Derrion Parsing is a high school senior and the son of an ex-Army Ranger. Unlike his classmates, he has access to information from the time before the Invisible War, when the government shut down the Internet, reformatting into a propaganda tool. When Derrion attempts to use this information as part of a school project, he awakens to his worst nightmare.
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Mandie’s Review –
This book may have under 100 pages but it was intense. I mean wow. Derrion’s father watched an innocent Iraqi book shot to death and it haunted him so much he committed suicide and his son found him. As a Mother that part made me so angry but I read on, there was no way I couldn’t. Needless to say Dorrian suffered from horrible nightmares after hearing what his father said about the boy. It set Dorrian on a mission to discover the truth about the world he lived in.
This book was intense! The internet was shut down, so were highways, there were food shortages, and the Government called for a State media. The United States of America was anything but free, it was a complete Nanny State.
Dorrian knew this was coming and had been printing up information off of the internet before the Government took it over. He decides to do a school project on the trials of 9/11 which put him on a watch list. I’m not going to tell you anymore. Like I said it is a short read and very very good. I 100% recommend this book and look forward to reading more from K.M. Douglas.
K. M. Douglas grew up in Northeast Ohio and studied creative writing at The Ohio State University. He lives in Rainier, Washington with his wife, cat and two dogs.
In the Place Where There is No Darkness is his first novel.
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