Ah yes, the first book I borrowed under the new Kindle Unlimited program. This is one of the few actual anti-conspiracy books I’ve read – most folks don’t put that down to paper, preferring not to legitimize the conspiracy advocates with a proper rebuttal. It’s an interesting point of view, I will admit.
As the title says, it covers the “top” five conspiracies. To the author, this means the Illuminati, Jesus Christ’s relationship with Mary Magdalene, Roswell, the JFK assassination, and 9-11. None are covered in much depth, and none get enough page time to really pull off the “hey, this is isn’t a real conspiracy” thing to calm people down (the apparent intention of the book). It’s like a conspiracy primer done as an Afterschool Special.
The book could also use a good edit, proofreading and format, as it was in places rather embarrassing to read, considering this is was a published book. Don’t live up to the stigma, dude! If you want to self-publish, do it right, dammit! Quit making us all look bad.
Also, one doesn’t get very far in terms of credibility using someone like Tia Tequila as a source for information about the Illuminati. Of course, that’s what they’d want you to think…