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The Communion Letters

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They are called Others, Visitors, Grays, Friends or Strangers. No one knows who or what they are. But due to the intense investigations of the past few years, resulting from the publication of the controversial bestseller "Communion, " their reality is no longer a question.These letters, often awkward, sometimes incredulous and always searingly honest, document the fact th ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published December 31st 1997 by Eos (first published December 1997)
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Apr 05, 2008 Kevin rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: the open minded
Powerful accounts from people who are not afraid of our society's derisive and superstitious views against the possibility of an imminent and higher form of intelligence than our own.
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Jan 07, 2017 Nathan Sloan rated it liked it
This book has an alien face on the cover. It's about alien's, right?


For starters let me say that I liked the book. To me, three stars is where books that I liked, but that weren't particularly amazing, live. Now, what keeps it from being particularly amazing I will deal with in the rest of this review.

In my opinion, these are mostly the letters of people with some mental issues writing someone that they hope can help them. Or maybe they are folks in desperate need of attention, writing the
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Let me tell you a rambling, disjointed story about a dream I had when I was seven...
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I decided to pick this up because it recently got re-released as an ebook.

This is a collection of letters received by Anne and Whitley Strieber after the publication of the latter's book Communion, and some its subsequent follow-ups. (The book came out originally in 1997.)

I've always enjoyed Strieber's Communion books because a) he's a novelist, so he knows how to tell a story b) the stories he recounts are by turns freaky and fascinating and c) they satisfy a part of me that is intrigued by the
Lunatics write letters to their king, Whitley Strieber, about the imaginary adventures they have had with their imaginary friends. Hijinks ensue.
Jun 12, 2013 BrinStardust rated it it was amazing
This was an awesome compilation of compelling, true stories. I read it every moment I had the chance to. Seriously mind-blowing and if you're a believer, skeptic, whatever, it's worth the read.
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Great compilation of experiences.
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American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a non-fiction description of his experiences with apparent alien contact. He has recently made significant advances in understanding this phenomenon, and has published his new discoveries in Solving the Communion Enigma.

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