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"Cauldron-stirring. [AREA 51] is not science fiction. It is an assertive account, revelatory ... Ms. Jacobsen has put together a set of strong allegations about Area 51's covert history ... Her research into the world of 'overhead,' the aerial espionage that needed to be developed in extreme secrecy, is compellingly hard-hittting ... the book is noteworthy for its author's dogged devotion to her research."―The New York Times
"A compelling narrative of 50 years of covert operations by the CIA, the U.S. military, and the mysterious "Atomic Energy Commission".... Her meticulous research makes for a fascinating read, as it intersperses the accounts of secret government projects with anecdotes from the people who made those projects happen."―Rachel Larimore, Slate
"An informative history...about the creativity, political acumen and courage of the high-flying Cold Warriors who sought to protect the free world in the decades after World War II."―Andrew Dunn, Bloomberg
"Jacobsen's take veers from the standard conspiracy narrative in just about every imaginable respect."―Earl Swift, Popular Mechanics
"What Jacobsen believes happened in the New Mexican desert is more frightening than UFO conspiracies..."―Elizabeth Bair, Dallas Observer
Annie Jacobsen was a contributing editor at the Los Angeles Times Magazine and is the author of the New York Times bestseller Area 51. A graduate of Princeton University, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons.
very good book,very well researched,lots of facts and revelations,i would recommend this book to any one remotely interested in area 51Published on Feb. 20 2013 by roger parsons
full of crap if what she says about the 1947 roswell crash is true it would not still be classifiedPublished on Aug. 10 2012 by ray
I would recommend this book to all non fiction readers.
The book is well researched and even at times contradicts "disinformation" that has been put out there through the... Read more
Whether you are a conspiracy theorist or not you will find the book intriguing, mysterious, informative and well investigated. Read morePublished on Aug. 24 2011 by Roger R. Poirier
As I began reading this book, I immediately became absorbed by the historical details, since this was the period I was personally familiar with, having read news articles about... Read morePublished on July 23 2011 by Uncle Uggy