There was an error in this gadget

Saturday, 31 March 2012

American Conspiracies by Jesse Ventura

American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us

American Conspiracies by Jesse Ventura


4 of 5 stars
Read from January 29 to February 10, 2012

Gotta say I loved this. At times I found it convoluted and had to be careful, as it was easy to lose some the thread of some of the topics, but I did really enjoy this book. I love the whole conspiracy theory genre and this book delivered beautifully!

I also enjoyed that a very wide array of topics were covered. It was eye opening to me to see that indeed other people were asking some of the same questions that I asked myself! Do I totally buy the whole conspiracy thing? No. But I also don't not buy into it. I guess I feel that when you don't give a straight from the hip answer I feel there's something more that you know, but don't want to share. At the same time I wonder about people who make decisions based on what's best for me... Is it really?

Having said all that I highly recommend this book. It's fun and you might just find out some things you didn't know!

The Solomon Key by Shawn Hopkins

The Solomon Key by Shawn Hopkins










Wow. Just wow. I have to say that I did enjoy this... It was action packed and full of plot twists and turns. It didn't let up for a minute. Sometimes it even seemed to move a little too fast, (if that's possible!)

The main character is a tortured soul who really doesn't seem to believe in much of anything. But after being drawn into a web of intrigue he is able to find some peace that seems to be eluding him. At times it got a little confusing, there were so many players and everyone was after the same thing. I was also a little disappointed that certain topics that were brought up weren't explored more deeply. But that was just because I was interested in how he would tie some elements into the plot. At times I found it a little over the top with all the different plots and sub plots, but again, that's just me.

A really good seamless job of drawing many different elements into the tale, and making you realize that it's not all that far fetched we could end up in a world like the one in this book.

Great book for some thrills and chills.

Friday, 16 March 2012

Currently Reading...

...Messages by John Michael Hileman.  Loving it!  But just read something that I'm thinking is a nod to David Lynch and his amazing series Twin Peaks.  Or maybe not, who know???