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By Vanessa on 01-01-17
Much better book than I expected!
Where does Bloodline of the Gods rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Top 3 this year
What did you like best about this story?
Only book I have found with a complex break down regarding RH - blood
Which character – as performed by Shaun Grindell – was your favorite?
This question doesn't apply.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I had to re-listen a few times to the characteristics found in RH- people at a high percentage compared to the RH+. Being RH- myself I have always had remarkably low blood pressure and several, pretty much all of the other characteristics. Also the discussion of how RH- people seem to account for a disproportionate number (over 50%) of all abductee accounts, relative to their being only 15% of the population at best. It was a stretch and frightening stretch to suggest Govt's are keeping tabs on RH- people.
Any additional comments?
My only real problem with the book was the author's suggestion and apparent belief that if we discover definitively RH- people have DNA not evolved in the same way as the RH+ folks, then somehow the world will believe there is no God and start freaking out and offing themselves. Why on Earth (lol) would anyone believe just because a small percentage of humans have DNA from "other" this would be concrete evidence there is no God or Creator?! This notion makes absolutely no sense. Evolving from earth monkeys or evolving from monkeys from outer space (or another demintion) does not in any way exclude or threaten we all come from a Creator.
I had to re-listen to make sure I was not misunderstanding. Other than this ridiculous notion the theories put out in this book are surprisingly sound and well researched.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Kimberlina on 12-27-16
This book makes sense. As crazy as it sounds.
Would you consider the audio edition of Bloodline of the Gods to be better than the print version?
I love this kind of stuff but often I can't find books that actually make sense. This one does.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By vincent capitini on 10-17-17
Pretty crazy stuff
This book was easy to listen to. I like how the story did not just ramble on. He instead uses smaller stories and events to tell the overall story.
He makes mention of many books, authors and people. I wish they were referenced so I can easily search for them.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful