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Linda H. Gordon
5.0 out of 5 starsInteresting
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2021
This book makes you think about what you do and who's watching? Very believable and thought provoking about the way you live your life and your interactions with others. Good read! Highly recommended.
What a story. I didn't know what to expect, but as soon as I started I knew it would be hard to put down.
The story portrays the journey that a person who was involved with the field of psychology took from the time he went to Harvard until that period where he met Frank and Joyce. This individual had participated in the studies that were being conducted by Nazi Germany. His participation was one that he could not refuse. The story portrayeed the events he took part in Germany and his assistance that he provided to the U.S. in the prosecution of those people who tortured prisoners in the name of science. As a result he was brought to the U.S. Here is was brainwashed to aid the CIA in a program that they were conducting.
As another section of the book dealt with John, a computer hacker, who had devised a program that identified guilty parties and disclosed their crimes to the outside world. He was able to develop computer programs that extracted information throughout the world that hacked into the most secure networks.
Both of these actions should raise interest by you that it could very well be likely that these kind of activities are occurring as we live and breathe. The book is one that you don't want to miss. It will bring to the forefront what Big Brother is possibly involved in.