The Conspiracy Against the Human Race

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"2010 Bram Stoker Award nominee"--Cover.

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"2010 Bram Stoker Award nominee"--Cover. The Conspiracy Against the Human Race

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Publisher
Hippocampus Press
Book Format
Paperback
Original Languages
English
Number of Pages
248
Author
Thomas Ligotti
ISBN-13
9780984480272
Publication Date
April, 2011
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.90 x 5.90 x 0.60 Inches
ISBN-10
0984480277

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The book is a goldmine...

The book is a goldmine of truths that one needs to be reminded of regularly as they can be easily forgotten in a stop-gap happy world. To find out that it's not just the world that is in chaos, but even our selves are a chaotic fabrication of lies being tugged at by some all-permeating invisible force, is a crushing blow to any hope still left. The only real self-help book ever written or that you'll ever need.

The book is a goldmine...

The book is a goldmine of truths that one needs to be reminded of regularly as they can be easily forgotten in a stop-gap happy world. To find out that it's not just the world that is in chaos, but even our selves are a chaotic fabrication of lies being tugged at by some all-permeating invisible force, is a crushing blow to any hope still left. The only real self-help book ever written or that you'll ever need.

fantastic polemic on g...

fantastic polemic on good vs evil and the quest for the meaning of life

Ligottis first story ...

Ligotti's first story in his first collection is "The Frolic," features a serial killer who seems to have supernatural abilities. Yet, in contrast to most psychopaths, real-world and fictional, he has no sense of grandiosity but an awareness of his own insignificance. Conspiracy reminds me of that story, in that Ligotti sets out to slay every illusion that one might hold about life, about mankind, about the universe, yet seems to realize the futility of this mission. A fascinating work of disillusionment.

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