Here's what others are saying about Kyle Lovern and his books:
In-depth review by Mannix Porterfield of the Beckley, WV Register-Herald
In-depth review by Steve Hammons of the Los Angeles Chronicles
In-depth review by David M. Kinchen of Huntingtonnews.net
"Kyle Lovern takes you on a curious odyssey into the back hollows of West Virginia, serving as a tour guide for the uncanny and unexplained encounters the hill folk have experienced over the years, not unlike Rod Sterling did for his many television viewers in the 1960s with the 'The Twilight Zone.' Whether you agree with his take on the UFO phenomena or not, the tour is indeed an interesting and provocative one. With his experienced touch as a news writer, the book reads less like the typical hum-drum documentary than a spell-binding novel."
-- Mannix Porterfield, author and reporter for the Beckley Register Herald, Beckley, WV
"The book is very compelling,"
-- Brad Rice, WCHS-TV
"I like its direct approach and concise form in describing an important series of events in the hot spots of 1950s/60s UFO activities."
-- Robert Morningstar, UFO Digest
"In his book, Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters and Unexplained Phenomena, Kyle Lovern has selected some very unique regional cases to highlight. His work shows the rich history West Vrginia has regarding UFOs, ET encounters and the truly bizarre and unexplained."
-- Dee Andrew, the host of Eye to the Sky: The UFO Synopsis
"Lovern's books are yet more pieces of the mysterious puzzle regarding UFOs and other unusual phenomena."
-- Steve Hammons, Author, UFOlogist