There are several compelling arguments within this book that will challenge likely every aspect of what you believe.
CONCLUSION The Conspiracy against the Human Race is an incredibly affecting work of poignant imagery, masterful prose, and powerful arguments.
As I said above, for me what made this book amazing was reading it in the context of having read Ligotti's other fantastic short stories.
Ligotti was certainly and inspiration to the "True Detective" creator as his existential motivation. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Rex
Reading this book was like having a brilliant, highly anxious hypochondriac explain anti-natalism, supernatural horror and pessimism to me. Surprisingly academic, too.Published 26 days ago by Kindle Customer
This is one of the best philosophical works of this decade of our century! I highly suggest it to anyone who still don't lose his/her ability to critical thinking.Published 2 months ago by Vladislav
I am having a hard time deciding my opinion of this book. It is well researched and filled with the obscurity in reference that I was looking for, but at the same time it was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is sensational.
Like a lot of people, I came to it through True Detective. There is controversy surrounding allegations of plagiarism by the show's writer, Nic... Read more
I don't think you should take this book at face value unless you're a budding pessimist yourself and I'm not even going to pretend I've wrapped my mind around every point Ligotti... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jean-Benoit Lelievre
A piece of philosophy that should be read, digested and remembered.Published 3 months ago by Double Doom
Interesting for the most part. I came across this book because some article from across the pond suggested Rust Cohle, the Matthew McConaughey character from HBO's True Detective... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Visa