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The 3 Most Controversial Books Of 2018

We live in turbulent times, but let’s be honest, which generation hasn’t. Books are a great escape from reality, but if you feel like adding some existential angst into your downtime, here are the 3 most controversial books of 2018.

#1 Heretic by Matthew J DiStefano and Michelle Collins

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It challenges conservative Evangelical views on LGBTQ, hell, divine-violence, the wrath of God, and how to approach the Bible. 

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Contributors: Matthew Distefano from Quoir Publishing

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#2 Winners Take All by Anand Giridharadas

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Many of us are familiar with the conspiracy theory of how the “global elites” are actually the ones running this world, and they will do everything to stay in power. What if all of those are true? In this book, Anand Giridharadas, a former New York Times columnist, investigate this issue by diving right into the inner sanctums. Here, we will see how these “philanthropists” and “leaders” are actually the ones causing the problem, later to rebrand themselves as saviors. This book even includes in-depth interviews with the real global elites. An eye-opener, very ambitious book that will make you question the true nature of this world.

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Contributors: Steve Kurniawan from Nine Peaks Media

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#3 Trigger Warning by William W Johnstone

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POLITICAL CORRECTNESS WON'T SAVE YOU Former Army Ranger Jake Rivers is not your typical Kelton College student. He is not spoiled, coddled, or ultra-liberal like his classmates. He is not triggered by micro-aggressions. He is not outraged by male privilege and cisgender bathrooms. He does not need a safe space. Jake needs an education. And when terror strikes, the school needs Jake . . .

Without warning, the sounds of gunfire plunge the campus into a battle zone. A violent gang of marauders invades the main hall. taking students as hostages. As a veteran and patriot, Jake won't give in to their demands. But to fight back, he needs to enlist his fellow classmates, to school these special snowflakes in the not-so-liberal art of war. This time, the aggression isn't micro. It's life or death. And only the strong survive. . .

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Contributors: Vida Engstrand from Kensington Publishing Corp.

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