Ward Kendall’s Hold Back This Day is a dystopian science fiction novel about a future in which a totalitarian world government promotes universal miscegenation to eliminate all racial differences in the name of diversity, of course.
Hold Back This Day tells the story of how Jeff Huxton, one white man standing on the brink of our race’s extinction, regained his racial consciousness and pride and began to fight back.
Hold Back This Day is a fast-paced, highly entertaining, yet deeply serious and subversive novel of ideas.
First published in 2001, Hold Back This Day was written as a prophecy of the 22nd century. Only ten years later, it reads more like a history of our own.
“Ward Kendall has written the White man’s 1984, with a generous dose of Brave New World and an ending right out of Robert A. Heinlein. White men may have been rendered completely powerless in this society, but as long as they can still write first-rate fiction they have a voice, and Kendall is such a voice.”
H. A. Covington, author of The Northwest Quartet