This book had wonderful reviews, both on Goodreads and BookDepository (4.5 stars).
As I had been aware of the existence of chemtrails and HAARP for some time, I was hoping for lots of details. Sort of an ‘inside scoop’, if you like.
After reading just a couple of pages, I already knew I was not going to like this book.
The language was convoluted and hard to read. I often had the feeling that the author was trying to describe things that she didn’t fully understand, and so, had a hard time explaining them to her readers. Much of the book also feels like an homage to her friend C. Carnicom. There’s also a lot of speculation and suspense building.
All in all, I didn’t find anything new or interesting in the book. But I feel I have to mention that it was published in 2014, so maybe it was a good book back then …