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THIS WEEK: King Of The Jungle’s Kindle Version Is Now Just $3.99!



We’re running a book promotion for the e-book version of King of the Jungle, and you can now download it from Amazon at SIXTY PERCENT OFF. How’s that for a deal?

In case you’re not aware, King of the Jungle is Hayride publisher Scott McKay’s new hilariously satirical novel. It’s about a combative billionaire entrepreneur who, fed up with the corruption and stupidity of American politicians he’s spent the past few years fighting against, decides to build a Shangri-La for himself and his people in the jungles of Guyana – only to find himself on the front lines of a fight against even worse corruption and stupidity at the hands of an invading Venezuelan communist regime.

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People who’ve read King of the Jungle absolutely love it. Some reviews…

“We all know Scott McKay is an astute political observer with uncanny predictive foresight. We know this because we’ve read his books the Revivalist Manifesto and the saga of Barack Obama: Racism, Revenge and Ruin. But it’s been a welcome surprise to see that Scott may be an even better fiction writer. If you like the Jack Ryan series, you’ll love King of the Jungle. It mixes American political intrigue with danger and foreign wars — one that is scarily possible. You’ll recognize personalities and political figures in this page turner. It’s the perfect beach read or airport book. Read it on your next flight or read it at home and alternately laugh and be alarmed at the implications for an all-too-real future in the jungles of Guyana.”

Melissa Mackenzie, publisher, The American Spectator

“A rollicking ride that looks ripped from the headlines with plenty of corrupt politicians, danger and firepower. And, unlike real life, there’s a happy ending.”

Daniel Greenfield, Shillman Journalism Fellow, Domestic Enemies: The Founding Fathers’ Fight Against the Left

Kerry F.

5.0 out of 5 stars Quickly Immersed in the Story

Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2024

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Scott McKay does a masterful job of having the reader experience an all too possible scenario, based on current events populated with “fictional” characters whose actual identities are well-known. As with his “Tales of Ardenia” series, principled, honorable people triumph over the corrupt and unscrupulous; all seen through the eyes of a main character whom the reader easily identifies with. If events do not turn out as they do in McKay’s books, they should!

Reading his stories – where the righteous overcome evil – offers the reader not only an excellent adventure but provides hope that the problems our nation faces will in fact, turn out for the best eventually. Whether that’s true or not, his books are fun, tell a great story, and provide a most-satisfying degree of hope for the future of our country.

A great adventure, a main character that immerses the reader, and hope for the future for a world currently in turmoil. What’s not to like?

Glenn A.

5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it!

Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2024

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This book was hard to put down and fun to read. The characters are based on people in the news and it’s hard to tell sometimes which ones are more fictionalized than others.

Conrad Appel, III

4.0 out of 5 stars A clever tale.

Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2024

This book was a hoot. The author mixed the personalities of current political figures with a fictional, though not implausable, invasion of a South American country. The plot twists and turns as those characters act just as they do in real life, instead in a high adventure story. Very clever.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Scary fun

Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2024

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A great romp but too close to the truth to be anything but scary good fun! I would like to think the final words are real hope, but we’ll see.

Marco Magiolo

5.0 out of 5 stars A must-read for those seeking a thought-provoking page-turner.

Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2024

A gripping tale of politics, media, and power. The protagonist navigates a world of corporate manipulation and governmental corruption, thrust into a partnership with his billionaire college roommate. Their journey leads to Liberty Point, a hidden utopia in the Guyanese jungle, threatened by the corrupt regime in neighboring Venezuela. Holman’s narrative offers a thrilling exploration of contemporary politics, making it a must-read for those seeking a thought-provoking page-turner.

Lee L.

5.0 out of 5 stars Another great read

Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2024

King of the Jungle completely blew me away! The story of Pierce Polk’s sanctuary in Guyana is captivating and has many unexpected twists. The author did a fantastic job exposing society’s flaws while entertaining you. It’s like you can run but can’t hide, in Polk’s case. I highly recommend this thrilling read!

Matthew Howerton

5.0 out of 5 stars King Of The Jungle may be Scott McKay’s greatest work yet!

Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2024

Scott McKay is a brilliant writer who weaves unique, invaluable lessons into each of his novels. King Of The Jungle is no exception. It is one of those books that will keep you hooked from start to finish.

Vickie Davis

5.0 out of 5 stars Must Read

Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2024

A unique story; very interesting. This author is talented.

Not bad, right? The readers of King of the Jungle agree – it’s a must-read novel. And from now until Friday at midnight you can download your copy for only $3.99 at Amazon!

But if e-books aren’t your thing, here’s a different opportunity for you to take advantage of. We have SIGNED paperback copies of King of the Jungle available for shipping direct to you for $24.95, including shipping and handling. Click here to get yours while supplies last.