePublished 15 months ago by The Steadfast Reader
Very slow read with a lot of supposition. Like I said, interesting but very dry. Great if you are having trouble sleeping though...Published 15 months ago by Ed G-
Very impressive book, eye opening and shocking. At times some what analytical, but good just the same. I would check it out.Published 18 months ago by Mr.Hungry
Kind of a surprise not just abut UFO ops and bases, sections on Iran-Contra, black prisons, nameless spys and who they really are and politicos and what they really do. Read morePublished 19 months ago by szatm
If you want to know what your government is doing in your name and out of your sight and out of almost anyone's control, this book is a good place to start.
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This is an interesting read. For those who already knew about some of these places it fills in a few facts.Published on July 12, 2011 by C. Vuxton