By Billy Roper
What, a politically charged novel in which there is a heroic law enforcement officer? In this age of knee-jerk liberal assumption that all cops are irredeemably racist, corrupt, and evil, no matter their hue? That’s, that’s, that’s…kind of refreshing, actually. Although published sixteen years ago, this work of speculative fiction is still largely prescient, even though Hillary’s current campaign could not have been predicted then. Much of what it portends, otherwise, is still ahead of us, as I think you’ll agree after reading “Slow Coming Dark“.
In a Presidential campaign year, it’s beyond controversial to say that the Empress has on no clothes, as disgusting a mental image as that may dredge up in regards to Madame Secretary. Hillary may see herself as the heir apparent of Obama, but author H.A. Covington sees her as a degenerate, corrupt accomplice of Bill Clinton’s, a perspective shared by many millions of Americans who sadly lack the literary imagination to caricature them both so well as he manages to in “Slow Coming Dark”.
As Gretchen indicated in her review of “Slow Coming Dark” on a recent Radio Free Northwest broadcast, this book is not full of Jewish feminism. It celebrates traditional gender roles, in fact. Unlike her, I’m good with that. Of particular interest to this reviewer was Harold’s interplay of pre-existing elements of our society, including the mafia, with patriotic forces working towards an independent White nation. To be frank, in my own novels (the ‘Hasten The Day’ trilogy) about the coming breakup of America, the Cosa Nostra is not a force which my imagination had dealt with directly. That was an unwise omission on my part, and bears some consideration.
I won’t give out too many spoilers, or talk overmuch about the several complex characters whom the author humanely paints with great depth, including the protagonist, Matt Redmond. The story isn’t really about him, any more than the heat of an out-of-control forest blaze is about the fire-fighter. It’s about the fire, and this book is about Hillary Clinton.
It isn’t likely that a new age of Clintonian shenanigans in the White House will be any less vulgar than the first era, but we can hope that should she win, her actions will accelerate the inevitable balkanization of America. If Hillary is elected, she may limit the first amendment through ‘hate speech’ laws, as I’ve mentioned before. This book might be targeted for retroactive censorship, especially as it casts her in a less than favorable light. However, if that happens, I might find myself standing right next to Harold for things I’ve written myself about those who seek our people’s destruction, so I won’t dwell on that possibility. Instead, I’m next going to read “Fire and Rain”, the prequel to “Slow Coming Dark”, which was written in 1996, by the same author. Regardless of what you think of him, or have heard about him, H.A. Covington is as good a writer as any on the New York Times bestseller lists. If you like action, adventure, suspense, and inside jokes about people you know with a dash of snark for seasoning, I highly recommend that you read “Slow Coming Dark”, BEFORE Hillary is sworn in. There’s never been, and never will be, a better time to come to understand her true character, and it’s never been better and more clearly portrayed than by Harold Covington in “Slow Coming Dark”.
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