The Children of Roswell

  • by Thomas J. Carey, Donald R. Schmitt
  • Narrated by Barry Abrams
  • 6 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Despite the government's best efforts to explain it away, after nearly 70 years, Roswell is a story that just won't disappear. Parents who were present during or immediately after the incident may have passed on, but their children know what happened‚ and have paid dearly for their knowledge. These are their stories. You will finally learn the truth about:


The daughter of a witness to an alien body who discovered that her phone had been bugged for years.
How the US Air Force tried to change the mind of the son of the Roswell intelligence officer in 1995.
What really became of the son of the principle witness, who disappeared in 1960.

These are stories worth hearing that force you to think about why the government would go to such lengths to keep these families quiet.

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Lots of Conjecture, Little Evidence & an Unremarkable Performance

Better writing & organization might have made this a better book. Another book, "Witness to Roswell," covers these "testimonies" more keenly. A good editor might have stripped this book of its many redundancies & duplications. Disappointing. PERFORMANCE: The reader punctuates his droning performance by strangely emphasizing a word or phrase. His attempts at characterization, particularly of female "witnesses" is more distracting than effective.
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- Joshua Irving Gershick

Narrator botches things, nice book nonetheless

I felt the book was good, but at times I was concerned the authors fed me a lot of speculation as absolute fact, and as a long term UFO buff, I did not like that.

However the narrator was the most distracting element of the audiobook even though his voice was very pleasant. He mispronounced Mac Brazel as Mac BraZEL, but worse, Roswell was ROSS Well. Of course these are small pronunciation issues and not in itself worthy of a bad rating but I found that I could not become engaged with the narrators performance as I didn't feel he was familiar with his subject matter. For clarification, would you enjoy an autobiography on Einstein if the narrator called him EinSTEEN? probably not, probably you would think 'the narrator has never heard of Einstein?' And that's why I give it a low score. The narrator has obviously never heard of Roswell, or Mac Brazel, yet was hired to read a book about it. I don't get it.
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- Chris K "serpico7"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-15-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio