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It tells a story that Americans must hear.” – Shelby Steele, Senior Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University, “Bawer scores entertaining points against the insufferable posturing and unreadable prose that pervades identity studies–a lively, cantankerous take-down of a juicy target.” – Publishers Weekly, “Bawer is unquestionably correct, and that fact is quite simply terrifying.” – Stephen Pollard, New York Times Book Review, “Sublimely literate and rational…an immensely important and urgent book.” – Booklist (boxed, starred review), “An alarming, depressing, brilliant and remarkably courageous book.” – Martin Sieff, Washington Times, “Bruce Bawer has yet again written an excellent book….I truly hope that it will serve as an eye-opener for everyone.” – Geert Wilders, “Written with an urgency and clarity that makes it hard to stop reading and re-reading it.
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What were those suspects suspected of? Welcome back. Bruce Bawer is the author of several books, including The Victims’ Revolution, While Europe Slept, and the novel The Alhambra. Bruce Bawer Author. “Bruce Bawer’s The Alhambra is a rarity: a literate yet cinematic page-turner of a thriller, with urgent contemporary relevance, grounded in the unflinching reality of fundamentalist Islam’s corrosive impact on Europe.” – Mark Tapson, Front Page Magazine, “A real page-turner….Faster-paced than a Hitchcock thriller.” – Thom Nickels, Nation State News, “Bawer rivals le Carré or Chandler in spinning a taut tale of suspense, surprise, and intrigue….The Alhambra is a first: a novel written with a full awareness of the jihadi belief system and mindset, as well as with a clear-eyed understanding of what is happening in Europe today….Bruce Bawer is to be commended for his honesty and courage in writing this superb novel….besides its pedagogic value, it’s simply a splendid story, surpassingly well told.” – Robert Spencer, PJ Media, “Not just in his brilliant non-fiction, but equally now as a suspense novelist, Bruce Bawer is among the most important contemporary analysts of the present danger of radical Islam.” – Roger L. Simon, author of The Big Fix and other Moses Wine detective novels, “Bruce Bawer’s New Book Is Terrific.” – George Leef, National Review, “An outstanding work.” – Claire Berlinsky, City Journal, “The richness of The Victims’ Revolution lies in Bawer’s crystalline details and lucid exposition.” – Peter Wood, Minding the Campus, “An informative, credible and even shocking book…Reading it — and when you stop laughing — weep.” – Barbara Kay, National Post (Canada), “Should be required reading for every humanities student at a North American university.” – Janice Fiamengo, Front Page Magazine, “This is simply the best book yet written on how the corruption of identity politics insinuated itself into—and then began to reinvent—American academia. In its report, the BBC noted that in recent years Austria had largely been spared the kind of terrorist acts that have taken place elsewhere in Western Europe. While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West from Within, Stealing Jesus: How Fundamentalism Betrays Christianity, Place at the Table: The Gay Individual in American Society, The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind, Surrender: Appeasing Islam, Sacrificing Freedom, Beyond Queer: Challenging Gay Left Orthodoxy, The New Quislings: How the International Left Used the Oslo Massacre to Silence Debate About Islam, The Middle Generation: The Lives and Poetry of Delmore Schwartz, Randall Jarrell, John Berryman, and Robert Lowell, Diminishing Fictions: Essays on the Modern American Novel and Its Critics.
Eastern European leaders have long made clear their determination to stand up to Islam; in an October 2 speech, French President Emmanuel Macron, formerly wishy-washy on the topic, seemed to channel his own Jan Sobieski, issuing a ringing affirmation of French secularism and condemning decades of creeping Islamization in French institutions.
Relegating a high-profile celebration of patriotism to the dustbin of history.
I’d hoped to make these visits an annual practice, but the pandemic got in the way. critique…that is positively thrilling in its unabashed love of poetry and commitment to the project of restoring some semblance of order to its chaos…..” – Booknews, “Bawer is one of the appallingly few American literary journalists whose work repays the reading; he is an intelligent, independent, tough- minded critic and a clear-eyed observer of literary affairs.” – Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post, “Immensely readable…Provocative and entertaining, filled with intelligence and fight.” – Andrea Barnet, New York Times Book Review. The Church of Law, as he convincingly demonstrates, does not debate, and it takes no prisoners.” – Walter Kendrick, New York Times Book Review, “Courageous and thought- provoking.” – Margaret O’Brien Steinfels, New York Times Book Review, “If there is one book about homosexuality and gay rights that everyone should read, it is probably this one.” – John Fink, Chicago Tribune, “Powerful and important…the blockbuster of the season.” – Steve Petrow, The Advocate, “Challenging and compulsively readable…tightly reasoned and responsible.” – Bob Summer, Lambda Book Report, “Courageous.” – Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post Book World, “A quiet, dispassionate voice trying to be heard above the din.” – John Heidenry, New York Daily News, “Brings cool reasoning to the heated battlefield of gay rights….Rigorous, eloquent and full of good sense…a timely arrival in a debate that needs more reason and less rancor.” – Steve Murray, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “One of the most sensible assessments of the gay rights movement that’s ever been written, as well as one of the most eloquent arguments for acceptance of gays that’s ever been made.” – Frank Bruni, Detroit Free Press, “Of all the sinkholes in American politics, the debate over homosexuality is the rankest….With the bracingly rational passion of a writer who can think and feel at the same time, [Bawer] charts a path out of the swamp.” – Jonathan Rauch, Wall Street Journal, “Eloquent…This could be the crossover book many have been waiting for — plain and sane talk about a complex issue…[that] should be the starting point for all future debate.” – Kirkus Reviews, “A rare pleasure: a richly detailed, erudite, and non-academic (huzza!)