My rating: 3 of 5 stars
We as a human race tend to dwell on the prospect of conspiracy. The theories are fuelled by rumours or the staging facts which either turn be true, or at times fizzle as a mere rumour. Taking a cue upon the people’s interest, the author brings us one of the most prevalent conspiracy theories from around the world. However are they really what they seem to be?
The book can be depicted in a genre varying from facts to fiction. Despite a researched consideration the book at times seems to embark upon public appeasement. The same can be seen from the coverage on the new world order to the ever favourite Big Foot. However what amused me and hundreds of other readers is the chapter covering theories that have been proven or admitted to be true. Although the theories are in essence stories that crept out of insider discussions or probable speculation, their purpose is to develop a rational among people. Rationality to differentiate between propaganda, paranoia and mass media effect.
I would recommend this book for a quick read while rating it 3 out of 5 stars. Only if the author could cover an entire chapter teaching to differentiate between fact and fiction.