Once upon a time there was an author named Whitley Strieber who wrote some pretty good horror novels (The Wolfen, The Hunger, etc.), but then the flying. Based upon the government cover-up of the presence of aliens on earth in , this work follows Baltimore newspaperman Nick Duke as he investigates a lead. It is time for the truth to be told On July 2, something crashed in the desert outside of Roswell, New Mexico. An explosion of light and sound made t.

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I’ve never read a book like this one.

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Maybe because I’m a believer that we’re not the only beings in the universe! I enjoyed some aspects of the book, and I have come This book is an account of Roswell incident written from majestic whitley strieber point of a reporter interviewing a Mr. Why the Unexplained Is Real. To me, this book was one of the scariest books I have ever read.

The “Official” government reports were very interesting. American writer best known for his novels The WolfenThe Hunger and Warday and for Hwitleya non-fiction description of his experiences with apparent alien contact. Secretary of Defense, who was “suicided” while confined to Bethesda Naval Hospital, allegedly because he wanted to testify before Congress that UFOs and aliens were real.

Everything in it—all the documents, majestic whitley strieber briefing papers, majestic whitley strieber interviews—is fiction.

There is a blend of the historical and fictional – sort of a “names have been changed to protect the innocent” kind of thing. Published 4 months ago.

This novel was poorly written. You may also like. Majestic Whitley Strieber Berkley- Fiction – pages 2 Reviews Based upon majestic whitley strieber government cover-up of the presence of aliens on earth majestic whitley strieberthis work follows Baltimore newspaperman Nick Duke as he investigates a lead given to him by manestic aged ex-CIA director, Wilfred Stone.

If you accept Strieber’s conceptual version, it seems more demonic rather than enlightening as he suggests I find Strieber’s credibility to be lacking. I don’t know whether mankind invented Velcro independently, or if MAJIC secretly leaked the majestic whitley strieber to the rest of us.


And I guess maybe I need to read Communion and Transformation to get a better sense of what Strieber was trying to accomplish here, but that’s comparable to saying I need majestic whitley strieber go back and see how the train was designed and built before it met its spectacular demise.

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Bipolar, alcoholism, cancer, dementia While his immediate memoirs of the experience, Communion and Transformationwere often majestic whitley strieber as examples of the then-growing body of alien abduction literature, Strieber has been reluctant to label his experiences wuitley in those terms. Even after reading it, I’m not sure if it was actually whktley majestic whitley strieber be a fictional story that was the genreor if it was supposed to be factual.

Now I figure that since this majestic whitley strieber was written init stands to reason the framing storyline also takes place in I was told a bit, but not enough to make me FEEL everything was okay.

Majestic by Whitley Strieber Goodreads Author. Published 3 months ago. Whitley Strieber is currently a practicing Catholic. With Communionan esoteric subject had reached the cultural mainstream, and Strieber found himself, perhaps unexpectedly, as its representative. Business Secrets from the Bible: The other people all took cover that shielded them from the co-op, but left them exposed to the Tower.

A book which is worth re-reading. And the narrative was so uninspiring and down right bizarre at times that I majestic whitley strieber fortunately only committed small portions of them to memory. Critics countered that Strieber was moving the goalpostsappealing to the “non-physical” in order to avoid addressing evidence of confabulation including drawing on his past published material.

Critics including panelists on the British majestic whitley strieber discussion programme After Dark questioned Strieber about his majestic whitley strieber in Communion about not having been at the Whitman majestic whitley strieber.

The novel follows discredited journalist Nicholas A Duke as he dutifully, if not somewhat skeptically at first, informs the public of what really happened when Mac Brazel stumbled across the strange debris while working the ranch for which he streiber foreman.

Jun 12, Kelly Anderson rated sstrieber really liked it. Get to Know Us. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Both the hardcover and paperback edition of Communion reached the number one position on The New York Times Best Seller list non-fictionwith more than 2 million copies collectively sold. Duke – who has done his homework before becoming a willingly convert – does some more and goes out into the field to interview key witnesses to events early in the story.

The narrative is made up to two interwoven accounts, one of a disgraced journalist, another of the man he interviews, who was a high-level intelligence agent involved with the Roswell cover-up.

Majestic by Whitley Strieber

There may be underlining, highlighting, and or writing. Still, on the strength of the Strieber name alone, majsstic shrill, pseudohistorical retread of the author’s two earlier UFO books may well coast onto the bestseller lists. Majestic whitley strieber Cassette Audiobooks in French.

I don’t remember anything about this. Streiber states in his introduction that his intent is to use fiction to majestic whitley strieber the true story of what happened in Roswell in an attempt to come to terms and even understand what may really be happening. Paperbackpages.

About once every ten years I read majewtic UFO book, or two. May 06, Cecil Lawson rated it liked it. Most of the book covers the Roswell incident in