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  • Title: Leviathan
  • Author: Robert Shea Robert Anton Wilson
  • ISBN: 4400474215
  • Page: 202
  • Format: None
  • The ultimate weapon isn t this plague out in Vegas, or any new super H bomb The ultimate weapon has always existed Every man, every woman, and every child owns it It s the ability to say No and take the consequences Hagbard Celine, LeviathanIlluminatus Part III cheerfully ushers in the apocalyptic high camp conclusion of the Illuminatus Trilogy The 9th and 10th TrThe ultimate weapon isn t this plague out in Vegas, or any new super H bomb The ultimate weapon has always existed Every man, every woman, and every child owns it It s the ability to say No and take the consequences Hagbard Celine, LeviathanIlluminatus Part III cheerfully ushers in the apocalyptic high camp conclusion of the Illuminatus Trilogy The 9th and 10th Trips are performed by a grand ensemble cast The Appendices which are most instructive are performed by the incomparable Ken Campbell, bringing the audiobook trilogy full circle The Illuminati has never looked so good All Hail Eris
    Leviathan The ultimate weapon isn t this plague out in Vegas or any new super H bomb The ultimate weapon has always existed Every man every woman and every child owns it It s the ability to say No and take t

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    1. Imagine that all existing conspiracy theories are bound into a single book Add there some mysteries like Atlantis, Third Reich occultism, theology and many other things The mix will be close to the Illuminatus Trilogy, still it is too cool to describe it in few words Leviathan is the last volume of the series and it ends the epic story.

    2. A sprawling, many faceted, satirical series, Illuminatus is difficult to rate and difficult to review There are so many aspects which one could address, so many points of divergence, ideas, philosophies, and influences, but at it s heart, it s a rollicking adventure story that, despite it s many political and social themes, rarely takes itself too seriously.I can certainly say I liked it, but it s hard to say how much Some parts were better than others, but there are many parts to be considered [...]

    3. Seriously one of the fun books that I ve ever read.For all of its wild leaps in narrative and demanding esoteric references, this trilogy does an excellent job of using its form to help the reader experience its content in Stefon voice This book has EVERYTHING Hot cephelopod on computer romance Underwater Nazi zombies Paranoid conspiracy And if you were worried about questioning the objective veracity of your human experience, look no further The Illuminatus Triology will effortlessly wend you [...]

    4. Last one has some thoughts real at the end Hooray, hooray, it s the first of May Outdoor fucking starts today All hail Discordia.

    5. a pretty satisfying ending to this crazy trilogy the appendices i could take or leave, personally it s possible the books would be better off without them.

    6. The slam bang conclusion More twists and turns Still funny The only problam I have with this trilogy is that, when they refer to something encountered earlier, it s too hard to find the earlier reference.

    7. What a waste of time I had said before that ten years ago I really would have enjoyed and gotten this book While that is true, I would not have understood much of what was going on This book alludes to so much that I ve read within the past ten years These were not casual references, but real analyses of each book s philosophies Ultimately, this book was a not very clever attempt at a Cthulu Mythos story, only done in the vein of or attempt rather Heinlein, Joyce, Lovecraft, Faulkner, and hey, l [...]

    8. Okay, I finished the series and if I had time I d fill this entire review with my impressions Alas, I don t have that much time and so I must be brief It s a work that most sci fans ought to read It s a perspective that has colored the conspiracy genre since the early 70 s Without this book, The Invisibles, Vol 1 Say You Want a Revolution would have never been written And without Grant Morrisons graphic novels, the world would be slightly less colorful.I love the lynchpin aspect of John Dilling [...]

    9. While the end of this story was interesting, there wasn t actually all that much story left over for the final installment of this trilogy Almost half of the book is appendices which promise to offer additional information about the story, but don t really Most of the the information contained in the appendices is a slog, and not enough of the philosophy there was interesting enough to make it feel worthwhile Nor does it really offer any insight into the characters, aside from where some of them [...]

    10. An enjoyable conclusion to a far out trilogy Unlike anything i have ever read Theres a lot of content fiction and non fiction , here so i know i will be looking to read this again in another 10 years.The end of the plot seemed to throw away alot of the side developments, the individual plots increasing the tension Normally this would be a bigger deal, but the entire package delivers I particularly loved how the story ended for Fission Chips, as well as the appendixes Theres a moment towards the [...]

    11. Oh kaay So the characters become aware that they re in a book that is being written by their shipboard computer, which has itself entered into a relationship with a 3 billion year old protozoa the size of a small city Oh, and that s after they ve fought off the resurrected Nazi army at the music festival Weird Still don t know if I liked it Guess I ll find out fnord later Rated MA for sex scenes, nudity, strong drug use and violence 2.5 5

    12. I probably would have given it 3 stars had I read the original and not the translated version of the book A lot of puns that were at least I guess so intended didn t translate to german at all Also, the book and the two others of the series are a bit too crazed out for my taste At least with this part some of the plot of the first two books is explained.

    13. Part 3 of the Illuminatus trilogy failed to steer the story back on track Having started out on such a strong note, this third installment lacks all the imagination, creativity and humour of the first book Sadly, this book just continued the decline of part 2 leaving the reader eager to just finish the damn book.

    14. It s a conclusion alright, but after the first book this got pretty boring and I completely lost track of the plot and the characters, so not great Also skipped the appendices.

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