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Mysterious Phenomena and Classified Phenomena

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I actually enjoyed this book, to tell the truth I didn’t see eye to eye with the author with lots of the subjects of the book, actually the author would probably think I am an idiot, but the way it  is written reminded me of older books and I still enjoyed most of the themes. It reminded me of “where the ancients gods astronauts?” Or “project blue book”. 

The only thing I didn’t really like was that it felt short, like for instance the author would talk about a picture or a significant finding and then ask us to research and see for ourselves, most of this things I already did know about it in some extent, but for people reading this kind of book for the first time a picture talks a thousand words, or even explaining the whole story instead of telling us to research that in the internet. Again, I don’t want to spoil the book, and I did find it interesting and amusing. It is a short read, under 300 pages but it is worth of reading even if to open your eyes to new possibilities. 

I even was introduced to a new old show to binge watch, “one step beyond”, its hard to find in most stream platforms but I could find some episodes on youtube and it is a great watch, so thank you Mr whistleblower.  

Thank you NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for the free ARC and this is my honest opinion.
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I've always liked reading books like this but this one fell short for me, I think mainly because it needs a lot of cleaning up.
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This was a very interesting and thought provoking book! While I don't think that this book will be for everyone, or even the majority, I do think that it is a great book for those who already have a deep interest for the content. I love hearing all kinds of different perspectives and finding books about things that are not talked about or talked about very rarely, this is one of those books.
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Horrible format currently but once the grammar and such is cleaned up it will still read like the rantings of a mad man. But that is exactly what I came here for and I had a great time. I love talking about these kinds of things and pulling them apart this just gave me more to talk about.
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I love books like this, I've read them since I was a kid; used to love reading them in bed at night. Still do.

So naturally I loved this.

It's very well put together, it's easily digestible and there were things I'd never read about; which was a plus because sometimes you get these books and they're just identical to one you've previously read.

I recommend this to someone who's into reading about such things, this is a good one.
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When reading this book by an anonymous author called the whistleblower it’s easy to find the stories in this book dubious especially the chapters on his dreams, but when you think about all the things that were once thought to be weird and out of the box it’s much easier to read the stories and give it a little validation if any. In this book especially on his dreams he says in his belief it is an alternate university goes to as he sees an alternate him in at any given time with alternate family members of PS with slight variations. Like different emblems on cars and motorbikes or on one occasion he watched us alternate teenage granddaughter playing a game with friends that was unfamiliar to him I find books on dreams, aliens and other strange non-main stream topics to be so interesting. He also discusses books that were banned from the Bible like Enoch and it’s not a short book it has a plethora of stories and information and I found it all so interesting. I love the strange in obscure and I think that’s what this book would fall under I really enjoyed the spot I received it from NetGalley and the publisher but I am leaving this review voluntarily please forgive any mistakes as I am blind and dictate my review.
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Thank you "The Whistleblower", Netgalley and BooksGoSocial for this free ARC in exchange for a review.

There is a sentence cut off near the beginning of the book, so that needs to be fixed. Also, every sentence ends with a question mark inside a diamond shape, instead of a period, so that also needs fixing.

As the entire book bases it's premise on the author believing that people are like computers and don't have imaginations, thus his dreams "must be alternate realities", I had to stop reading at 12%. The paranormal / conspiracy communities don't need non-scientific nonsense like this making us look crazy and stupid. We need evidence based material only, so that people are open to exploring the nature of reality.
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