Tuesday, 4 May 2021

Reading List - April '21

What I've Read This Month

Here's all the stuff I read in April...



UFO Encounters: How High Strange Events Transform Human Perception by Angelia Sheer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a compendium of cases the author has researched, and it's fascinating to get a glimpse of how a UFO investigation works and the kind of testing done and equipment used. The cases themselves range from the intriguing to the outright creepy, and I liked the way Sheer linked them together to show how they had aided her in forming some conclusions on the phenomena.



The Rochdale Poltergeist: A True Story by Jenny Ashford
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Really interesting and objective account of poltergeist activity in the UK. It's presented in a very straightforward and nonsensationalist manner - and is all the more thought provoking for it.



The Haunting On Park Road: A Memoir Based On Terrifying True Events by Andrew Hopkins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Engaging mix of spooky going ons and a coming of age memoir; I really enjoyed it!



Poltergeist - The Night Side of Physics by Keith Linder
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I found this somewhat heavy going, though a more enjoyable way to think about quantum physics than a straight textbook, for sure! The criticism of past research and conclusions quickly gets kind of repetitive, but the book does raise lots of interesting ideas to consider in terms of the future of paranormal study.



Star Wars A New hope Activity Book

To celebrate the season, this month's book giveaway is for a Star Wars Activity Book. With stickers. You know you want it. For a chance to win just fill out the gleam widget below by June 2nd.

Star Wars Activity Book



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