Tag Archives: Conspiracy fiction

Ephemera, Jeffery M. Anderson (2009)

Ephemera is the debut novel by Jeffery M. Anderson that is highly enjoyable if at times challenging. Engaging, wryly funny, and rife with social commentary, I greatly enjoyed this book, but suggest you come to it with no expectations as to where it will take you, or how it will take you there. Continue reading

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Foucault’s Pendulum, Umberto Eco (Ballantine Books, 1990 (First published Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri Bompiani, 1988) {Translated from Italian by William Weaver}

Foucault’s Pendulum is the thinking man’s answer to Dan Brown’s Divinci Code. It is the ultimate conspiracy novel and one of my favorite books of all time. Densely packed with history and well crafted pseudo-history, the reader must remember that one need not remember every fact or plot-based hypothesis thrown in there in order to enjoy it. Continue reading

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