UFO: My Lying Eyes A True Story

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Without a doubt soon to be one of the Best Selling Books of the times. You will agree this will catch your interest and have it hanging til the end. From the dynamic beginning to the startling conclusion!
"A meticulously complied true story written with a clever mixture of biography, disclosure & knowledge."
It's finally here...after waiting so long for the truth. 662 pages of truth finally told More

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About Sheryl

AUTHOR ======== ABOUT SHERYL TRIMBLE

Author of Justice in our life time.
Winner of literary awards for her essays -GIRL POWERS- She has written two relationship self help books, SiN LIFE'S UPSIDE DOWNS - SiN LIFE'S INSIDE OUTS. She has co-authored six New Age Guides including... LEARN HOW NEW TECHNOLOGIES CAN BE USED IN ACADEMIA, a study guide for Medical Law. 10 Published eBooks. 4 Selp-help Guides.. With over 14 years of Ghost/Shadow writing.

Sheryl Trimble is a Southerner by birth... now a Southern by choice. With her roots deeply planted in the south. Sheryl feels out of place if she does not have a spring, lake or ocean in sight.

Now with "My Lying Eyes" on the shelves Sheryl Trimble continues her groundbreaking work, as she reveals the greatest disclosure in our time and universe.

On A personal note: Sheryl is down to earth, loves her family, she has three grown children, four grandchildren, She loves writing and is pleased she is fortunate to do this as her primary career and nursing secondary.

No single word is the same in two separate minds ~Sheryl Trimble

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Review by: Elaine Keaton on March 18, 2012 : (no rating)
Not impressed. The price is far too high for the information exchange. Should be $4.00-$5.00. The book is not 662 pages--suggesting a lot of info. It is 157 pages. The writer has yet to develop a mature perspective of the phenomenon and is clearly working out the issues surrounding her "reveal" in the book. The best part of the story/info was the description of the central event for which the book was created. The event was written with enough detail and precision to be quite exciting. Clearly, it was an abduction event that continued over decades, likely generational. Yet, the family involved (a lot of members, too) seem to be unable, even decades later, to acknowledge that anything at all actually happened. As this small area of the story showed her promise as a writer it also suggested she should not be holding back information. If she had more to tell it should have gone into this book, not a later one as the information was slim. The rest, however, was feelings and conjecture. Not that interesting from a serious UFO researcher's or contactee's/abductee's point of view.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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