What if — somehow — historical records were changed to show the Apollo 11 mission never happened? In Moon Hoax, a new and entertaining historical fiction novel, author Paul Gillebaard re-writes history with a tale of high tech subterfuge and deceit played out on the world’s stage. You can read our full review of this book here, or find out more about the book at the author’s website.
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8 Replies to “Win a Copy of ‘Moon Hoax’”
I have a problem with this site promoting a book like this.
There are enough imbeciles out there already believing the landing was a hoax that now, in their warped, little pea-brains, will consider this as a conspiracy nod to its legitimacy.
I think it would be better left for Coast to Coast, or similar.
If anybody is able to read a book that says “The chinese want us to think the moon-landing was a hoax” and interprets that as confirmation of the hoax then there’s no reaching them. Why deny the rest of us the pleasure of a good book because we’re worried that a minority of fools might remain foolish?
It is apparently a book that proves the moon landing really happened.
But I doubt that there are interests with a book with such a title.
You might aswell give it a title “2012 and the end of the world”.
Wow, I want a copy of Moon hoax.But how can I get it?
From the article:
“In order to be entered into the giveaway drawing, just put your email address into the box at the bottom of this post (where it says “Enter the Giveaway”) before Monday, April 14, 2013. We’ll send you a confirmation email, so you’ll need to click that to be entered into the drawing.”
Historical fiction my sweet Aunt Bippy! Them alierns that abduct my cows told me that it was fake, and no mistaking it, I was only mildly poisoned from drinking wood alcohol.
I want a copy here in La Paz, B.C.S. México. How can I get one?
Amazon.com and the book’s website: moonhoaxbook.com
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