Recommended listening. Whenever Deepak seems to get into the groove of something, it's like he stops before making his salient point, thus giving the suggestion that more will come in a future title.
Yes, and that's unusual for me as I have a voracious appetite for new audio content.
If you've ever seen the original Ghostbusters movie and recall the see-through green creatures munching on things, then this is what I think was being described by the author in some coffee shop.
The book itself was excellent, but the hours-long radio-show-like commentary after the book was even better. I think the commentary part is exclusive to the audiobook and it involves three or four friends, including the author.
I was extremely pleased to have found a title which really stands out from the abundant, mushy, lookalike crowd out there in this category.
I believe that this title will become a thought-leader for its category soon. It deserves it. The ebook is currently available to Kindle Unlimited customers for free, so if you're on the fence and belong to KU, then check it out that way, but the author's own reading is great. Again, the post-book commentary is something not to miss, so, if you can afford it, just go for the audiobook. To the author: GREAT JOB!
Take any concept that you value and imagine someone telling you that it doesn't matter because it doesn't exit, then repeat that process for 95 minutes, and you have the content of this title. What I don't understand is how there are so many favorable reviews for this title, unless...
The monotone voice really wore me down. I was hoping for a lot more detail, but that was dashed once I realized the book was written by an actual CIA employee, so it was heavily stripped of essentials, likely due to security. I expected much more.
I strongly recommend this book. There were so many topics which I hadn't ever considered, such as the wave of lawsuits that could happen and which parties could be impacted. Law enforcement... wow... I plan to listen to it again as it was that good. For me, that's rare.
It was a quick story and was interesting to listen to. I wish it could only have been longer.
This is a journey that you will not soon forget. Very much worth the effort. The narration was first-class.
In this title, whenever I grew weary of listening to the passages about the Mothman, there would be a pivot into the UFO topic and their potential origins. What I valued the most about this title was how the author worked strenuously to keep his feet on the ground scientifically when narrating such outlying subjects. This guy gives a view of UFOs that is definitely distinct and insightful. He could be right.
I was hoping for more distinct ideas and details to back them. While the performance was very good, the title left me lacking.
It's painful to think that I spent money for this. It was simply "so bad." It's shallow and is an obvious composite of other authors' works.
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