A Name to Match My Soul
294 Pages $16.95
5.5" x 8.5" Paperback
James Bravewolf denounces the erosion of humanity in his essay collection, A Name to Match My Soul. He examines the “Leviathan” eroding society and technology absorbing the souls. Bravewolf shares his concerns over mass manipulation. Society is breaking down, he asserts, and someone is profiting by it.
"My writing is a song" Bravewolf explains, "sung at night, when much of the world has gone silent. Humanity is surrendering to a great ancient emptiness. Neon light is replacing subtle inner light. We have stopped climbing, programmed daily to betray ourselves. My writing is a song, sung at night, an echo of what we once were and could be again. Or that is what I hope it is, in the end."
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