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Publisher's Summary

Two people are kidnapped and used in horrific experiments by hideous, lizard-eyed aliens. Strange beings descend in a beam of light to rescue a girl and her father. An alien space craft crashes in Roswell, USA...but some people seem determined to keep it a secret.

Is there intelligent life on other planets? Have beings from outer space visited Earth? Look at the facts and make up your own mind: Is there really someone out there?

©1997 Terry Deary (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Interesting Content. Poor delivery.

The speaker used too many silly voices and it eventually became a distracting. It made this mysterious topic seem quite silly at times, unfortunately.

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Not an accurate history of ufos

No the story was poorly read and factually incorrect with a ton of mockery and bias that I found a smidge offensive and certainly outdated don't waste your money on this one more ufo books on tape will come around. I suggest you start with Leslie Keen's book ufo generals pilots etc go on the record...

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  • J. Scrimshaw
  • 08-08-17

wrong narator but another great book

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this book is not narrated by the great Stephen thorn. instead it is narrated by the equally great denika fairman. just as I remember from my childhood days of listening to this on tape. the book is everything I remember. terry deary has a talent for putting you right there in the middle of the action without leaving your home. couple that with denika's dulset tones and superb narration skills and you have yourself a book that will keep the kids occupied for the afternoon, or a short read for your drive home or lunch break or that couple of hours when you've time to just sit and read. if this book doesn't satisfy you take me to your leader.

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  • Ms. E. Morgan
  • 11-26-16

"Alleged 'true' stories from eyewitness accounts"

Would you listen to True UFO Stories again? Why?

Yes, several times

What did you like best about this story?

Stephen Thorne is my favourite male narrator.

Have you listened to any of Stephen Thorne’s other performances? How does this one compare?

The Cadfael Stories he reads are the best, but he is up to scratch here.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

That the author tells the stories and lets the reader decide how credible they are.

Any additional comments?

Obviously aimed at younger readers i.e. 8-14 years but I still found this enjoyable as an adult. Just wish it was longer.