By J. Allan Danelek
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (December 2008)
Pages: 237 – Price: $15.95
Review by Lee Prosser
J. Allan Danelek’s UFOs: The Great Debate is an entertaining, educational look at extraterrestrials, UFOs, prospects for first contact, and the numerous government cover-ups. It is a book that will interest those interested in such topics, and for a fine introduction to the material, Danelek offers to the reader a first rate reading experience.
There are no photos or illustrations to distract from the excellent prose which develops its themes in clearly written and enjoyable language. Nothing is left to chance. If there is something to be said, J. Allan Danelek says it straight-forward.
Following the introduction, the book is divided into three parts, followed by an eye-opening appendix titled “An Alien Perspective on Earth,” and a bibliography. The bibliography guides the reader to other sources for additional investigation.
Part One of the book covers extraterrestrials, the question of life in outer space and other worlds of live, the debate over such live, alternative UFO theories which covers why these aliens would want to visit Earth, and other topics. Part Two covers the governments cover-ups, and why they took place and continue to take place. There is a discussion with current facts surrounding the world-famous UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico.
Part Three covers contact. Chapter Fifteen discusses the future and what lies ahead for the UFO debate, and why.
This is a well-constructed, logical, and plausible book. It is nonfiction and reads quickly! It is the type of book that is known as an exciting page-turner, and well-worth your time to read! For an enjoyable look at UFOs, this should be at the top of your reading list. Excellent.
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