Author Kevin Whitaker announced he is releasing his fourth book titled “Death Rules Over National Enemies (D.R.O.N.E)”. Like all his books, this one also focuses on a fictional story based on reality.
DRONE is a story about Klaevion Electronics, a gaming company that started a competition that went global. More than 200,000 participants from all over the world take part in this competition with the aim of claiming the prize money of one million dollars.
Soon, the government, through the Department of Defense, took interest in the game and decided to control it for their own personal benefits.
Once released, DRONE will be available for purchase on McClure Publishing, Amazon Store, Barns & Noble, Books’ A’ Million and where ever books are available.
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Kevin Whitaker is a seasoned author who takes delight in telling modern stories that discusses some of the most important issues we are dealing with in the world today. His earlier publications include The Party Girl, CRACK’IN, and SCORN The Legacy, all of which have been very successful in term of readership and sales volume.
With DRONE, Kevin Whitaker hopes to continue with his unique form of storytelling, but this time around, he’s talking about a topic that everyone needs to pay attention. Technology has become very sophisticated and the government is finding it even more challenging to control.
DRONE is a warning about things to come. After Klaevion Electronics makes the game the most competitive and interesting in the world, it caught the attention of Homeland Security Director Chris Mills. Chris had all finalists flown into the City of Chicago for the Regional, National and Semi-Finals for fear of terrorist infiltrating the US internal security apparatus. The Government introduced a solution for Klaevion Electronics making them an offer that cannot be refused.
DRONE is interesting, educative, informative, and enjoyable to read. It contains twists, turns, and a clever plot that keep readers turning to the next page.