Chemtrails, HAARP, and the Full Spectrum Dominance of Planet Earth - Elana Freeland
I really don’t expect much from conspiracy books, and thankfully this book surpassed those expectations.
The book was clearly well-researched and put together nicely - very few mistakes, not much ranting or preaching, and overall a very good publication.
BUT! My biggest overall problem with the conspiracy genre is inaccessibility for the average person. I don’t think any “uninitiated” civilian would read past page one, because there is no warm up or lubrication, just jumps right in t very heavy conspiracy concepts and doesn’t explain most of the terms used.
I consider myself a seasoned conspiracy person, and I didn’t understand a lot of the words, phrases, and acronyms used - there IS a glossary, but the explanations should have been in the text.
Overall for a conspiracy book I give it a B+. There was a lot of information and resources that are valuable to those of us already interested in this subject, but I really wish I could recommend it to a general audience, because these topics are VERY important.