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Entirely New Feature of a Thrilling Novel! Entitled, The Social War of the year 1900; or, The Conspirators and Lovers!

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Simon Landis' "The Social War of the year 1900; or, The Conspirators and Lovers!" is a captivating novel that seamlessly blends historical events with romance and intrigue. Set against the backdrop of the early 20th century, the novel follows the lives of a group of individuals caught up in a tumultuous period of social unrest.

Landis does an excellent job of creating a vivid and immersive world, drawing readers in with his rich descriptions and attention to detail. The characters are well-developed and complex, each with their own motivations and secrets that keep the reader guessing until the very end.

The plot is fast-paced and filled with unexpected twists and turns that will leave readers on the edge of their seats. From political intrigue to forbidden love affairs, "The Social War of the year 1900" has something for everyone.

Overall, Landis has crafted a thrilling and entertaining novel that is sure to keep readers hooked from beginning to end. Whether you're a fan of historical fiction, romance, or suspense, this book has it all. Highly recommended for anyone looking for a new and exciting read.

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Described by contributor Jess Nevins as “the worst science fiction novel of the 19th century,” The Social War of 1900, or The Conspirators and Lovers! has become infamous for its overwrought prose, flimsy characterizations, ludicrous plotting, and repugnant ideas. For these same reasons, the book has gained infamy as a cultural oddity, a guilty pleasure, and a somewhat over-imaginative work of outsider art. The Social War of 1900 follows the adventures of Dr. Victor Juno, a Naturalist who heals sickness through animal magnetism, and his sweetheart Lucinda. Juno, the leader of a secret paramilitary society, wages a revolutionary war against an American society steeped in sin and avarice—and, in particular, against a villainous triumvirate known as “The Bloody Conspirators.” But will his revolution succeed? And if so, what form will his idealized utopia finally take? - Summary by ChuckW

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