Even babies enjoy apocalyptic fiction!
…This isn’t faint praise because as someone who reads nearly four to five books a week, half of them fiction, because there’s only so much truth one man can take, what Davis has written here is something that I can’t praise enough. Let me put it to you this way, I was so engrossed in his narrative that I spent most of last week re-reading it to the detriment of my own posts on this site.
If he couldn’t throw together a decent book, a worthy opening salvo in the looming culture war between The Cathedral and its soon-to-be-exponentially-growing Red Pill challenger, what chance do the rest of us have?
So it is with great relief that I write this sentence: As I Walk These Broken Roads is a great book. It is gripping, entertaining, immersive, and manages to walk the incredibly fine line of being very thoughtful and deep, while staying true to its core as a character-driven suspense thriller.
Further, Aurini’s main characters are of the intellectually curious types who are the seeds for the next modern civilization. Thus, we’d say As I Walk These Broken Roads is a positive view of humanity based at a moment in time when negativity could prevail.
We congratulate Comrade Aurini for writing a fine book. And we hope it is not his last.
He also says that it reads well with Wild Turkey.