The Illuminatus Trilogy

Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson

( 1975 ) ISBN: 0-440-53981-1

This book turned all my beliefs on end, shook them loose, and put them back together again all wrong. It was a wonderful mind f*ck reading experience and I highly recommend it to everyone. Very few books can change you, this is one of them. I've read this book several times now and each time I get a bit more out of it. It is philosophy and political revolution thinly veiled as science fiction and it works because it's entertaining not preachy. You have to have an open mind going into this, if you don't you won't get past chapter two. Which I honestly believe the authors intended, to keep the awesome ideas in the rest of the book away from the eyes who would misuse them.


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8 / 10

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