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Forbidden Thoughts

Narrated by: Jon Mollison
Length: 10 hrs and 18 mins
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Publisher's Summary

You are not supposed to read this book. You are not supposed to think about reading this book. In fact, just plain thinking at all is unacceptable. You have been warned...

From hilarious to horrifying to dangerously insightful, a selection of stories that must not be told, for they slaughter the sacred cows of our age. Do you dare read them?

Stories by Nick Cole, John C. Wright, Sarah A. Hoyt, Brad R. Torgersen, Vox Day and more, with non-fiction articles by Tom Kratman and Larry Correia, with a foreword by Milo Yiannopoulos.

©2017 Superversive Press (P)2017 Superversive Press

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  • R. Reese
  • 29-11-2017

Gut wrenching thought provoking

A modern 1984. Fresh not fearful not pc. I was moved to tears of sadness and joy. An antidote to neo-liberal marxist ideology. A painful pleasure to grow.

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  • Alex Banks
  • 16-07-2017

Educational and Entertaining

This book does a great job of showing the dangers and evil of censorship of thought, using entertaining Sci-fi short stories.

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  • Josh
  • 14-12-2018

This One-Trick Pony Completely Misses the Mark

SJW's are IMO the bane of our society today, so when I find a book that claims to be a series of sci-fi stories WITHOUT kowtowing to social justice, I'm naturally excited to dig in. Foreword gets me even more excited for this, then I start with the stories... 3 hours into the audio book and every single story deals with social justice issues.
How can you claim to have stories that are frowned upon by the mainstream and not influenced by SJ norms, them make every single story about said subject!?

From the foreword, I was expecting some type of badassery, maybe a heathy dose of machismo that made every movie in the 80's so damned awesome, with a towering middle finger to pansies like Scalzi who write lame sci-fi stories about "feelings" and "fairness". Instead, I get a hot steaming plate of poorly written dog crap, where nobody's a hero, and everyone's a victim. I absolutely can't stand SJ issues, especially the ones that makes news headlines. This is all of that BS, x100.

Again...cant stand SJ. It boggles the mind that people can write SJ on steroids, and call it entertainment. Refunding this, and digging into my Larry Correia catalog for a 3rd listen till the big guy drops a new book.

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  • Jim Masson
  • 24-09-2018

A non-standard critical satire of current politics

While sometimes this can be tedious some authors truly grasp through satire the folly of the current political correctness that pervades modern society.

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  • Lana
  • 07-12-2018

I didn't know I was looking for this.

Afew weak stories but overall a winner. I bought this because of Larry Corriea. Good work.

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  • Kent Lanigan
  • 05-08-2017

Failed concept

Right wing propaganda. Far from forbidden concepts. Just the bullshit everyone is tired of the christian right bitching about because. not everyone wants to live in a theocracy.

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  • victoria macdonalf
  • 03-07-2017

Mind numbing and boring

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

Somebody back in the 1950's might find it controversial and funny......

What was most disappointing about the authors’s story?

The premise of the book could be stated in one paragraph the rest is just repetition about gender. I expected it to be more cutting edge and witty.

Did Jon Mollison do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?

No they all sounded the same.

Any additional comments?

Will be returning it.

3 of 8 people found this review helpful