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Cunning Plans collects several of NYT best-selling author Warren Ellis' lectures on the nature of the haunted future and the secrets of deep history, given in recent years at events in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin.

©2015 Warren Ellis (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Ray Hecht
  • 11-08-18

Excellent thought-provoking talks, but...

Love to listen to thoughts by the irredeemable Warren Ellis, no one quite has a perspective like that.

However, and no offense to the fine actor who narrates, but why couldn't this just be recordings of Warren himself speaking instead of rereading transcriptions?

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  • Beverly Lynn Sterling
  • 18-12-17

By the time you are finished it all makes sense!

By the time you are finished it all makes sense! I've already adopted the phrase "like some bleak Circus" into my own vocabulary.

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  • I.G.
  • 21-09-17

I Would Leave A Headline, But I Gotta Go And Learn

Well performed, curious, and inspired. Basically, it's not a guide to figuring out the future, but more a guide to setting up to build the future. Also, it has plenty of Ellis' trademark wit.