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Posted July 14, 2014
I'm glad this book was in the bargain bin. It's has a lot of ta
I'm glad this book was in the bargain bin. It's has a lot of tantalizing subjects that it covers, but it is by no means a history book. There are some things in it that are just plain wrong and show where the author didn't do his research on the subject. The part I found unacceptable for a book posing as a history book was his obvious disdain for alternate theories on some of the subjects. For instance the chapter on the Nazca Lines where he opens up with calling Erich Von Daniken a fraud and goes on to say anyone that shares his views must be on drugs. Completely out of line for a book posing as a historical and scientific look at mysteries. In short, if you do purchase the book, get a book with real facts afterword to get a more accurate view of the mysteries.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.