I was pleased that F.Roger Devlin took the time to review The Way of Men for Alternative Right.
“The Origins of Manliness,” by Roger F. Devlin for Alternative Right
Other recent reviews include this recommendation from Masculine Style:
This is a book that I recommend all men take the time to read. While Donovan focuses on our current cultural problems in regards to men he does so in a way that doesn’t come across as either whining or martyred. In fact, of all the “red pill” writings I’ve ever read, The Way of Men is the most realistically optimistic about how men can regain their footing. He doesn’t believe in an easy path, but he believes in a path.
In 50 years this may very well become part of the canon that helped men become men again in the 21st century.
“Review of the Way of Men,” by Tanner at Masculine Style
a very interesting and informative journey through the history of masculinity, and how it has been defined in classical civilizations and beyond. I finished the book with over twenty Kindle highlights, most of which are references to books and articles for later reading. If you’re thinking of starting your own bottom-up analysis of masculinity via the writings of dead white men, The Way Of Men’s bibliography is a great starting point. If you’re not, The Way of Men will make you want to.