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Communion: A True Story

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On December 26, 1985, at a secluded cabin in upstate New York, Whitley Strieber went siding with his wife and son, ate Christmas dinner leftovers, ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 3.334
cokycola

Not credible

by cokycola on Apr 10, 2014

There is an amusing anecdote about the author being assaulted by Mr. Peanut at a parade long ago. Or feeling threatened. Or something. Other than that, this book is very silly. No one doubts that individuals who claim abduction experiences are experiencing something. But that something is almost certainly sleep paralysis and/or psychological trauma. There's a reason the anecdotes are almost always late at night, in remote areas, while asleep, unverified and unverifiable with photos or third-party witness accounts. Yet Mr. Strieber doesn't even discuss sleep paralysis. Don't waste your time on this.

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Mendicant

Interesting read

by Mendicant on May 14, 2009

A fair and honest treatment of a controversial subject. The author approached the topic of UFO's as impartially as possible given his personal encounter with the unknown.

Chipmunk

Taking 'Communion'

by Chipmunk on Jan 17, 2008

Communion is a beautiful description of a talented writer's descent into the unknown. He grapples with his own sanity as he discovers a reality that many would rather keep hidden. A beautifully-written and sensitive story that will make you question everything you believe is real.

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