It takes guts to do what Chattanooga, Tennessee reviewer Brian McDonald of UFO Book Review just did. He revised his review of A.D. After Disclosure from a fairly harsh criticism to a more positive outlook after he thought about it for a while. As Brian wrote us, "It's my belief that critical thinking, or the use of systematic thinking is a skill that many people lack today, but is one of the most crucial skills a person can acquire and use."
We won't say much more than that, but will let you look at it and evaluate it for yourself.
Brian stumbled upon his first UFO book by accident while browsing the science section of his local book store and casually flipped through the pages. It piqued his interest enough that he read the book in the following three days. Here's what Brian says on his YouTube page on the subject:
When one stops to ponder the Milky Way Galaxy and the estimated 100-400 billion stars it contains, it is only natural to ask the question, "are we alone?"
If indeed it turns out we are alone in the universe or we discover a cosmos full of life, either result has profound implications for us.
With an estimated 200-500 billion galaxies, and 300 sextillion stars "out there" in the Cosmos, perhaps one of the most important questions we can ask - Are we alone?.
It is the question of our time. Brian is an avid reader, as you can see, who's devoured books on topics that include quantum physics and current events and history, and now includes UFOs. We all welcome Brian, and people like him, to the fray.
More than that, however, what he has done here -- even though it is to our favor and we appreciate it -- is that he has shown the way forward for UFOlogy: an open, thoughtful mind, the ability to take in new information and evaluate it and, sometimes, to make changes.