Whitley Strieber is the internationally bestselling author of more than twenty novels and nonfiction works, including "The Wolfen, The Hunger," and "The Coming Global Superstorm," which was made into the feature film "The Day After Tomorrow." He lives in California.
There's enough compelling material to make even the rigid skeptic ask questions. Jeff Ayers, Associated Press No matter your beliefs, Strieber's writing has impact Everyone interested in UFOs, other dimensions, or the mysteries of life will want to read Strieber's new work. Library Journal Interesting and challenging Don t miss it. Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14 astronaut In these pages we have the privilege to watch a great author return to his most famous text and draw out from it more meaning and more secrets I am not certain that I have ever encountered a mystical writer this fearless, this psychologically astute, and this darn clear. Be careful what you read in these pages, then. Both the risks and the rewards are very real from the foreword by Jeffrey J. Kripal, chair of Religious Studies, Rice University Amazing! I devoured this wonderful, important, thought-provoking book at a sitting. Whitley Strieber has done an incredible job here, weaving science with deeply-felt personal experience to tell a captivating, fast-moving story that significantly advances our understanding of one of the greatest mysteries of our time. Graham Hancock, author of "Fingerprints of the Gods""