I read "Chariots of the Gods" when it was first published. That book was ground-breaking and paradigm-changing. If the author spent less time in the preface of this book bragging about what he had written before and more time setting up the sparse new material and the rehash of decades-old hypotheses, I may have had a more receptive attitude. As it was, I found that his dismissal of current interpretations that correct the early-twentieth-century errors ludicrous. Sorry that an investigative author with such promise has fallen to the standards of tabloids and talk radio.
common talking head
I wouldn't have published it, other than to make money to save the jobs of the employees of my publishing house.
I was looking forward to this story, but after a half hour of the narrator, I put the story down I will never enjoy this fictional story of Hatsheput because the reader was so poor. Not sorry that I bought the book, just sorry that I can't bear to listen to more than 15 min of the narrator.
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