I Spy The Illuminati Eye review by Hsarch
I Spy the Illuminati Eye: What's the Big Secret?
by Sheila Keenan
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Educational
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Age at time of review - 50
Reviewer's Location - Florence, KY, United States
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I Spy the Illuminati Eye by Sheila Keenan explains some conspiracy theories and their history from the "all-seeing eye" through the enlightenment to modern times. She explains in simple and sometimes humorous tones the history that formed some of the mysteries of our culture. From secret societies to the dollar bill, this book shares fresh and direct information in a very creative way.  Her information in incredibly "illuminating"!


I enjoyed reading I Spy the Illuminati Eye. Some of my questions about the hows and whys of some of today's conspiracy theories make a lot more sense now. Thank you, Sheila, for compiling that information and delivering it in a simple and direct style. Sheila's writing is packed with information, yet it is easy to read and difficult to put down. The graphics of this novel help keep the tone light despite the topic. Overall, I would recommend it for students ages 12 and older and for curious adults. It is definitely worth reading! I was "enlightened"!

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Content rating - some mature content

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I recommend this book for students 12 and older. Some of the content is just unnecessary information for those not quite old enough to really understand the idea of conspiracy theories.



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