Garret Godwin’s New Book “Through the Dark Looking Glass” Restores Faith in Justice

“Through the Dark Looking Glass” by Garret Godwin is a classic tale of justice, law, and the desire to see the two collide. Centered around the American Judicial system, the book takes the reader behind the scenes of what it looks to save justice on the brink of annihilation. Published by Author’s Tranquility Press, the book made it to the shelves on 2nd January 2018.

The book’s protagonist Ira Ellingsworth is a pawn in the neoconservative movement under the guidance of his superior, Fred Rollins. As a born-again evangelical Christian and archconservative, he realizes that is not his destiny. As an assistant district attorney, he must face the unholy trinity of the Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act of 2006, and the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Act of 2007.

“Ira is soon proselytized to become a member of the Christian Zionist movement, which he eventually finds to be hypocritical. He and his comrade-in-arms Carol Langley battle against these forces, but they realize they are outmatched. Seeking a new direction, Ira and Carol get hired by Roberto Sanchez, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and they blossom as civil rights lawyers”, says a spokesperson for “Through the Dark Looking Glass”.

Author Garret Godwin received his BA in English from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and his MA in English literature from Temple University in Philadelphia. He is the author of True Philadelphia Stories (a collection of short stories and essays), three novels – Chasing Quetzalcoatl to The American Dream, Down and Out in Philadelphia and New York, and Through the Dark Looking Glass, and an anthology of poetry, ‘As You Sow.’ Garret currently resides in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

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