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The Sumerian Controversy: A Special Report: The Elite Power Structure behind the Latest Discovery near Ur: Volume 1 (Mysteries in Mesopotamia ) Paperback – 3 May 2013

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  • Paperback: 54 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (3 May 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1484836855
  • ISBN-13: 978-1484836859
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.3 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,489 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dr. Heather Lynn is a writer, researcher, and renegade archaeologist. She is president of the Society for Truth in Archaeological Research (STAR) and a member of the World Archaeological Congress. In addition to being featured regularly on radio and television programs, she speaks at various conferences and events throughout the year. Her research topics include hidden history, ancient mysteries, mythology, and spirituality. She lives in New England. Official Website: www.drheatherlynn.com


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Bought this to enhance my knowledge on the Sumerian topic... this is no more than a diary extract and worthless information!!
43 pages of poor reading in a nutshell, would say "sorry to say" but I am not, only £3.33 but finished it in less than 2 hours and really no content, certainly no enlightenment!!
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I did not find the report to be very informative; mostly conspiracy outpouring. If it had a point, it never made it.
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Possibly the worst book I have read. Offers nothing of value to any debate on Sumerian archaeology. I felt completely cheated by the pathetic content of this worthless book [comic would be a better word]. The major part of the work is simply a poor attempt to tie a mess of random information together to create yet another useless platform for conspiracy theory.

There is no 'controversy' & nothing 'special' about the report. A complete waste of time, money & effort. Deletion is the better option rather than having it take up valuable space. If you are an avid follower of conspiracy outpourings, this book probably has something for you. The only thing of value this rambling work of fiction offered was to increase Heather Lynn's bank balance.
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You can find all the information in this book on the Internet, and more, for free, I felt that cheated not only by the content but also the length of the book.
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Not worth the purchase really. The actual writing covers 41 pages, all double spaced. The only information in the "book" could have been condensed into a couple of pages. All we learn about is the discovery of another ancient Sumerian site , containing nothing of real interest - just the usual decorative items and bits of pottery plus some fragments of text which revealed nothing of any earth-shattering significance. She also researched who the financial backers of the project were - that bit was interesting, but nothing she couldn't have just told everyone on her blog. In addition, the amount of grammatical errors was irritating - clearly she did not have it edited professionally. I bought book 2 at the same time so am hoping THAT one is worth the £9.99 price tag. This one should have just been made available as a free download in my opinion.
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The author adds nothing new to the debate
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A brief but eye opener of a book. I believe that if anything controversial were found at the Iraqis dig say, an annunaki portal, the establishment would keep it under wraps.
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Not a book, more just a few sketchy ideas with no detail or proper research, rubbish, not recommended in any respect. Sub standard tabloid journalism at it's very worst. What a waste of money.
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