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Would you try another book from John A.. Keel and Andrew Colvin and/or Bruce T. Harvey?
Yes, I have already.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
While these ideas are interesting, Keel's ego draws serious suspect on his recounts of things that happened. He's usually always mentioned by people who don't know him, the only one who can calm people, the only one who understands something, supposedly the best investigative journalist ever and everyone else except a select few are pathetic etc. There really are endless examples of this sort of white knighting, self importance through out all of his books and articles.The some people's ego needs to feel superior to everyone else, that it will in fact lie to fit that need. So, while his ideas are interesting and well thought out, his recounts of events are highly unbelievable and are most likely embellished, either on purpose or subconsciously. His name dropping is a bit of a supporting fact.
Again, it's not a horrible book. It's just you really need to keep in mind the guy was an ego maniac and take everything with a grain of salt.
Would you be willing to try another one of Bruce T. Harvey’s performances?
Oh my no. His accents are borderline racist or just absurd. I appreciate the effort, but when you make a man from India sound like a Chinese man, you just need to stop.
Was The Passionate Percipient worth the listening time?
Not really. Everything stated here is echoed in every other book. They're almost all exactly the same thing. Which is disappointing.
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