I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own.
Author and teacher Sam Mansourou takes readers on a fast yet thought-provoking journey to explore the nature of reality and examine the paths we as a society must take to eliminate the control the elite have over society in the book “The Oncoming Revolution”.
Author Mansourou ignores the left-right discourse and targets the ruling class as he calls for united civic action against the current paradigm maintained by the elite’s media, politicians and academia.
This was a well-written and informed read. The author does a great job of concisely and expertly weaving together the information and statistics needed to explore this concept of the elite controlling the masses and the need to end capitalism and political divides overall. The writing was clear and the author’s voice within his writing was brilliantly crafted, engaging the reader to allow them time to think on these issues for themselves while still driving the points home that he intended.
What stood out to me was the approach and tone the author took with this book. Rather than focus on one political party or another in our society, the author instead focuses on the position and role that the wealthy elites play in our world, primarily companies that control wealth, the media, etc. This was a great direction to take the book in, as it eliminated the anger and rage that so many can get consumed in when talking about the messages of a particular political party.
A thoughtful, educational, and philosophical read, author Sam Mansourou’s “The Oncoming Revolution” is a fantastic read that examines the changes we as a society can make to better our world. From the elimination of capitalism, making certain things like housing and food free, and getting rid of corporations’ hold on our resources, this book covers it all and is not to be missed. Be sure to grab your copy today!
About the Author
Author and English teacher. My work has been published in magazines Marco Polo Arts and Empirical.
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