Sunday, April 15, 2018

Review: DARKEST WEB by Eileen Ormsby

Publisher Allen & Unwin
Length 288 pages
Format softcover
Published 2018
Series standalone 
My Copy I bought it


Online investigative journalism at its finest. 


The Darkest Web delves deep into the deprave's darkest desires bringing to light heinous acts of cruelty better left in the shadows of humanity. 

The topical nature of the non-fiction peak-behind-the-curtain account of dark web warriors is not for the squeamish. The structure of the book leads the reader down a rabbit hole of murderous and unspeakable acts growing progressively darker as the digital depths of disgust unfold.

Whilst the subject matter isn't for everyone, I really enjoyed The Darkest Web. The writing was easy flowing and the structure of the book gives the reader plenty of 'outs'. Author Eileen Ormsby doesn't shy away from the confronting nature of the book and clearly defines sections of the book which contain the escalating 'darker' material.   

My rating: 5/5 stars. If you've got an interest in learning more of the web outside the world we live in, this is for you.   

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