My only complaint is that Hancock only focused on his experiences in India and Africa. What about the rest of the world? This, however,is a minor flaw in a well written book.
I'm not extremely interested in lost civilizations or artificial structures on Mars. Therfore I haven't read any of his other more controversial books. However, as a social worker and someone who greatly cares about the well-being of the impoverished people wordwide, I give loud praise to Mr. Hancock's efforts.
Finally, does anyone know if Mr. Hancock plans a follow-up or is he going to just continue with his current area of research?
|Lords of Poverty||361||Samuel Berg||08-Dec-00 23:20|
|RE: Lords of Poverty||203||Graham Hancock||09-Dec-00 01:12|
|RE: Lords of Poverty||120||Margaret||09-Dec-00 02:08|
|RE: Lords of Poverty||174||Graham Hancock||09-Dec-00 09:20|
|RE: Lords of Poverty||145||Sky||09-Dec-00 17:00|
|RE: Lords of Poverty||164||vince||09-Dec-00 11:20|
|RE: Lords of Poverty||242||Mia Z.||12-Dec-00 16:33|