Dec 04, 2022
Lost Cities of North & Central America
Posted by David Hatcher Childress

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  • Title: Lost Cities of North & Central America
  • Author: David Hatcher Childress
  • ISBN: 9780932813091
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Paperback
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Luis Rivera

Lost Cities of North AmericaBy David ChildressMy experience with this book was amazing especially when compared to the previous book I read The last book I read was about the Middle East and as I expressed in the review I thought it was a very uninteresting book as all it did was a list facts about time periods This book was very different, as this book went through the different cities and civilizations using primary sources like for example journals and dairy s from families that lived through [...]


Jon

Read if you want to hear the stories others won t tell youOf course, the reason others won t tell you those stories may be because the stories are patently false I was looking for a book that would be a good read after Collapse something that would tell me about fallen civilizations This isn t that book at least not from a rigorous, scientific approach The author, for example, asserts that pterodactyls live in today s Arizona.The author believes that traditional academics are dismissing the trut [...]


Chris

Poorly written and filled with typos, this is a mixture of travelogue and wildly unsubstantiated theories, such as a thriving trade between the ancient Chinese, Mayans and Egyptians among others in lost cities of central America Despite my distaste in the quality of writing, I was going to read the whole thing, but I ironically lost this book on a flight home from a vacation Hopefully it will be interesting for the person who finds it than it was for me.For sticklers, the date I finished the bo [...]


Glenn Liddell

Filled with typos and shoddy research this book nevertheless stokes the imagination as the author narrates his journeys across the land with pulpy tall tales mixed in with amazing and often speculative history I ve taken it with me on several interstate adventures and it has always helped me keep up some whimsical fascination with the land.


Brian Donohue

This is a great book for anyone that has dreamed of being a modern day Indiana Jones The author writes about his own accounts traveling through foreign places and exploring myths, ruins, and ancient tales He has no problem going off the beaten path to discover the truth in person In addition, he cites dozens of sources to provide factual background on each lost civilization.


Thomas

Very interesting take on the controversy over when man arrived in North and Central America Makes a good argument for man being here as early as 50,000 years ago, rather than the 12,000 generally accepted.


Brett Stortroen

I loved the adventurous travel writing which made the archaeological discoveries even exciting I also subscribe to the diffusion view of the ancient world This book makes a strong case for ancient world travelers arriving in the Americas thousands of years ago.


Victoria

Great book for armchair and real world travelers alike I even learned something about my local area that came as a total surprise Who would have thought we d have had Phoenicians in the neighborhood


Tonydowler Dowler

Disclaimer this book is full of ridiculous speculation nevertheless a great sourcebook of pop mythology, conspiracy, and archeaological anomalies.



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