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What do you know about traveling through time and space?

Are you keen to learn about it?

This book will tell you about space and time and it will explain vital terms in a simple yet factual way that does not blind the listener with science.

It will tell you about the vitally important topics of the solar system, flight, and light.

It will introduce you to the fascinating topics of black holes, dark matter, and wormholes, which are so important to anyone with an interest in space and time.

The book finishes with chapters about UFOs, both modern and ancient, who we believe carry those who have already mastered space and time, and a light-hearted look at those who see them as a threat.

©2017 KIV Books (P)2017 KIV Books

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New age book on aliens - little on time travel

First half of the books is generic science trivia on almost every conceivable topic. The main purpose seems to be to talk about new age flim flam: Elvis and UFOs, Easter Island, lost advanced civilizations, the ark of the covenant as alien technology, Atlantis, Ancient astronauts, angels and demons, Reptilians, etc. Evidence for the claims seem to be based on the fact that if you google these topics, you get lots of hits. Ha! Ultimately, I wouldn't care but the book pretends to be about the science of time travel. Standard bait and switch. Will ask for a refund. (I gave two stars on Performance since the Indian woman reading the book butchered the pronunciation of "David Bowie" - who also saw a UFO).