Troy Grice emailed me recently saying that he had just finished writing Indivisible: Come and Take It (Amazon Link). Additionally he wanted to know if I was interested in reading it and reviewing it. Well of course! The first one Indivisible: And Justice For Some was a great read. If only I wasn’t such a slow reader.
This week Mike and I are joined by author Troy Grice. I have previously reviewed Indivisible and have a review copy of Oathkeeper. I am a slow reader with a backlog so I invited troy on. We had a great time chatting with Troy on his new book Oathkeeper.
This book like Indivisible plays on government corruptions a lot. Also on those on government that do the right thing. Troy brings a balance to his characters I like. He doesnt paint unrealistic pictures.
We also dig into politics a bit. Troy being an Anarcho Capitalist and I being a Anarchist. Mike does not have a label. Troy talks about his transition from conservative to his current leanings.
We talk about whether people are waking up to freedom or steadily sleeping. We all agree that that majority is still asleep and remaining so. That nothing seems to be jarring folks awake to their prison cells.
Lastly we laugh about the presidential race. How we are in the Idiocracy race. The people are now demanding a WWE style performance from candidates. That the front runners are so over the top ridiculous that it is insane for Trump and Sanders to be poling so high.
A few months ago I was contacted by author Troy Grice to see if I was interested in reviewing his new book Indivisible: With Justice For Some. The story is about a partial US collapse and implementation of excessive rule of law by the federal government. The author is definitely either a libertarian or full on anarchist. This has caused some strife with pro Military and LEO organizations. In the authors own words
“It has taken some flak from law-and-order zealots and military worshippers for its gritty portrayal of extra-judicial police violence, and the military’s hardened attitude when it comes to occupying America and suppressing revolt. But I think those who are not enamored with romanticized notions of police and military will find it raises challenging moral questions.”
After reading the book I can’t say I agree with the haters. Let’s jump into the review and show you why you should pick up this book.