Overall, the book is very well-done and I strongly recommend it. I think it is probably the most concise and clearest book on 9/11 so far, and even though I've read several other 9/11 books, it still contained some new information for me. I will be posting about some of the more inrteresting bits from the book over the next few days. The book was not perfect, but it did an excellent job of putting the story together very concisely. I particularly liked that they harped on the bizarre fact that not one of the eight 9/11 pilots was able to send out a hijack signal to the ground, when the hijackers were officially only armed with knives. They also talk about how the hijackers could have taken over the plane and why the pilots weren't alerted when there was supposedly violent scuffles in the passenger compartment. These are points that many of the other 9/11 books I have read have not mentioned much, if at all, yet I regard these points as highly suspicious.
Ranking the 9/11 books that I have read (on a scale of 1-10, 10 being best):
"9.11 Revealed" gets a 9
"9/11 Synthetic Terror, Made in USA" by Webster G. Tarpley, gets an 8
"The New Pearl Harbor, Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11" by David Ray Griffin, gets a 7
"The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions And Distortions" by David Ray Griffin, gets a 7
"Crossing the Rubicon" by Michael C. Ruppert, gets a 6
"The Terror Timeline" by Paul Thompson, gets a 6
"Welcome to Terrorland" by Daniel Hopsicker, gets a 5
My score is based on a combination of overall readibility, important information, credibility, and clarity.
"9.11 Revealed" does well on all these points.
"Crossing the Rubicon" has important information but is low on clarity and readibility. The credibility of Ruppert is in some doubt, but I think most of the information in this book is accurate.
"The Terror Timeline" is filled with important information, but is very difficult (if not impossible) to read as a book.
"Welcome to Terrorland" was very readable and had good information, but lacked clarity and credibility.
The three top reads for me are: "9.11 Revealed", "9/11 Synthetic Terror, Made in USA" and "The New Pearl Harbor, Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11".