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The Secret Life of Uri Geller: CIA Masterspy? Paperback – October 15, 2013
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"Regardless of where the truth lies, Uri Geller is one of the most fascinating people of all time and has created a great debate. THE SECRET LIFE OF URI GELLER is such a great book and really brought some new things to light about the importance of Geller and how the government looked at him and utilized him."
- www.ringsidereport.com (November 20, 2013)
About the Author
Jonathan Margolis is a contributing editor for FT magazines and is a regular writer for the Observer, The Guardian, the Daily Mail, BA High Life and Esquire. He is the author of several bestselling biographies, including those of John Cleese, Michael Palin and Billy Connolly. His history of the orgasm, O, was a bestseller in twenty countries.
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I believe there will be much more to be written in the future.
A fascinating page-turner. Finished it in one night.
This book really meets it promise and exceeds expectations on delivery of a new "secret" Uri.
This book is so good, yet so much better than any other book written about Uri.
Uri has for long been seen to be some sort of untouchable human - perhaps a little beyond our grasp.
The secret life of Uri Geller is the book that ties up a lot of loose ends and brings Uri into the "real and tangible" domain. The scientific domain with professors, politicians, agents, spies and people otherwise esteemed and respected.
This book honours Uri's pioneering as a psychic superhero. Uri is revealed here as more than just a successful showbiz man and more of a real military superhero.
Read this book three times!.