Book Reviews of The God Spot

The God Spot
The God Spot
Author: Dean Briggs
ISBN-13: 9780849937347
ISBN-10: 0849937345
Publication Date: 6/4/1999
Pages: 480
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Great book! Reminded me of some of Robin Cook's books.
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Starts kind of slow but interest builds as the pages turn. Overall I enjoyed this book. It causes one to think that conversion to Christianity could be much more that a spiritual event.
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A thriller/conspiracy tale in which research scientists discover their project involves lethal medical experiments performed on segments of the American public by sinister government madmen. The story is based on recent actual research involving the pineal gland and how it affects human perception, belief and ultimately behavior, which affects a person's mental and physical health. The madmen used Christian people to experiment on, for nefarious reasons. The story kept me guessing, and the characters were interesting.