Book Review Love from a Fellow FTBer

Al Stefanelli of A Voice of Reason says some flattering (and totally true) stuff about my book, Red Neck, Blue Collar, Atheist: Simple Thoughts About Reason, Gods & Faith.

Packed into twenty-five chapters is the wisdom of a lifetime and proves you do not have to be a great thinker to think great things. The foreword begins not with a treatise on astrophysics, molecular biology or archaeology. It starts with, “My dog died,” and flows into life in the Eastern Sierra’s of California, dealing with grief, loss and time it takes to understand the impact of life on mere humanity. It ends with a realization of enlightenment, then contentment and the lightness of no longer being afraid to live without the shackles of religion hindering ones self.

The best parts come at the beginning …

“Hank Fox wrote a book. You should read it” – Me

… and the end:

I strongly recommend you buy this book and read it from cover to cover.

  • davidct

    I enjoyed the book. I consider Hank to be an autodidact not uneducated. I found the straight forward handling of serious issues helpful to a person like myself who is not a philosopher and does not really want to be one. The section on losing his dog struck a cord with me. Atheists realize that we are not special creations apart from our fellow creatures. Thanks for the book. All heathens should read it.

  • procrastinator will get an avatar real soon now

    I did buy it and read it and I also highly recommend it. Hank tells it like it is.

  • ibelieveindog

    I received your book this morning (!!!) and I look forward to reading it as soon as I finish In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson.

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