The only way to change someone’s worldview is to change their world. More
They both want to change some minds in the wake of losing their son. Megan has devoted her time to advocating for gun legislation. Quentin has come to believe the only way to change someone’s worldview is to change their world, and the world he opposes hasn’t felt his pain. He doesn’t have the skills to inflict that kind of change. But Megan’s father does.
on March 11, 2019 :
Ever wondered how many people have to die before gun-enthusiasts in the States start to question whether the easy availability and widespread ownership of fire-arms in their country might be part of the problem? What if someone got so frustrated with this state of affairs that he decided to give the gun community a taste of their own medicine? And what if that someone were a retired police officer, so he knew not only how to handle guns but also how to cover his tracks? This is what Sean Boling imagines in this gripping and highly provocative novel - for a longer review, see: http://paulsamael.com/blog/micro-reviews-march-2019-