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The Archangels of Dreamland

3.11 of 5 stars 3.11  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Time Travel, Flying Saucers, Global Destruction.

The Archangels Of Dreamland is a fact-based thriller. It is the story of the Hart family who uncovers the truth behind 1947 incident in Roswell, New Mexico. What they find is a labyrinthine conspiracy and a technology from the future that can destroy the world.

As they race against the clock, the Harts pierce the impenetrable

Paperback, 384 pages
Published May 5th 2006 by Not Avail
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Jared Vincent Lacaran
This book is extremely ridiculous. I've never read any book half as absurd as this one before. The author is worse than James Patterson. I just wasted my bloody money on this one. The plot is so fucking surreal, disgusting, and extremely stupid. I mean, motherfucking angels time travelling to the past (The 1947 UFO Incident), Lucifer taking the form of a freaking supercomputer, the Messiah being born from a 80 year old nun with a wrinkled cunt, angels having human avatars, fucking bullshit. This ...more
Donna Jo Atwood
Quite possibly one of the stupidest books I've ever read! I worry about people who believe in this tripe. If I hadn't been reading this as part of a challenge, I would have returned it to the library much soon and with less wear and tear on the pages.
Not my typical read, but the writing was fast-paced and I really became involved in the story. Some spots were a little so-so, but very entertaining overall.
Sean Kilburn
I must say, this collection of TP (if it would be worthy of cleansing one's self in such a manner,) is such an amalgamation of disjointed ideas and sophomoric writing I found myself hard-pressed to finish the bloody thing. I mean, you only get one life, as I know it. I am known as a journeyman reader - heck, I even finished that horrible 'decology' by L.R. Hubbard (shudder!)just to prove my intestinal fortitude. But this ick offends me, as so many others have such amazing, excellent writing and ...more
Evil exists everywhere. When the book centered on Las Vegas as the capital of evil, I knew it was all going downhill. Very simplistic with a huge agenda. Not my kind of book.
Interesting plot, mediocre writing
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