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Millennial Hospitality Millennial Hospitality Is Not Like Any Other Book You May Have Read About Aliens You Will Find Out Many New Things Such As, The Answer To The Question, Where Do The Children Of Aliens Play This Book Is About Friendship, Romance, Terror And Is Based On The True Life Experiences Of The Author, Who Claims He Is Not An Alien There seems to be no way to know if Hall s story of Tall Whites is truth, complete fabrication, or something in between This is only the first of, what, FIVE books Hall has written on the subject This book was repetitive and amateurishly written, and could have said all it needed to say in about 100 pages I would guess his entire series could have been one book the size of this first one, and would have been much, much better Frankly, I would like to know what s in the rest of the books, but this one was so tedious to read I have no desire to read further Not unlike Clifford Stone, Hall has a tidy and unverifiable explanation for why he s able to talk publicly about his highly classified alleged experiences If I had to wager, I would bet against Hall s story being factual That said, I leave open the slim possibility that it s true True or not, this book seemed to drag on endlessly and repetitively, and does kind of smack of a guy milking a story for all it s worth, and with a hint of a guy who started writing fiction and got carried away Who knows At any rate, as a reading experience, it sucks Maybe the other four books are better I m not eager to find out. The book, Millennial Hospitality by Charles James Hall, otherwise known as Charlie Baker in the text, reflects upon his tour of duty at Nellis AFB during the 60s Although Mr Hall has many stories to share about his experiences with aliens when he was performing his job as a weather observer, he tends to overuse the convention of dialog and draws out his conversations with a repetitive style that almost annoys the reader For instance, the chapter Doxology could have been completely omitted which would have spared the reader some of this Mr Hall also takes every opportunity to convey to his audience that he is a very special man Perhaps a tad restraint could have been employed regarding the validity of his own merits Mr Hall would have his audience believing that he is the brightest, bravest, most special, and the most level headed man that ever served in the entire history of the US Air Force Granted, some of his exploits did take a lot of nerve, but he over did his own self praises by having other people say how amazing he is at every opportunity On the bright side, Mr Hall s experiences with alien life forms are both informative and interesting He relates several episodes with good ability and there are many stretches in the book that read very well I especially liked the part concerning the interview with the neurosurgeon 336 It was helpful for me to locate a map of Nellis AFB to get a better idea of the various ranges Charlie worked between as a weather observer I would have liked to see something like that included in the content of the book It would have enhanced the text to get an idea of the distances between the different ranges, where much of the alien contact took place Of special interest to this reader, was the similarity between the writings observed from inside one of the alien scout ships and ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics Overall, I liked the book, but it could have been written with cleverness and with less filler words in the form of repetitive dialog. I imagine, in its own weird way, this is what the male equivalent of Twilight must be The writing is terrible, and the story is pretty silly Yes, I know in some UFOlogy circles this is seen as partly factual Ufology aside, this book is about an ordinary, boring, dull individual who is so impossibly special, aliens hiding out in the desert have taken a liking to him Our protagonist is so special, only he can approach them Only HE has a chance to make contact without being roasted Read at your own risk You might be better off rounding up a collection of short stories written by Mrs Elston s Second Grade class during their story writing unit at school Better plots and probably better writing. The character Charley is in denial about the events around him I believe he is doing this to maintain his sanity Even though the book does need tighter editing I found the story to be believable There are some unnerving parts in the story as the aliens come closer to inspect him, but he was smart enough to know if they wanted him dead there was nothing he could do about it, so why fight Other soldiers with his same experience did not fair so well If you love anything on the bizarre and aliens this is the book to read.

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