12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on April 8, 2000
This book will haunt you. Even skeptics of the "Alien Abduction" phenomenon will have to think twice after reading "Star Children."
With her excellent research techniques Jenny Randles carefully demonstrates the reality of Alien visitation and genetic altering.
This book is especially interesting because the contact information comes from around the world. This is not an isolated phenomenon. There may be millions of "Star Children" around the world. Maybe you know one of these people. Maybe you should.
I couldn't put this book down. The implications are mind altering.
Other great books to read are:
Budd Hopkins.....Intruders Budd Hopkins.....Witnessed Dr. John Mack....Abduction C.D.B. Bryan.....Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind. The Conference at M.I.T.
on February 4, 2004
This book is a summary of many surprising facts about the UFO. You will learn a probable cause why the aliens are abducting humans and also many guesses w h o they coud be, from the well-known little grey men to time travellers trom the future Earth! However, the autor won't give you a clear answer, she'll only give many theories and you will have to decide for yourself which of them is the truth. All the information was very interesting to read, although sometimes it sounded more like sci-fi , not scientific facts. Anyway, the ones, who are interested in UFO or like reading sci-fi, won't be disappointed with this book.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on August 21, 2009
I bought this book after a conversation wih my brother about a similar book written years ago before "new age" stuff like this was all that popular. That book was a serious treatment of the subject. After perusing this book, however, it quickly became apparent that I had guessed wrong; this is just more new-age claptrap that belongs in the category of cheap astrology, "greys," bug-eyed alien kidnappings and such designed to make a quick buck off the gullible. The sad thing is this: I believe there really is something to such unexplainable phenomena, but the field is so clouded with con-jobs out to profit from the gullible and (in some cases) counter-intelligence activities by shadow governments that it is all but impossible to determine what is actually going on.
For instance, books such as this one often include a "checklist" to tell if you or your child is a "star child." These checklists include enough questions that are actually so vaguely worded that fully 85% of the earth's population could easily qualify as a "star child." Gee, don't we all just feel so special now?
I'm quite disappointed, inasmuch as I was looking for *actual* research based on established scientific method. Move on, folks; nothing to see here. This book has entertainment value only for those who truly want to believe just about anything they read.