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A very well researched and thought out book about conspiracy theories.
His writing style does not flow well; his sentences are often awkward and just too crammed with facts, and his paragraphs sometimes seem randomly indented.
First off, the book is very well written and in a fast-paced, easy to read styles.
While I find most of this information credible the delivery is labored at best. One interminable chapter about conspiracy theories in the Soviet Union never really seems to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Old Enough to Know Better
A well-researched and well-written (albeit selective) documentation of human credibility/gullibility and blindness to recognize obvious truths when facts get in the way of beliefs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dr. S. Shapiro
a fast paced, exhaustive debunking of a list of common conspiracy theories, including 9/11 Truthers, JFK, Holy Grail and everything in between. Read morePublished 4 months ago by mike reider
This book was a disappointment. I saw the author on a program about 9/11/01 and he was interesting in person; however, this book was a michegoss of other conspiracies that were... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kate Shaw
Mixed feelings about this review of recent conspiracy theories in modern history. Some chapters impressed me and some less so. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James C. Casterline
This book is infuriating. The author's tone is arrogant and dismissive of anyone he disagrees with, several times he makes claims he doesn't bother to back up, and the organization... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeremy Graf
Learned a lot about conspiracy history. It was difficult to read and wordy.Published 7 months ago by William H Tucker
The author of this screed, David Aaronovitch, began his notorious career when, as part of a childish conspiracy, he and his Marxist chums appeared on British TV as contestants on... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Darleschikens