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  • Illuminatus! Part I: The Eye in the Pyramid | Robert Shea,Robert Anton Wilson

    Illuminatus! Part I: The Eye in the Pyramid

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 20 mins)
    • By Robert Shea, Robert Anton Wilson
    • Narrated By Ken Campbell, Chris Fairbank

    The Illuminati, an inside joke? The lunatic fringe? Or a vast conspiracy hidden for centuries, unleashing it's power on a naive, defenseless world? It was the lousy luck of Saul Goodman, a tough, streetwise New York detective, to smell the trail in a bombed-out office - the heavy case he'd always dreaded. In a breakneck race against an awesome deadline, Goodman plunges down the trail of the ultimate conspiracy as the days fall away toward Apocalypse.

    Amazon Customer says: "Over the Top and Proud of It"
  • Illuminatus! Part III: Leviathan | Robert Shea,Robert Anton Wilson

    Illuminatus! Part III: Leviathan

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Robert Shea, Robert Anton Wilson
    • Narrated By Ken Campbell

    Illuminatus! Part III cheerfully ushers in the apocalyptic high-camp conclusion of the Illuminatus! Trilogy. The 9th and 10th Trips are performed by a grand ensemble cast. The Appendices (which are most instructive) are performed by the incomparable Ken Campbell, bringing the audiobook trilogy full circle. The Illuminati has never looked so good. All Hail Eris!

    John says: "now it's all here!"
  • Nicholas Nickleby (Dramatised) | Charles Dickens

    Nicholas Nickleby (Dramatised)

    • ORIGINAL (6 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Charles Dickens
    • Narrated By Anna Massey, Sophie Thompson, Ken Campbell, and others

    Left penniless by the death of his father, nineteen-year-old Nicholas Nickleby seeks help, along with his mother and sister, from Uncle Ralph Nickleby. The hard-hearted money lender takes an instant dislike to his nephew and gets rid of the boy by securing him a teaching position at Dotheboys Hall, where the evil Wackford Squeers presides. Horrified by the barbarity he sees there, Nicholas defies Squeers and is forced to flee.

    Anne Elliot says: "A rather noisy production. 😐"
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