A wild beginning to what becomes a serious review of over a hundred years of Marian apparitions including up to date info on Medjugorje. I didn't at first understand the subtitle's "hidden agendas" reference, but it quickly becomes evident that 'some' people think that most visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary are actually visitations by aliens from other planets or galaxies! hmmmmmmm???? Now I'd like to see his book on crop circles, maybe he thinks farming faeries create those???
Unfortunately, most genuinely interested readers in the Marian miracles will be turned off by the "it's a UFO" stance immediately put forth in the book. But if they can endure that bunk at the beginning, they will find a good summary of the story of the visionaries of Fatima plus a bonus of a review of most major Marian appearances ever since.
This book captivated my attention to the point that I couldn't put it down. Though I was disappointed when they revealed the final secret in the end. I was hoping for something more grand...I guess because that was the way it was building up. The story of the little shepards and the Mary visitation in the little town of Fatima was very well told.