“Jack Donovan has written a thought-provoking treatise on the essential struggle of men, taking on timeless concepts, in an honest examination of what manhood means to him. While I didn’t always agree with everything he said–I am a better man for reading it.” – Sam Sheridan, A Fighter’s Heart, A Fighter’s Mind
“A thought provoking read on what it means to be a man today in a world that’s increasingly finding masculinity undesirable and un-needed. Donovan makes bold and unapologetic arguments on what The Way of Men needs to be in the future.” – Brett McKay, The Art of Manliness, Manvotionals
“Absolutely love this book! I found Jack’s comments on the underlying primal instincts that motivate men and what can generate unity within a group to be both thought provoking and spot on from a leadership perspective.” – Chris Duffin, AAPF and APA record-holding competitive powerlifter, coach, and gym owner.
“Peering behind the layers of civility we indulge in as a matter of pretense, Donovan explores the primal relationship between tribal identity and masculinity, and emerges endorsing a type of Nietzschean struggle for significance through conflict” – Brett Stevens, Amerika.org