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I could not finish the book about 1/3 through it I started to flip through the pages losing interest.
I found myself up way past my bedtime, compelled to keep reading, for this book unleashes a series of revelations.
So yes, publishers can edit, if they don't have editors they hire them outside, it's isn't that hard.
Anyone familiar with the books of Joseph P. Farrell can appreciate the difficulty in writing a pithy review of most any one of them. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Frank Juszczyk
Great book! Lets you in on how long this "Plan" has been dreamed about! Why is So much money being spent to fuse man with machine? Ans is it a good thing?Published 12 months ago by Keith Stephens
My header says it all. Warning: Not for the quick reader. I would recommend this to only my most open minded and self critical friends.Published 14 months ago by Gary W. Brazell
I read this but could not really get into the subject matter--did not finish this book-- would not buy Hart work again --to off the wallPublished 15 months ago by Veta Goss
I could not finish the book about 1/3 through it I started to flip through the pages losing interest. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kilroy
It is about genetic tampering with human beings. But rather than endorse it, the book traces the history of this kind of thinking through history and different cultures. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ruth Angela
A compelling read and well researched. It is basically about eugenics which is the elites main focus on humanity. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Denise Powers
For such educated individuals, they seem to have the lost the ability to spell. The first hundred pages had over 100 typos, misprints and the context was lost through the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carm Martinez
Reading de Hart and Farrell's work clearly impresses the mind that we are indeed living in a time of great risk, surprise and change. The book is at once a warning and a welcome. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Arthur Danu