Forrest Fenn's Treasure Remote Viewed #BookSeries by Kiwi Joe #BookReview #Nonfiction #RealLifeMystery
There are times when I read a book simply because a friend suggested it. This is one of those times. Kiwi Joe's book series introduced me to a real-life mystery and his call to action intrigued me.
Kiwi Joe, among other things, is a remote viewer who has helped many different clients. A recent client requested his help in regards to Forrest Fenn in particular, his ability to remote view the treasure that was hidden in 2010. The information he gathered inspired him to write these books. After seeking permission from his client, he spent some of his own time remote viewing and put together some images that are now viewable by his readers. In my opinion, they are enough to help those already on the trail of the treasure as well as pique interest in those new to the venture.
Brief book series synopsis: In book 1, The Chest, part 1, Kiwi Joe provides a brief introduction of remote viewing and the ongoing search for Forrest Fenn's treasure. In part 2, he provides his impressions of the chest, what's inside, and the area immediately surrounding it. Book 2, The Location, briefly recaps information then goes on to provide Kiwi Joe's impressions of the location of the treasure.
My thoughts as a reader: When I read book 1, I was intrigued by the information but at times I felt it may have been a bit over my head. It could simply have been me and therefore I gave the book a 4-star review. When I read book 2, things started clicking in place - so perhaps the recapping worked. By the end of it, I found myself wanting to help solve the mystery. That's why I gave it a 5-star review.
My thoughts as an author: Nonfiction books are not at all like fiction books. It isn't easy to share what you may have spent a lifetime acquiring. You want to provide the facts but not tread on information that others have already shared. It's a tricky balance. That aside because a particular reader doesn't get what the author is saying the first time through is not necessarily a reflection of what the author wrote. It may have more to do with how the reader's life's journey connects (literally or figuratively) with what they have read.
My recommendation: If you love being a part of solving real-life mysteries, or perhaps remote viewing is your thing, then pick up these books. Read through at your own pace. If you feel the books are worthy of a review, then share your thoughts on Amazon, Goodreads, or wherever you feel is appropriate.
Afterword: If you read these books and they help you find the treasure, contact Kiwi Joe via the email address he provides inside the books. He looks forward to adding your photos of the treasure chest and the location to the two books.
Happy Reading and Mystery Solving,
Founder of Call Sign Wrecking Crew, LLC
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