Who is keeping the secret files? When will full disclosure come? The evidence is REAL and mounting!
I don't even remember how much this costs, but even if it was free, the time wasted downloading it makes this book a rip off. It is not what you think it will be. It is a bunch of lame techno music in between short soundbites about UFOs. You don't learn anything cool. You probably get a solid 10 pages worth of text if you were to transcribe it. I can't believe this counts as an audio book. You're better off downloading a podcast on the subject: ANY PODCAST. Save your money and your time.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
this is a fractured, nonsensical sampling of interview outtakes with no context or back story. I am uncertain why they would sell something like this... It is a sound bite reel. no useful information and presented in an awful manner. Waste of time and money.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Some actual content, other than sound bytes.
What didn’t you like about Timothy Good and Nick Pope ’s performance?
I really like Nick and Tim. Normally they are excellent researchers and writers. Not sure why they lent their names to this lame project. Maybe they had to pay for tuition for their kids at college?
Any additional comments?
I hate to say this, but if your attention span is longer than about three minutes, you'll want to get any of their other excellent books.
I am a big fan of both Nick Pope and Tim Goods work - I was expecting good things from this.
And then all I get is a 50 min 'interview' where both try to plug their books.
I thought this WAS a book - 50 mins of naff interview with awful music for ?13?!
10 of 10 people found this review helpful