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A veteran of the Iraq war is appointed undersecretary of defense in order to penetrate a secret government purposely black-shelving zero-point energy, a clean, abundant energy source reverse-engineered from downed UFOs.

Are extraterrestrials and UFOs real? Are there secret subterranean military bases hiding advanced technologies that date back to the incident at Roswell? Is there a "false flag" in the works intended to wipe out billions? Steve Alten's Undisclosed is a mind-opening thriller of "faction" that incorporates testimonials from military and intelligence personnel who were actual eyewitnesses and participants involved in the greatest secret in history.

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Amazing blend of real events and a possible future

It is time to awaken the human species. This book should be given to every school children the world over.

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Rides the razor thin edge between fact and fiction

This novel is hung on the framework of things that either are true, are probably true, or may be true. It is hard to listen to this novel and not see the parallels in the real world. Is it all based on fact? Maybe. Does it fit with what we see in the news every day? Yes. Are we facing the same dangers that the novel portrays? At least some of them - absolutely.

There are moments where you feel like you have gone down the rabbit hole into "woo woo" territory. Then you are pulled back into "normal" reality with the next scene. It is quite the ride.

Bottom line: This is still a novel and a good one - written by an author who is trying to make a point. You should listen to the guy. You may not agree with all of his thoughts...or you may be too frightened to believe them. But he does write a good and thought provoking story.

Who know? It may be very close to what your kids will read as history.

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50% Partisan Hack Job, 50% Compelling Theory

The performance was excellent. The book would be only half as long without the DNC mantras spaced throughout. Then again, if you deny any of it, people just cry "cognitive dissonance!". If only half of Greer's theories are true, then disclosure proponents should embrace President Trump instead of attacking him. This is because he is as equally hated by the Shadow Government as they are.

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  • James
  • Wake Forest, NC, United States
  • 01-08-18

Could have been a great story

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Mixed feelings on whether this was worth the listen. The basic story was interesting, and based on facts, rumors and educated speculation regarding what the US government is doing with their knowledge of UFO technology. What spoiled it for me was the continuous in-your-face liberal democrat love-fest, and anti-Republican, anti-Trump diatribes. The author should have avoided the obvious bias he has against Republicans in general, and Trump in particular.

What did you like best about this story?

The author effectively weaved fact and evidence-supported rumor with a good story about how the "deep state" and their military industrial complex masters have withheld vital technology for the sake of profits and maintaining power. Unfortunately, the author continuously blames conservatives and Republicans, in spite of the documented evidence that his beloved democrats are up to their ears in corruption with that hated military industrial complex.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

In general, the story was paced well up until the end, when it seems the author rushed through the final chapters, leaving many questions hanging,

Did Undisclosed inspire you to do anything?

The basic story line was familiar to me, as the underlying theories have been put forth many times over the years. The story did prompt me to download other books related to the subject matter.

Any additional comments?

Again, a great story marred by obvious political bias and a rushed ending.

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Sophomoric results

The only that could possibly make Steve Alten's book any worse was the narration by Jeffrey Kafer.

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Nice story but...

I enjoyed his other books. This book goes political quickly. The politics kinda ruin the story for me. This could have been a much better story.

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This book is Captivating

I love the spinoff from Dr. Greer is research and also thay did and amazing job with the store line if you are into UFOs secret government and free energy this is the best non-fiction/fiction book tied up with real facts Spohn into an amazing story I would recommend this book to anybody

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Steven Greier is hilarious

Let me say I believe in UFOs the doc loses some respect from me claiming USAPs 1000x times and there’s a secret govt underground and he uses consciousness telepathy I mean what about hollow earth reptilians? Wait they’re in there. 99% BS. And he claims the Phoenix Lights were bc he was in Phoenix the day before, and he talks to aliens in his dreams. This is why the public thinks we’re quacks, bc of guys like SG. Even if it is true we are barely ready for UFOs, the public def isn’t ready to accept visiting spaceships in their dreams. Baby steps. That said this was a good listen thx to JK and Mr Alten. UFOs are real just ask Bigelow Aerospace!

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