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I've been a long time fan of Tom Delonge since I was a kid listening to Blink. I've also always been extremely passionate about UFOs, life in the universe, government conspiracy. It's all really interesting to me. And from day 1 when Tom announced his pursuit to expose the truth with the government involvement in UFOs and all that, I was on board and ready to see what he had planned. I've followed everything he's been doing in this. And I recently bought his first book in the process, Sekret Machines, and I really really enjoyed it.
I think the book did a fantastic job shedding light on things maybe some people weren't aware of, and also makes people raise questions about what's really going on in our government, our world. I've done a lot of research in this field, and from reading this book, I've learned things I wasn't even aware of. So that was cool. The book had a solid story, solid characters, and I'm really excited to see where future books takes us. I'm buying the second book Gods, Man, War (or also just known as Gods) this weekend I think which is a more pure non fiction approach to the situation.
Anyways, I just wanted to hear what, if any of you, thought about his book Chasing Shadows. I would ask on /r/books or something like that, but I feel like the discussion would be better and more involved here since it's about this topic/sub. I know I've seen many talk negatively about what he's doing, and I agree, some skepticism is good. But after the wiki leaks a while back, I think it's fair to say he isn't bullshitting us when he says he's used his fame to to help him get access to key people in the government. He also goes on a long explanation of how this happened in the first book and it makes sense. I mean sure it sounds sketchy, but does make sense and coincide with the wiki leaks.
Besides all that though, I was just expressing my own thoughts. So, what did you guys think of the first book Chasing Shadows? I loved it, and can't wait to read the future books, and see the movies/documentaries he has planned for this subject.