Dauntless: The Wild Hunt Edition by Marcus Follin
It is with great pleasure and joy that I announce the new and updated version of Dauntless. The first version of Dauntless, which came out in 2019, was well-received by the readers, and it is a work I am still happy with. That being said, I felt that it did not get the time and attention it deserved. Thus, before embarking upon my next literary quest, I decided to remake it into what I believe to be – excuse my lack of humility – one of the most important books of our time. I have often asked myself what I can do to aid in the struggle to save European civilisation from the death that defeatists view as certain. Aside from future aspirations, I have concluded that the best I can do at the moment is to get as many young men to read Dauntless as possible. The book’s target audience is not any particular age category per se – the teachings are valuable to older men as well.
Videos are good and important, but a book makes a deeper impact, and I believe that Dauntless will be more useful than to watch through my videos – especially since many political and philosophical ones have been removed by YouTube.
I have been an avid reader since my teenage years. However, to my great lament, no one presented me with a book such as Dauntless when I was 15 (or even 20); there are many things I wish I knew when I was younger. With Dauntless, I want to present a guide that can be applied in life.
On another note, it is common for authors to get financial backing upon writing and publishing a book. I have funded this operation myself and published it via our own Golden Sun Publishing. This means that I have not been beholden to anyone other than myself when composing my thoughts. Thus, the agenda is my own. The agenda is that the book will serve as a catalyst for the reader’s ascent into becoming a force of nature.
The previous edition had around 53 000 words; the new one has around 75 000 words. Except for the new content, I also made sure to rewrite most passages to make them clearer. My level of English has increased quite a bit since the time I wrote the first parts of Dauntless (in 2016). Therefore, there was plenty of room for improvement in that regard. The layout of the book is also changed to make certain parts clearer – especially in the training and nutrition parts.
The book contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1: A Phoenix Rising from the Ruins
Chapter 2: Creating a Demigod
Chapter 3: Martial Arts, Violence, and Health
Chapter 4: The Heroic Renaissance — Culture
Chapter 5: Religion and Faith
Chapter 6: Sexual Energy
Chapter 7: Philosophical Musings
Chapter 8: Tribe and Relationships
Chapter 9: Gender Relations
Chapter 10: Civilisation, Nationalism, and Politics
Chapter 11: Societal Musings
Chapter 12: On, to Adventure!