By Micah Hanks
In what I’m proud to announce as being the very first public review of my new book, The UFO Singularity, the fine folks over at The UFO Iconoclasts have procured a very thorough and thoughtful analysis of my upcoming title (that’s right, I said “upcoming”… but here’s a little secret: you can already buy copies in print, and for Kindle, on Amazon.com by clicking here).
Here’s a bit of what they had to say about it over at the UFO Iconoclasts site:
“Mr. Hanks provides almost every view extant about UFOs: what they are, where they come from (he likes the time-travel scenario), and what they portend, as the phenomenon drives us and itself toward Mr. Hanks’ singularity concept… What I like about the book – and there are many things to like – is the extensive esoteric material about UFOs: the 1890s airship sightings, the alleged Nazi “flying saucer” creations, and witness accounts that are not prominent in the UFO literature.”
“[T]he book is encyclopedic without being stuffily so. It contains references to physics, metaphysics, science generally, and fringe topics — Mr. Hanks is a Fortean – and things that we discuss at our blogs, and you will find intriguing, enlightening.”
You can read the entire review at the UFO Iconoclasts website by clicking here.