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Summary

Millennial Hospitality is not like any other audiobook you may have heard about aliens. You will find out many new things such as the answer to the question, "Where do the children of aliens play?" 

This audiobook is about friendship, romance, and terror and is based on the true life experiences of the author, who claims he is not an alien.

©2002 Charles J Hall (P)2018 Charles J Hall

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  • Diana
  • 23-08-18

I really really want to hear this story but . . .

. . . it is a struggle. The writing is not professional and the narration is not professional. I give a lot of leeway to people who write their own stories. And, it is expensive to hire a professional narrator, so I am very appreciative of a person who will narrate their own book in order to get their story out. I have not hesitated to return audio books before because I didn't like the writing or the narration. This book, however, has been a real struggle for me.

The information I am interested in is interspersed within writing that really needed a professional writer's editing. The narration is a reading of the book, without the pauses and inflections a professional narrator would use. I love the convenience of audio books, but will instead switch to the kindle version of these 5 books. I won't return this audio book, the first in the series, but will return the second book which I've already purchased but haven't listened to. I don't think I will finish listening to this first book, but will switch to the kindle version instead.

I very much appreciate the author sharing his experiences and thoughts, the novel format makes it hard to tell what is true, but from reading book blurbs and reviews, it appears that the third book will revisit these stories but in a non-fiction form.

Autobiographies are valuable, and fallible, and this UFO topic is of interest to me. I appreciate very much the author's work. This has been a dilemma for me - while I want to learn what the author has to say - the audio version has been hard to enjoy - due to the combination of both the writing style and narration style - and I find myself going to other books to avoid going back to this audio book. I will buy the kindle books instead.

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  • GingerBredBeardo
  • 28-06-18

compelling

After watching an interview of James Hall I decided to check out this book, I enjoyed it very much, good delivery, very detailed. surprised more military didn't try and thwart this book.

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  • Anirta
  • 21-05-20

Love the storyline, but...

After watching several interviews with Charles Hall, I wanted to read the first book. Assuming of course, more details behind his story. Yes, it has more details. Not wanting be be a “Debbie Downer”, I need to be honest. The book needs some major editing from an actual editor. The audio needs to be edited too. For instance chapter 22, Charles cleared his throat three times. The entire audio sounded echoey and the sound levels weren’t across the board like they should be. I believe the recording was done in a makeshift home studio. Which is totally fine, but an audio specialist should’ve attempted to help edit it too. Overall the story is what I wanted to hear. Albeit the excessive use of adverbs and repetitive conversations. I love the actual story though.

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  • ANGEL BAKER
  • 20-10-19

WOW! I listened non-stop!

Okay, so Charles is not a writer and could use an editor. And, Charles is not an actor or professional reader. That being said, I actually liked the rawness of this book and I appreciate the story being told in the man's own voice and not over dramatized by a pro.

As you can see from my ratings the reduction of stars for story and performance in no way reduced the over all book. I can't wait to finish this review to move on to the next book in the series.

This is a true story of a man who worked "with" real live aliens. No joke. The way he wrote the book makes it easy to understand the progression and relationships with the military brass, enlisted and the aliens. I have been lucky in my life to have met many people who have taken part in reverse engineering, been to area 51, and someone who was peripheral to the alien autopsy. I am overjoyed at this new information on aliens and UFOs. We, all of us, need to know the truth. I am hoping, with all this information coming out, our government will be forthright. Full Discloser Now.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-09-21

Awesomeness

Wow and so much more...
On the edge of my seat....
I will get all Five Volunes..
really want to hear more

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  • Ryan
  • 02-08-21

A new look at things

Great book! I love that he reads it. This plays out things I have researched.
Well done Charlie!

Onto your next book!

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  • Randy Omstead
  • 19-07-21

I couldn’t stop listening!

I pushed play every chance I got! I loved that the story was told by Charlie himself for me it gave the story line a deeper feeling, and man did it have my feelings in a whirlwind! Now if you’ll excuse me I need to download #2!

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  • Beth E. Otoole
  • 08-05-21

Interesting story

As many reviewers have stated the editing and recording need work. But I think you need to look past that. This was clearly an ‘at home’ labor of love project. This is one man retelling the story of his rather incredible life.

No matter what you believe he believes this happened. That’s very compelling. This is a man whose faith has played a big part of who he is. He’s humble about himself, towards himself. But that he mentions that others speak to his intelligence is just him relating and recounting what happened. Not him saying look how smart I am.

If half of this story is true,, then it’s just amazing. Worth the listen if you can be patient with some less than stellar editing.

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  • Jonny Ringworm
  • 30-09-20

Good info weak story

Never met a person who thought so much of his intelligence. I know it’s real fiction, just how the main character is which is supposedly super intelligent(every one tells him constantly that he is). Book is worth a listen, I like Charles hall. But it’s a hard listen.

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  • charles grace
  • 02-05-20

could not stop listening

this is my first book ever. 13 hours long and I listened to in in 24 hours. what a joy