Area 51

An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base

Non-Fiction - Audiobook
Audio Book
Reviewed on 11/24/2011
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Reviewed by Brenda Ballard for Readers' Favorite

In a remote, desolate area of New Mexico lies a compound so top secret that it wasn't even known about until an insider leaked information to the world. This was not just any government project. No, the workings inside this highly secure area was from out of this world. Literally. Area 51 details began to emerge as one of the government's most secretive operations and perhaps the largest cover up becomes known around the world. Tales of alien spaceships, little alien people and other related galactic obscurities have been seen and, though vowed to complete secrecy, it is felt by at least one that people must know. Stories of alien encounters throughout the decades that proceed are reminisced to the reader and, probably still to this day, denied by the government. "Weather Balloons" are a common bandaid used to explain these eerie happenings; the stories shared in this book will leave the hair on the arms standing straight on end. Doubt of the weather balloon explanation will hang on long after the last word on the last page has been read (or, in the case of this fantastic audio book, heard).

I have always been interested in the lore of Area 51 and found myself clinging to each word, pondering the possibilities. Never again will I naively gaze into the starlit sky and feel that we, the human beings living on the planet earth, are the only beings in the solar system. Every shooting star or out of the ordinary sight makes me wonder..