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Ties turns into a nightmare when Archons attempt to take over his mind Famed journalist Carla Bertelli becomes a key player in a psychic war that could destroy the world as she goes behind the scenes to d. Final Update December 30 2019I m being generous when i give this book 2 stars but it was okay for what it wanted to be namely a novel that allows Dave Hunt an opportunity to share his ideas about demons and extraterrestrial life and New Age philosophy and Christianity I disagree with all of his basic assumptions on those topics so it s no surprise that i wasn t wowed by the story The writing is mostly competent but freuently clunky The characters are almost real people that you can almost care about or cheer foragainst The action scenes are subpar I wanted to totally hate this book and rate it as one of the worst i ve ever read but it s not that bad Also full disclosure this is NOT science fiction If this book must be put into a literary ghetto aka genre it is Christian fiction Secondarily it could be deemed a political thriller or spy novelFrom earlier in DecemberSomeone else asked the same uestions thousands of us must ve asked ourselves How did this book make the list of 100 books to be voted on for PBS s The Great American ReadShort Answer I believe someone on the 13 member advisory panel convinced the other 12 members that Mind Invaders should be one of the finalistsI believe there s no way it was among the top 100 titles after the initial survey I base my previous assertions on this book s complete lack of popularity on Goodreads only 164 have rated it as of Dec 2019 I think this is a fair way to measure the relative popularity of a book and 164 votes in a community of millions is clear evidence that it doesn t belong on a list of books vying to be crowned America s Best Loved BookI feel strongly this book doesn t belong on the list In fact i think its inclusion is insulting to lovers of good books I would like to ask the listmakers directly to explain its inclusion I would expect an open letter repenting their sin of commission i m also going to post this as a reviewLong AnswerAccording to the official website the Great American Read GAR selection process began with a survey of 7200 people Next a 13 person advisory panel tallied and organized the listvotes based on our five selection criteria 1 only one book per author 2 any book in a series counted as a vote for that series 3 books had to be available in English 4 only novelsCriterion 5 though opens a loophole Each advisory panel member was permitted to select one book for discussion and possible inclusion on the top 100 list from the longer list of survey resultsAt least one advisor must have had some agenda for convincing the other 12 to include Mind InvadersThe Archon Conspiracy on the final list world class sales job if you ask meSome stats to support the overwhelming consensus that this book does NOT belong1 PBS began airing episodes of The Great American Read in May 2018 and the results of the final votes aired in Oct 2018 Mind Invaders finished 952 In Jan 2019 I logged the of ratings on Goodreads for all 100 finalists Mind Invaders had only 136 ratings which was by far the lowest Note when i say or less popular i will mean or fewer ratings on Goodreads3 In December 2019 as i type this answer only 28 people had rated Mind Invaders for a grand total of 164 ratings Seems this book didn t invade many minds even though it finished 95th4 The next least popular book on Goodreads was Do a B rbara It was written by a Venezuelan politician in the 1950s It had 3053 ratings That s 20 times as many ratings as Mind Invaders And even though Do a B rbara finished 100th in the GAR voting it had 318 ratings in December in other words 10 times as many new readers compared with Mind Invaders5 The 50th most popular book from the GAR top 100 was Crime and Punishment with 515596 ratings In December it had 43000 new ratings5 The most popular book was Harry Potter with 57 MILLION ratings It had 500000 new ratings6 The 87 most popular books on Goodreads all had than 100000 ratings in January In other words even the 87th most popular book on the list was than 700 times popular than Mind Invaders on Goodreads And fewest new ratings between Jan and Dec for the top 87 was 6700 again hundreds of times than Mind InvadersDid the GAR advisory board think this book would fill a gap If so what possible gap was it fillinga There s obviously no shortage of white male American or Christian authorsb Did they think there wasn t enough science fiction Even using a very conservative definition of SF i d say at least 10 other SF books made the top 100 Ten percent of all the finalists for one genre is arguably too many but no reasonable claim can be made that than 10 SF books must be includedc Did they think explicitly Christian stories were underrepresented I might be hyper sensitive to Christian themes but Chronicles of Narnia indisputable The Shack Left Behind Pilgrim s Progress indisputable This Present Darkness indisputable Gilead Six books that strive to reinforce and share Christian beliefs is definitely than enough for a list of 100 books Further the 6 i listed are inarguably popular than Mind Invaders Consider No other religion has than ONE book to represent its ideas Consider The Alchemist is definitely explicitly Christian It explicitly favors Coelho s nonspecific pantheism that also freuently borrows from Islam Maybe the advisory board thought Phew we ve got one book that represents the almost 2 billion Muslims in the world In America that s enough or too much positive representation of IslamConsider Can t most Christians easily agree with manymostall of Coelho s religious ideas in The Alchemist without becoming apostatesConsider I forgot White Teeth has Hindu and Muslim characters and ideas in the forefront imaginary uote from the advisory board s discussions Even better This list is totally not biased in favor of Christianity at all In fact with all these Muslim books maybe we should add another explicitly Christian book Thank God singular we somehow found a way to represent all 900 million of themConsider Siddhartha represents Buddhism ONE book for 500 million people Consider Siddhartha is written by a Christian from Germany Consider Not one single book for Judaism With almost 6 million Jews in this country the listmakers couldn t find ONE novelConsider Several other books on the list have clear though inexplicit Christian themes characters authors Little Prince Little Women Their Eyes Were Watching God Color Purple Grapes of Wrath Pillars of the Earth probably othersConclusion Lack of sufficient explicitly Christian fiction cannot be the reason Mind Invaders made the final 100I ve beaten this dead horse the theory that Mind Invaders made the list only to fill a gap too long haven t i Blue leader player in a The Queen Con (The Golden Arrow psychic war that could destroy the world as she goes behind the scenes to d. 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1 only one book No, No, No, No, No, No, No, Yes per author 2 any book in a series counted as a vote for that series 3 books had to be available in English 4 only novelsCriterion 5 though opens a loophole Each advisory Color My Heart (Red-Hot Summer, panel member was Fructele maniei vol 1 permitted to select one book for discussion and Road Cash possible inclusion on the top 100 list from the longer list of survey resultsAt least one advisor must have had some agenda for convincing the other 12 to include Mind InvadersThe Archon Conspiracy on the final list world class sales job if you ask meSome stats to support the overwhelming consensus that this book does NOT belong1 PBS began airing episodes of The Great American Read in May 2018 and the results of the final votes aired in Oct 2018 Mind Invaders finished 952 In Jan 2019 I logged the of ratings on Goodreads for all 100 finalists Mind Invaders had only 136 ratings which was by far the lowest Note when i say or less This Kind of War 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science fiction Even using a very conservative definition of SF i d say at least 10 other SF books made the top 100 Ten Como Ser Encantadora (Para Alumna) percent of all the finalists for one genre is arguably too many but no reasonable claim can be made that than 10 SF books must be includedc Did they think explicitly Christian stories were underrepresented I might be hyper sensitive to Christian themes but Chronicles of Narnia indisputable The Shack Left Behind Pilgrim s Progress indisputable This Present Darkness indisputable Gilead Six books that strive to reinforce and share Christian beliefs is definitely than enough for a list of 100 books Further the 6 i listed are inarguably Sostiene Pereira popular than Mind Invaders Consider No other religion has than ONE book to represent its ideas Consider The Alchemist is definitely explicitly Christian It explicitly favors Coelho s nonspecific Middle England pantheism that also freuently borrows from Islam Maybe the advisory board thought Phew we ve got one book that represents the almost 2 billion Muslims in the world In America that s enough or too much Sostiene Pereira positive representation of IslamConsider Can t most Christians easily agree with manymostall of Coelho s religious ideas in The Alchemist without becoming apostatesConsider I forgot White Teeth has Hindu and Muslim characters and ideas in the forefront imaginary uote from the advisory board s discussions Even better This list is totally not biased in favor of Christianity at all In fact with all these Muslim books maybe we should add another explicitly Christian book Thank God singular we somehow found a way to represent all 900 million of themConsider Siddhartha represents Buddhism ONE book for 500 million Pereira Maintains people Consider Siddhartha is written by a Christian from Germany Consider Not one single book for Judaism With almost 6 million Jews in this country the listmakers couldn t find ONE novelConsider Several other books on the list have clear though inexplicit Christian themes characters authors Little Prince Little Women Their Eyes Were Watching God Color Purple Grapes of Wrath Pillars of the Earth SQL probably othersConclusion Lack of sufficient explicitly Christian fiction cannot be the reason Mind Invaders made the final 100I ve beaten this dead horse the theory that Mind Invaders made the list only to fill a gap too long haven t i

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The Archon Conspiracy

In a race against time CIA agents and Soviet leaders scramble for the ultimate weaponpsychic power Locked into the international intrigue is computer genius Ken Inman whose goal to contact mysterious enti. In my humble opinion this is the kind of book that really gives the Christian fiction genre a black eye Hunt is a good writer when it comes to non fiction but like most non fiction writers he lacks the artistic sensibilities needed to create good fiction making the point of the novel significant than the story he is trying to tell And while I enjoy some of Hunt s other work I tend to avoid any of his books dealing with New Age philosophy and the occult simply because I think he gets too carried away When someone starts expounding on the evils of Harry Potter I find it hard to take them seriously Anyway What we end up having here is an amateurishly written exercise in paranoia where everybody in the story is either strongly Christian or strongly anti Christian as opposed to being mostly apathetic or agnostic like they would be in real life where doing yoga or practicing zen meditation is basically an engraved invitation for demon possession and demons invade people s minds by claiming they are extra terrestrial beings attempting to reach out to the enlightened At the very beginning of the story one such demon possessed character is lucky enough to be admitted to a hospital where one of the doctors works exorcisms in his spare time Personally I can t suspend my disbelief for all of that I prefer spiritual novels that take place in the real world a bit like Stephen King s The Stand which despite not being a Christian novel deals with Christian themes in a much believable mature and yes worldly way However I certainly don t deny that there is potentially a big audience for this kind of book and fans of This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti will probably find Mind Invaders right up their alley Entrepreneurial Vernacular point of the novel significant than the story he is trying to tell And while I enjoy some of Hunt s other work I tend to avoid any of his books dealing with New Age Advanced C Programming by Example philosophy and the occult simply because I think he gets too carried away When someone starts expounding on the evils of Harry Potter I find it hard to take them seriously Anyway What we end up having here is an amateurishly written exercise in Poslije svega (After, paranoia where everybody in the story is either strongly Christian or strongly anti Christian as opposed to being mostly apathetic or agnostic like they would be in real life where doing yoga or Die Herrenschneiderei practicing zen meditation is basically an engraved invitation for demon Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone prefer spiritual novels that take Pretend God Is Deaf place in the real world a bit like Stephen King s The Stand which despite not being a Christian novel deals with Christian themes in a much believable mature and yes worldly way However I certainly don t deny that there is Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide potentially a big audience for this kind of book and fans of This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti will Las Puertas Del Amor probably find Mind Invaders right up their alley

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Iscover the truth Torn between her love for Ken and her contempt for Christianity one uestion continues to plague her Are the Archons the benevolent higher beings they claim to be or are they demonic forc. I feel like the author has never talked to a human beforeHis dialogue is awful the characters are exaggerated caricatures of what the author wants to demonstrate such as christians are goodperfect and atheists are dumbaggressively in your face about being an atheist The best writing is on the blurb on the back of the book and I am pretty sure the author didn t write that What was sort of an interesting premise just fell into preachy nonsense that labels yoga as new age evilI read this for the PBS great American read challenge and I have no idea how it got on the list Total trash Go read a Prayer for Owen Meany if you want a good religious fiction book


10 thoughts on “The Archon Conspiracy

  1. says:

    In my humble opinion this is the kind of book that really gives the Christian fiction genre a black eye Hunt is a good writer when it comes to non fiction but like most non fiction writers he lacks the artistic sen

  2. says:

    Review to followHey look Here it isNew plan I really don't want to spend time writing about this It's the worst The writing is abso

  3. says:

    Not sure how this made the Great American Read listThis is a poorly written piece of crap Fanatical fundamentalist fake sci fi novel Don’t bother to read this Not Ever

  4. says:

    Dave Hunt another Christian author that should have stayed with scaring gullible believers with this doomsday books Fiction is not his strong suit and this book is ample evidence of this An interesting take on UFO's and remote viewing This story is supposed to based on accurate statements from people inside the military R

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    Final Update December 30 2019I'm being generous when i give this book 2 stars but it was okay for what it wanted to be namely a novel

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    This book is an incredible exampleOf why Christian apologists shouldn't write fiction Outside of the Christian genre it would be difficult to place this book It straddles the lines between occultsci fihorror and never seems to find a solid footing in any of them for than a few chapters It's unlikely many people will find this boo

  7. says:

    Fantastic work of fiction that offers a very credible explanation as to just what those UFOs really are Changed my thinking on the whole UFO issue Regardless though of your viewpoint on UFOs this is an excellent scifi type story

  8. says:

    Nope Nope Nopity nope WTF PBS? Your Great American Reads list freaking depresses me Bad enough I hadda read Left Behind but at least I got a chuckle out of it The Shack was cheesy claptrap but at least it was readable And Swan Song was silly but still somewhat ok ish somehow Predicted dead on This Present Darkness would be the worst — and it was BAAAD But this? This Is Unreadable

  9. says:

    I feel like the author has never talked to a human beforeHis dialogue is awful the characters are exaggerated ca

  10. says:

    This was a tough one to start and eually difficult to get through Not my kind of genre but even worse the writing was weak I will say that the story got a bit interesting toward the end but not enough to earn then 1 star from me I only read it because it was on the Great American Read list and really not sure why it even made the list Can't

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