'Windswept House's is a must read. It's description of how the NWO goes about driving their agenda at all levels from policy to personnel is excellent.Would anyone recommend reading Windswept House and The Jesuits by Fr. Malachi Martin in order or would it matter at all? Been watching some interviews with him and he seems very interesting and based.
I actually got completely hooked by The Idiot, starting on a Friday night and finishing on Monday morning. Right after the prince gets off the train, you start to get some scenes that immediately flesh out the prince's character, introduce the most important characters, and set up the plot elements which pull you in for the rest of the novel.The Idiot but I just cannot get my teeth into it. I have read the train opening 4 times and I just can't lock in on it.
The novels of Philip K. Dick have that in common, usually a very compelling concept but very boring to read. From Total Recall to Minority report, he must be the most film adapted author ever, it speaks to his vision but his books are a difficult read due to his somewhat boring style.Just finished The Man In The High Castle. Kinda boring alternative history in all honesty. Most interesting part was Germans draining the Mediterranean Sea to expand Europe. It's also implied that they depopulated Sub-Saharan Africa for political and economic reasons.
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