I'm about a 100 pages into this and it's pretty crazy. It doesn't seem like a story one can follow too closely. I've just been kind of going along with it. It's also one of the few books that's made me laugh out loud. What does /lit/ think?
there is a story, but RAW had a hard-on for Joyce and wanted to play some games with the narrative.
i just wish he'd lived long enough to finish the Historical Illuminatus books. the last one strongly implies there was going to be a fourth.
Honestly, I've read nearly all of RAW and Prometheus hold's up just about the worst of all his works. There are nuggets in there that can be useful, but in my personal experience Liber Null/Psychonaut by Carroll covered similar territory and was more effective.
Has anyone read Masks of the Illuminati by RAW? It seems pretty disliked, but I enjoyed it a lot for the fact that he was able to do a crisp, contained plot in contrast to his other fiction.