The True Story of Alien Abduction
by G L Davies
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 30 Oct 2020 | Archive Date 16 Oct 2020
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/6th-books/
G.L Davies invites you to join him on his most terrifying investigation yet.
In 2009 one woman from Pembrokeshire believed she was abducted by aliens. What followed was a terrifying ordeal of alien visitation, nightmarish visions, encounters with terrifying creatures, a connection to the past and a prophecy of destruction on the scale never before seen in Pembrokeshire’s peaceful history. Should these events be true, then no one is safe. The harvest has begun…
'Masterfully written and a terrifying true journey into Alien Abduction. The benchmark for all paranormal accounts from the greatest paranormal author of his time.' Mysterious Radio
A Note From the Publisher
A truly brilliant book—insightful, harrowing, and introspective. Mr. Davies has done a great service to the study of the paranormal, giving us much to ponder as we stay awake at night reflecting on the details of this astonishing narrative.
Sylvia True author of Where Madness lies
G.L. Davies has fast become one of the most terrifying writers and investigators of all time. Harvest demonstrates his chilling brilliance that will haunt readers for the rest of their lives.
Paranormal Daily News
Masterfully written and a terrifying true journey into Alien Abduction. The benchmark for all paranormal accounts from the greatest paranormal author of his time.
I really commend G.L.Davies for bringing "Harvest" to us. No spoilers, other than to say it's not for the weak-hearted! Prepare yourself for a thoroughly arresting and engrossing read. Thought-provoking and rewarding.
Paul Anthony Wallis ~ Author of the Bestselling Escaping from Eden
Writing harvest was an act of courage and compassion.
Susan Plunket ~ Author of the Mission from Venus series
Harvest is far more terrifying than Fire in the Sky and a far stranger and disturbing investigation into Alien abduction than Communion. To every person that sniggers at the notion of little green men and Alien abduction prepare to have your belief system challenged and your comprehension snapped. Harvest is a colossal achievement in writing and investigation. Harvest is a LIFE CHANGING read.
Event Horizon Online
G L Davies is a regular guest on shows such as Coast to Coast A.M, TalkRADIO and other radio and podcast shows.
He can be contacted for an interview at email@example.com
He is the host of the popular The Paranormal Chronicles Podcast : https://theparanormalchroniclespodcast.podbean.com/
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Average rating from 15 members
*3.5 stars * How did life on Earth really begin, was it through evolution or divine creation? Well, there’s another alternative, one that is gaining in popularity - and that is that we were engineered by advanced alien beings! So, are we the only intelligent life form in the universe? Stephen Hawking once said “If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans “ Author G L Davies, had spent many years studying the paranormal before he decided to take a closer look at UFO and alien activity reports in his home county of Pembrokeshire in Wales, known locally as the Welsh Triangle. One case in particular stood out, and the story that ‘Susan ‘ (not her real name) related about her alien visitations, and what the aliens have in mind for the human race is a really sobering and frightening tale. I approached this book with an open mind, and discovered an account of repeated alien abductions that Susan had suffered, and her account results in an extraterrestrial nightmare, which was so terrifying and distressing to read, that one has to ask the question, was ‘Susan’s’ account real, or is this someone suffering from delusional disorder? If it is real, then we all have something to worry about. Read it for yourself, then you decide!
This read was way out of my normal genre choices but the description picked my interest. I can honestly say I don’t believe everything presented in this story. It is proclaimed to be a true representation of one woman’s experience being haunted by aliens. Some of the story was alarming, graphic, and very descriptive of what she believes happened to her. The writing was done well, the author does not try to sway our thoughts, he just writes it as he heard it and leaves the rest for us to make our own opinions. I appreciated that. If you believe in the body snatcher aliens then this book will be something you will enjoy. I want to thank John Hunt Publishing Ltd and NetGalley for allowing me the opportunity to read and review this book for my honest unbiased opinion. This one comes in with 4 stars.
I never read non-fiction. I certainly don't read non-fiction alien books! However, something drew me to this book. I have to say I have been left speechless. The whole content is fascinating and terrifying in equal measures. I'm not sure where I stand in terms of belief but it has certainly given me food for thought and I have to admit to resonating with certain things mentioned.
This isn't normally the sort of book I would read but was really interesting. It left me with questions and wondering if there is something really out there.
I received a Galley proof of this book via Netgalley, so a big thank you from me to the Publisher, and of course Netgalley. What’s it all about? Firstly, this is not a book I would usually read and provide a review for, but I’m glad I did. The book is a presentation of a series of interviews centered on a person called Susan, who is experiencing emotional and physical trauma in relation to close encounters of many kinds! This book is not what you think ! It does not lend itself to the usual Alien visitation writings, but is a very human story of courage, strength and more importantly a warning! The writer positions himself as neither an advocate, or repudiator of such claims; but merely reports the testimony and fact checks the information as far as humanly possible. This is a true story, as claimed by the person called Susan. Who is very relatable and ordinary. The testimonies are detailed, torturous and macabre; providing the reader with some very emotionally difficult witness accounts to absorb and understand . What’s good about it? Many things are good about this book, its very readable, and keeps you interested. It also makes you think and keeps you questioning your own position on fact or fiction as the accounts unfold. What’s not so good about it? I personally would have liked pictorial content to support the narrative, but I realise that the difficult subject matter would not have lent itself easily to it. Overall A great book, well written! Are we alone ? Did I think it was fact or fiction ? Well you’ll have to read it and make up your own minds. All I can say it felt real reading it.