Worldwide Campaign to stop the Abuse and Torture of Mind Control/DEWs
"This is a gripping read but a really difficult book to categorise because it’s so quirky. It is a terrifying story about the abuse technology by people who are prepared to extinguish the lives of others for fun, yet this is revealed through the opposite extreme, the silence of a Quaker meeting. The reader shares the experience and confusion of the protagonist, never quite sure what is real, and what is not, but desperately trying to discover the truth, before she is destroyed. It is scary, disturbing, mysterious, and darkly humorous. It certainly makes you think about the technological age we are in; a world where new and remote crimes seem to be light years ahead of the law and most of us live in ignorance – the silence in the title - of the risks, until potentially it is too late."
"I found this book one minute very disturbing, others funny. One minute I thought she was just insane, the next it was to easy to believe it could really be happening, felt that right to the end. Book very well written, draws you in very quickly. ...."