1996 Best Download || [Gloria Naylor], 1996, Gloria Naylor, This fictionalized memoir of the award winning author Gloria Naylor tells a story of a massive covert surveillance operation perpetrated against her by an official of the U S government This domestic spying both destroys the peace and tranqui, 1996 Best Download || [Gloria Naylor] - 1996, This fictionalized memoir of the award winning author Gloria Naylor tells a story of a massive covert surveillance operation perpetrated against her by an official of the U S government This domesti

  • Title: 1996
  • Author: Gloria Naylor
  • ISBN: 9780883782637
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover

1996

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  1. When a person says they are stalked, I can believe them When a person says they were investigated rigorously by the government, I can believe it Believe me, I can believe it We all have stories to tell in this post 1984, post 9 11 age But when a person tells me that the government has been reading their mind with a computer and a type of satellite, typing in responses to their thoughts in an abusive argument, not only can I not believe it, but it brings into doubt even the rational, reasonable a [...]


  2. This book reminded me of Michael Crichton s book Next, which cryptically says that the book is a work of fiction, except for the parts that aren t What parts of this book was I supposed to believe And now I m probably on a government watch list and will be subject to microwave based mind control, all for reading a poorly written, anti Semitic book that stands in desperate need of editing.



  3. The telling of the story was rather matter of fact, which didn t particularly grab me, but at the same time I m not sure it could have been told any other way Most paranoiac works seem unbelievable because of the presupposed organization of those allied against the subject, but here they were exactly as bumbling as one would anticipate Which made it all the frightening EDIT I sold this book back but then I COULD NOT STOP THINKING ABOUT IT so i bought it again I severely underrated it.


  4. This was a very difficult read because although it is categorized as fiction the book is supposed to be based on true events that occurred in the author s life I found it difficult to believe anyone could garner as much attention from local and federal authorities based on an 1 person accusing them of being anti Semitic Even though Ms Naylor is a great author and there s nothing actually wrong with the writing itself, the story is too unbelievable One thing I didn t like was the lack of actual c [...]


  5. I don t know how to rate this book, but didn t want to give it no stars, because it is worth reading But what can you say about a book that is fascinating and tragic for none of the reasons its author intended


  6. Wow Such negative reviews.I read this when it first came out It is not that unbelievable.If I remember correctly in the back of the book she listed actual accounts of these happening If you google mind control you will see it I wonder if anyone reads this now in 2018 if they would feel the same way.Very real and very scary to me.Gloria my friend i ve never thought you were crazy Rest in peace beautiful.


  7. Let me begin by saying, I hate the part where the little cowardly shits on the voice to skull computer program drive Naylor to a psych doctor This is NOT schizophrenia but instead an actual brain torture technology like she claims.People will insist it isn t real,but then introduce a mind controlled video game and they believe that.Go figure This crime is so heinous, and it s perpetrators so mentally ill,obsessive, and cowardly, it is just too miserable for some to accept it happens.Naylor tells [...]


  8. The thing that I like most about this book was how Naylor left you wondering what was fiction and what was nonfiction I think it s way too easy to dismiss this book as a failure on Naylor s part as a writer and as a book about the reality of paranoia and surveillance If nothing , I walk away from this book thinking and about the NSA s power and control over everyday people One of the things that is markedly clear in this book is the power that the NSA has, which we will never fully know about [...]


  9. I am not done yet It was a short easy read but very uncomfortable It s a novel about surveillance and or paranoia but the back cover blurbs refer to it as non fiction It is based on a true story the author s 1996 I had trouble picking it back up It obviously struck a chord that, as of yet, I m unable to hum.


  10. This was engaging and thought provoking I was easily wrapped into the author s chronicling her background and writing career Then the series of events that led to the monitoring of her activities really kept my interest level high Now I d also like to visit that island


  11. Read this book in an afternoon It is VERY disturbing It was good, but I cannot recommend it Is it supposed to be a book of fiction or an actual account of something that happened to her Again, very disturbing I need a shower after reading it Completely unexpected.


  12. This is a fictionalized memoir of how the author believes she was being controlled and monitored by the government No, really.


  13. I waited one year for this book to become available at my public library Hmmm, not Gloria at her best She could have done so much with this, but she s still my favorite author