I have to admit that I am strangely fascinated by the UFO myths and legends that have become a part of our cultural folklore. I have no idea what they are or where they come from and remain an interested sceptic.
This book gives a straighforward account of the history of UFOs over the last one hundred years or so. It's an easy read but this isn't a criticism - it gives plenty of detail too with original documentation to back up the evidence collected. What I liked was that the author didn't strive to put across any personal POV whilst giving lots of information allowing the reader to draw their own conclusions. Some other UFO books have proved to be very hard going, almost over-laden with detail as every eye-witness account is described in minute detail, this book manages to be clear and informative but not dull.
For anyone with an interest in the subject I'd recommend this as a welcome addition to the more reputable books available.
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