Onward, At Last
Category:Non-Fiction - Memoir
- Publisher: Atmosphere Press
- Publication Date: December 1, 2022
- Number of Pages: 194
- ISBN-13: 978-1639886302
Onward, At Last by Kevin Howard is an essential and propulsive read for every American, a book that answers the question that haunts the soul of every ordinary US citizen: Is the American dream an illusion? The book offers a premise that is compelling and invites readers to face the current dilemma of people who have grown up believing in the American dream just to be so easily left behind, feeling sidelined and cheated, disillusioned, and struggling to merely fit in a world that is characterized by division, chaos and even hatred. The author examines the principles of truth and contemporary American values while uncovering things that went wrong along the way and how the promise of a land of prosperity was broken.
This book offers a forensic diagnosis of the problems contemporary Americans face, proposes solutions, and a way to implement the solutions. From articulating the things that divide society, the place of love, and the demystification of life to offering a roadmap to redefining the soul of America, the author writes with clarity and in prose that is captivating. Onward, At Last is a timely, resonant book that addresses social issues and proposes a new paradigm to fix the brokenness that affects every life in America. It is well-researched and beautifully written. The author's take on capitalism is spot-on and readers will be inspired by the way he talks about the changes that can transform this once-upon-a-time beloved country into what has inspired dreams in millions of people. The social commentaries are fascinating, the writing crisp and the voice observant. Howard writes about his personal experiences while exposing the pain that is written into the American experience. This book will make readers hungry for change and honest leaders will find inspiration to work for what is best for the country. Onward, At Last is all about a new way of seeing and dealing with contemporary issues, a book that communicates hope in the darkest moment in American history. Filled with history and compelling social lessons, this book shows readers the change that needs to happen and how it can be accomplished.