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Rogue is a different kind of novel, unashamedly American, masculine and the real motives behind that. In a world of toxic masculinity, something akin to intentionally destroying men, regardless of how many other women might enjoy them, it’s a fresh look at masculinity as it should be, a protective role, not a coercive role as so many men are depicted today.
This is a novel of the West in a lot of ways, though taking place in the late 1970s, early 80s, it has something for everyone, except entitled wokesters. Can’t get around that and tell an honest story.
As a means of avoiding jail and continuing down a destructive road, Lane Daniels joins the Air Force as a compromise on his freedom. There is no freedom in the slammer, everything else can be weighed out in degrees of freedom.
We will now return to our regularly-scheduled programming.