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It's Tiny !!!
on 15 September 2013
First impressions on receipt where of shock. This "book" is tiny, barely 100 pages and it would easily fit in your trouser pocket.
Nothing wrong with a handy reference guide but to charge £7 for it is outrageous.
Anyway the review is supposed to be about the content, so here we go. As stated in the description the author does not go down the "conspiracy theory" route and therefore leave himself open to the ignorance of unthinking tabloid readers. Instead he just concentrates on the facts, leaving the reader to make up their own mind. Basically it just shows how the official story cannot possibly be true, whilst avoiding theories as to what really happened. The book spends most of it's first half concentrating on the collapse of buildings 1 and 2, with barely a reference to the mystery of building 7. There is hardly any mention of the biggest mystery (in my mind) of the lack of aircraft debris or significant damage to the Pentagon.
This book could have been so good if the author had just taken the time to write a few hundred more pages.
As a refresher, quick reference guide it's OK but not a serious investigation into 9/11 in my opinion.