What use is the valor of brave men in the service of evil goals? Stryker’s War is the most gut-wrenching book in the Order of Centurion series so far because it takes a good hard look at the reality that not everything that can get a soldier killed is
Hollow City: Song of Karma book 1 by Cheah Kit Sun Published by Silver Empire (2019) Hollow City is the second book in the Heroes Unleashed universe I have reviewed. I picked up this copy on my own, so you can’t blame the author for my opinions. My opinion
Dragon and Herdsman: Dragonback book 4 by Timothy Zahn 304 pages Published by Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy (March 27, 2018) in a set with volumes 5 and 6 ASIN B079N6ZHPG Fourteen year old boys still don’t make good plans. After escaping from the Brummgan slavers, the Chookook family,
Turning Point: Galaxy's Edge #7 by Jason Anspach and Nick Cole Kindle Edition, 374 pages Published February 23th 2018 by Galaxy's Edge ASIN B079NGCX1T Turning Point is an ugly book. It is ugly, because war is ugly. And this is warre, war to the knife. Firebombs, orbital strikes, death and
A few years ago, there was a movement on the fringes that called itself neo-reaction, or a variety of other things. This used to be the only places I ran into people who knew who Evola or Guénon were. I used to be amused when it was asserted C. S.
Cricketer, historian, and author Tom Holland is here a proponent of the thesis that one of the things that truly differentiates the Christian West, Christendom, is the separation of powers between church and state that gradually evolved out of a fight over who was allowed to nominate bishops. However, Holland
In the years immediately after 9/11, ideas like the ones advanced by Tony Blankley in the the book under review were widely discussed. However, over time, people gradually lost interest in this kind of thing. I find this fascinating. Some of the things Blankley advocated, such as a surveillance