Wednesday, May 27, 2015
A Trojan Feast - Reviewed
Over at Mysterious Universe, I review Joshua Cutchin's just-published book, A Trojan Feast, which I recommend to just about everyone who has an interest in the world of the unknown - even the skeptics and the solidly belief-driven.
Here's how the review begins:
"Now and again, a book is published that is destined to become a classic. Granted, it doesn’t happen too often nowadays in Ufology, but when it does, it’s well worth the wait. There is one that falls into that exact category and which has just been released: Joshua Cutchin’s A Trojan Feast, which is published by Anomalist Books. With the subtitle of The Food and Drink Offerings of Aliens, Faeries, and Sasquatch, this is – in my view – the definitive study of an aspect of the paranormal that has, until now, been vastly unappreciated and consistently misunderstood.
"Before I get to the matter of what A Trojan Feast is about, it’s important that I explain what it’s not about. This is not some simplistic study of why Bigfoot likes to eat apples or aliens from Zeta Reticuli have a particular taste for strawberry ice-cream. No, this is a book that delves deep into the long and notable history of food-based interaction between us, the human race, and magical and supernatural entities from…well, somewhere."
And here's the full review.