In “Chaos,” veteran journalist Tom O’Neill uncovers the truth behind the twisted relationships between Charles Manson, the CIA, and other secret players of the 1960s. What emerges is a story stranger than fiction, one that reveals just how darkly events can spiral when paranoia, drugs, and mind control are involved.
For who is this book for ?
Chaos is for anyone interested in the darker side of history. Tom O’Neill provides a detailed account of Charles Manson’s relationship with the CIA and other secret players of the 1960s, resulting in a story that is stranger than fiction.
- It is a well-researched and meticulously detailed book that draws on new evidence and sources to shed light on the Manson murders.
- It offers a much broader portrait of the era than most books about Manson, exploring the impact of Vietnam, mind control experiments, and other events on his rise to notoriety.
- O’Neill writes with compelling narrative drive, making for an absorbing read even for those familiar with the details of the case
- The author is just making things up to sell books
- The book is boring and not well written
- The book only focuses on Charles Manson and does not cover the entire decade
Learn more about the author
Tom O’Neill is a journalist and the author of “Chaos.” He has written for magazines such as “Rolling Stone,” “Details,” and “GQ” and has been nominated for three National Magazine Awards.
“If you want to know the real story behind Manson and his followers, then this is the book for you. O’Neill does an excellent job at tracing the connections between all of these different players, and he brings a lot of new evidence to light.”
“O’Neill has created a masterful and definitive work on the Manson murders – one that is sure to be hailed as a classic of true crime writing.”
“This is an incredible book! Tom O’Neill has done an amazing job of piecing together the true story behind Charles Manson and his links to the CIA. The amount of detail in this book is astonishing, and it’s clear that a lot of research went into writing it. I couldn’t put it down!”
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