In this book, intrepid UFO pioneer Moseley visits Wright-Patterson Air Force to get to the bottom of the saucer mystery. Were dead aliens and crashed ships from places like Roswell, New Mexico brought to Wright Field for further study? Moseley, in his own humorous way, aims to find out.
A poor design to Audible website requires me to select at least 1 star for each category. My actual rating is 0 stars.
I really enjoy all types of writing. While this book was written as a collection of stories tied together quite well, I stopped listening to this audio book 3 times and each time I restarted listening, I quickly found it painful to continue listening.
I listed to this book over a 2 day road trip and finally gave up and will now; stop trying.
I'm sure there are those that will disagree with my opinion and I am totally fine with that.
I wish I listened more closely to the sample.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
The storyline meanders and is filled with non sequiturs. The language used is hokie and the presentation (narrator) spoke like an awkward 6th grader reading from a book in front of an audience. Periodically the author used non existent words in telling the story.
What was most disappointing about James W. Moseley’s story?
The author often stated that he did not fully document some details but presented what he remembered.
What didn’t you like about Barry Eads’s performance?
He read like a child, strange and awkward pronunciations. He often sounded childish. I actually thought the book was a parody for the first few moments.
Any additional comments?
It took 4-5 chapters to actually get to the point that the title of the book advertised.