"The Halo Revelations is an intellectual thriller that blends fact and fiction on a [grand] scale...
One of the central themes - that of history itself having been manipulated by the powers-that-be in any given timeframe - is convincing."
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If you haven’t yet considered the strange mysteries in our history, then this book will nudge you into seeing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Elaina J Davidson
Enjoyed this book. Not as good as Heinlein, Clark or Asimov but still looking. I can read Foundations every couple of years and still enjoy it.Published 10 months ago by P. Marshall
It was an entertaining book. A quick read and a fun go. I thought there could have been more but I thought it was ok.Published 10 months ago by Laura G.
The question of whether we are alone is very old. The author developed a story line around this that could be very plausible and believe able. Well written and very enjoyable.Published 13 months ago by Stephen J. Lemmons
It was interesting, something I kept coming back to, but, in the end, it wasn't memorable!Published 15 months ago by Linda H. Harrell
Sophomoric, often stilted, with frequently immature writing and style, including very occasional mistakes of grammar and vocabulary. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bill Reid &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; The Fewer Sorrows Band
It's quite a well written story but the end is a little of an anticlimax.Published 21 months ago by Martyn