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The Nine (Sinister Forces: A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft, Book 1) Paperback – May 16, 2011
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“Ten Books in One . . . Face-to-face with 25 years of research gathered from no less than 40 countries, most writers would have looked to come up with any number of spy, horror, and suspense novels suggested by this trove of material. Peter Levenda, however, tackled it head-on. So, he set himself the near-to-impossible task of pulling together such diverse threads as pop culture, archaeology, anthropology, poetry, religion, the occult, and a host of government actions overt and hidden. In return, he has produced the first installment of a thesis that is by turns compelling, cautious, maddening, and intriguing.” —Norman Mailer, from the cloth edition
About the Author
Peter Levenda has researched the material for this book over the course of 25 years, visiting more than 40 countries and gaining access to temples, prisons, military installations, and government documents. He is the author of The Secret Temple, Stairway to Heaven, and Unholy Alliance. He lives in Miami. Jim Hougan is an award-winning investigative journalist, an Alicia Patterson and Rockefeller Foundation fellow, and the former Washington editor of Harper's magazine. He has reported for NPR's All Things Considered and has produced documentary films for 60 Minutes and Frontline. He is also the coauthor of a series of books with his wife under the pseudonym John Case, including the New York Times bestseller The Genesis Code. He lives in Afton, Virginia.
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The content is exhausting. I gave up mid-way. Could not understand the theme and the bottom line of this book. I would not recommend this book unless you ended up alone on an island with nothing but this book. Even then, it will frustrate you to no end.
Two thumbs down.