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King Of The Jungle Is Available TODAY At Amazon!



I haven’t made a big deal here at RVIVR or over at The Hayride over the past 10 weeks about King of the Jungle, my latest novel. That’s changing.

You’ve got a few options available to access this novel, which as I’ve said is the best thing I’ve ever written.

You can actually read it for free. Well, not exactly. It’s posted in 10 serialized installments at The American Spectator’s website, and here’s an easy link to access those. If you’re not a subscriber, you’ll likely run into the paywall halfway through, though.

Otherwise, King of the Jungle is available at Amazon as of today. It’s $9.95 for the Kindle version and $24.95 in paperback. A hardcover format is coming on Monday; that’ll be available for $29.95. Yes, there will be an audiobook. No, it’s not ready yet.

Click here to order at Amazon.

So what is it you’re getting yourself into? Well, here’s the description of the story you’ll find at King of the Jungle’s Amazon page…

King of the Jungle is a bitingly satirical, rollicking action/adventure/romance story ripped from the headlines readers of modern political fiction won’t want to miss.

Mike Holman, an independent podcaster and web publisher, is growing weary of the struggle to operate an honest news organ amid the shadow of corporate and Big Tech manipulation – not to mention the corrupt and malign influence of the Joe Deadhorse administration. When he’s contacted by his old college roommate, Pierce Polk, the iconic billionaire CEO of Sentinel Holdings, with a renewed offer of partnership and capital, Holman finally relents…in part. He agrees to write an autobiography of Polk and do public-relations consulting for him.

That leads Holman to a journey of discovery, for Polk has quietly built a small city he’s calling Liberty Point in the middle of the Guyanese jungle – a Shangri-La tucked away from the world.

Or so Polk thinks. Because the corrupt communist Madiera regime in next-door Venezuela has designs on the bountiful, mineral-rich jungle of the Essequibo region where Liberty Point sits, and the Venezuelans are preparing for war to get it.

King of the Jungle takes the reader through an honest, if over-the-top and often infuriating, look at politics both in the U.S. and in Latin America amid the chaos the real world has become. It’s a page-turner and a thought-provoker, and you won’t want to stop until it’s done!

The beta readers of this have called it hilarious. Having read through it a few times, I’m going to say they’re right. I wanted to use this novel as an opportunity to do what Tom Wolfe did in Bonfire of the Vanities or what Dave Barry did in Big Trouble – use humor and fiction to eviscerate the people who are shaping our time. It seems, from the reactions the book got during those serialized installments at The American Spectator, that it worked.

So today you’ve got an opportunity not just to plow through all 10 of those installments but to grab a copy for yourself. Click here to get your copy, and happy reading!