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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
The Fake Fall of Rome by Bruce Shoemaker is a short but comprehensive book where we are presented with the history of humanity from a very different perspective from the one we know. After studying the subject for 15 years, Shoemaker explains how 96 percent of humans have nothing in common with Neanderthal man and that this part of humanity constitutes the so-called Roman race. The Roman race is not native to the Earth, but its people are the ones who have brought all the disciplines here without inventing any; their only invention is humans. So why did the Roman race come to Earth? And why would they create humans? Read this book to find answers to these and other questions.
The Fake Fall of Rome intrigued me by the way it tells things. No one had told me the history of humanity like this, and Bruce Shoemaker offers an alternative analysis of human history that will give you much food for thought. It is a short read, but Shoemaker's theory is interesting and clear, and we understand his thinking well. In addition to appreciating Shoemaker's analysis and research, I liked that, in the end, he explains he is not trying to convince anyone and he invites us to research on our own; this is something I will do. I recommend it to curious readers looking for studies that tell history differently than we know it.