The Bridge by David Hillstrom
Broken into two parts, The Bridge by David Hillstrom is an intriguing blend of the philosophical and the political. With an exceptionally bold and highly readable prose, the authors nimble revelations provide a benchmark analysis of modern thought that challenges archetypal religious structures and the other usual suspects. Not for the meek, open-minded readers will first examine the human tendencies toward myth and in the latter section, the advent of reliable political structures. Forward thinking is necessary; this work of non-fiction reads as a collection of essays and by fiat builds a human society free of falsehoods and fabrications and the entanglements of outdated human inventions. Occasionally allegoric with some poetic insertions, this serious treatise is compact, convenient and engaging.