If you know anything about the Warminster connection with UFOs you will enjoy this book as a personal record of experiences of this mysterious phenomena and of meetings with fellow ufologists in the Wiltshire town.
The late Arthur Shuttlewood, the Warminster journalist and author who became regarded as a British "expert" on ufology, makes many an appearance in the book. Many UFO sightings are described and an ongoing series of encounters with beings from another world who gave messages via a contactee group that the author and friends formed, are also detailed.
It is written in a very easy to read and follow style, like a diary in many places and gives it a really personal touch as it takes you into the lives of the author and his friends, explaining their backgrounds and what they were doing besides investigating UFOs. Whilst there is perhaps a bit too much information about what the central characters were studying and what jobs they were doing and who they were going out with, on the whole these details make the people far more real to you the reader and they become like people you actually know.
If you were in any way involved in the Warminster UFO mystery, this is a "must-read" and if you are just someone interested in the subject of ufology it comes highly recommended by me.