Review: In The Place Where There Is No Darkness by K.M. Douglas

The year is 2019. The Watchers maintain a state of constant surveillance: guns are outlawed, media is censored, and unmanned drones patrol the skies.

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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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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My Review:

Do you ever think of what the future will be like for our kids or grandchildren? The world we know today will not be the same when they are older.

Can you imagine living in a world where everything was electronic? You don’t even have a key to your own house. They use retina software to verify you are who you are. Drones fly in the air around you.

Derrion has some trauma and horrible memories about his father and his death. Derrion teases to the fact that he knows what the world use to be like, our way currently.

Derrion shares what he knows about the past and live now in a senior paper. He thinks it’s no big deal. He really has no idea how much trouble he just made for himself.

This is a quick read as the book only has 98 pages. I give it a 4 out of 5.


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