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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Mixed feelings on whether this was worth the listen. The basic story was interesting, and based on facts, rumors and educated speculation regarding what the US government is doing with their knowledge of UFO technology. What spoiled it for me was the continuous in-your-face liberal democrat love-fest, and anti-Republican, anti-Trump diatribes. The author should have avoided the obvious bias he has against Republicans in general, and Trump in particular.
What did you like best about this story?
The author effectively weaved fact and evidence-supported rumor with a good story about how the "deep state" and their military industrial complex masters have withheld vital technology for the sake of profits and maintaining power. Unfortunately, the author continuously blames conservatives and Republicans, in spite of the documented evidence that his beloved democrats are up to their ears in corruption with that hated military industrial complex.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
In general, the story was paced well up until the end, when it seems the author rushed through the final chapters, leaving many questions hanging,
Did Undisclosed inspire you to do anything?
The basic story line was familiar to me, as the underlying theories have been put forth many times over the years. The story did prompt me to download other books related to the subject matter.
Any additional comments?
Again, a great story marred by obvious political bias and a rushed ending.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
The performance was excellent. The book would be only half as long without the DNC mantras spaced throughout. Then again, if you deny any of it, people just cry "cognitive dissonance!". If only half of Greer's theories are true, then disclosure proponents should embrace President Trump instead of attacking him. This is because he is as equally hated by the Shadow Government as they are.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful