by JF

REVIEW: Must Read (but beware of the Acronyms)

I don’t mind the fact that so much of this book is conjecture: on a reality the specifics of which the gov’t keeps hidden, that’s all we’re left with is conjecture much of the time. So that’s okay, and the author does a fine job of including facts where he can.
This is a book that needs to be read if only for potentialities, not for what we already know.

My only complaint about this book is the author’s annoying affinity for ACRONYMS. The guys loves them, and he bombards the reader with them, till the reader’s head is swimming, then drowning, in acronym after acronym. Other authors dealing with like subjects which deal with a lot of acronyms will break up the monotony by sometimes going to the trouble of writing out the whole phrase once in a while. Not this author. Once this author introduces another acronym, you’d better remember it or have your acronym key handy, otherwise you’ll start to sink, because you will never again be reminded what the heck this or that gov’t agency acronym stands for. So good luck.

That complaint said, this is a book which ought to be read to better find out what nefarious chicaneries our gov’t might be up to now.

Rating: Δ Δ Δ Δ