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Above Top Secret: Uncover the Mysteries of the Digital Age Paperback – October 1, 2008
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Several reviewers have noted that the chapters are very short and leave you wanting more. That would be fine, but honestly I felt like lots of space was wasted. For example, every chapter is preceeded by a blank blue page, a title page, and then a terse "who, what, where, when" dossier page. Many of these are also preceeded by a blank page with nothing but a small a blue briefcase. Since there are 20 chapters, that's at least 60 to 75 essentially blank pages - in a 284 page book!!! Even within chapters, too much space is taken up by fairly uninformative quotes from anonymous ATS readers in extra-large font. For example: "I for one think the photos are hoaxes, but I will leave it up to the experts to figure that out." -ATS Member Comment (that's a real one, blown up in a box and taking up a chunk of space in the middle of p. 186).
I am a fan of Jim Marrs. And this book covers a lot of interesting topics. If you're looking for an introduction and summary of conspiracy discussions on the internet then I bet you'll be happy with this one. If you're looking for more in-depth information beyond what you could find yourself online, then you'll probably be disappointed with some aspects of this book.
Nearly a decade later, the topics Jim Marrs discusses are still relevant to this day, and not just the perpetual ones regarding Roswell, JFK and God. In 2014, this work still reflects everyday interests such as chemtrails and natural resources; military planning and the Federal Reserve; drones and the Phoenix lights; and the Antarctic and our Moon, to name a few.
The last chapter, however, What Will Happen in 2012, makes part of this work obviously dated but nevertheless interesting to reflect back, if not to reflect forward with what we now know.
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Great for its time however allot of new information has come to light which will make this a dissappointing read.Published 2 months ago by Donovan
Please keep in mind, that this book is classified as such on Amazon. Books › Humor & Entertainment › Humor
I have read more than a few books about conspiracies and NWO... Read more
Nice wrap up of some of the biggest mysteries... wanted more! I was surprised when I got to the end and felt as though I'd missed the end somehowPublished 15 months ago by R. Miguel
Usually like Marrs' stuff but this one reminded me of some of the half-assed high school assignments I turned in. Just a rehash of a website, c'mon Jim....Published 21 months ago by What???