Communion: A True Story
Publish date: February 1st 1988
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
I'm giving up on this one half way through. I'm tired of rolling my eyes after every paragraph.
I'm a child of the 80's so most of the book hype I remember were Communion and a handful of stuff on bigfoot. Do I decided that after all these years I'd cave and finally give Communion a chance. I do like that Streiber didn't try to over do the dramatic moments in the book and he was very down to e...
PJ’s QUICKIE REVIEW:If you ask me today what monster lurks in my closet and scares the crap out of me, it will always be the same. Aliens. The reason for my fear: Whitley Strieber. I have never experienced such a strong reaction than when I read Streiber’s books. Streiber’s account of his true life ...
I think I read, or skimmed, this book when I was 12 or something. The Christopher Walken movie based on this book was hilarious (And helped me get over my irrational fear of Roswellian Grey Aliens.) I'm gonna give this one a go next time I see it in the Salvation Army where they have about 5 copies ...
This book was stupider than a circular firing squad.