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Alien Invasion - Inside Area 51 by [Mariano, Patrick]
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The tinfoil hat guys will love this book. Those with a fair amount of knowledge on conspiracy theories will see this for the utter rubbish it is. Dont expect anything new, its mostly a retelling of every other conspiracy theory mixed with what is obviously the authors personal opinion. So why should you buy a completely different book ? I'll tell you :

The author claims to have been handed various files, to keep, detailing where he should go and what he should do by various CIA personnel BUT does he provide these in the books as evidence ? Nope. You're expected to just believe that he has two files without a simple scan or picture. During the entire 'visit to Area 51' he admits that he was not allowed to take any recording device, meaning that the entire book was written by memory and a small 'note block'. An entire 3 day interview and detailed information on anti gravity just on a note block ? And yes, the anti gravity information is identical to that found in many other books that handle the subject with much more efficiency and know how than the engineers the author met in Area 51. No details are given as to what the place looks like (because we could check satellite images), just the underground areas which contain the usual transport shuttles and UFOs in storage, none of which can actually be proven.

Then it gets real stupid ! The CIA, for some reason wanting to expose the 'truth', show him a family of Chupacabra (Bigfoot) being nursed by humans, playing with dogs, and being trained to kill reptilians ! David Icke is kicking himself for not thinking that one up. Then he gets on an alien APC vehicle before being allowed to 'fly' the vehicle around the base ?!
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Thoroughly good read although scary if it is to be believed. Love to know more about this author and look forward to any updates. Although a natural sceptic who is becoming better read on the subject generally, many of the things explored (facts reported?) fit with my growing belief that humans, or a form of human being, have inhabited earth many thousands of years before current history would have us believe. Recommended
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Rubbish from start to end. For starters, the author cannot even get his basic facts straight.

So-called Area 51 isn't anywhere near Edwards AFB, but Nellis, the former being in California, not even Nevada ("I am currently based with a detachment of the Edwards Air Force Base, which we call Groom Lake – also generally referred as Area 51").

As for the Roswell thing, 1950 - 4 years = 1946; Roswell took place in July 1947 ("The first RFS was issued to our department in June 1950, four years after the Roswell incident in New Mexico."). The list goes on...

Aside from that, the whole (mercifully short) thing piles up repeat upon repeat of basically the same PC stuff, the "interviewees" covering the same grounds by 80%, so you basically re-read the same things described differently. Yawn...

Even as fictional entertainment, it doesn't cut the mustard.
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If you're a fan of programs like ancient aliens and unsealed alien files, or just want to know what was really found at Roswell then this is the book for you. The author claims to have been inside area 51 and shares that information in this hard to put down book. Some of it sounds certainly possible and other parts are hard to believe, and sound very far fetched. Whether you read this book as factual with an open mind or decide to enjoy it more as a work of fiction, it's well worth reading.
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Unbelievable rubbish
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Very good read
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