Laughland by Ken Byers

Laughland

Laughland

Laughland
By Ken Byers

Ken Byers creates unforgettable characters and sets them against extraordinary moral and physical conflict. In Laughland, Byers is in top storytelling form.
Laughland begins with one day of strafing and Napalm in 1967 at Bong Sat Viet Nam. The evil done on that day by Nathan Ferry, one very rich and powerful American, puts the survivors, Matt Eliot, Marcus Steerman and Bill Tagnut, in great danger for the rest of their lives.
While Ferry’s men hunt down Matt Eliot and his platoon, even the survivors’ families suffer, including the child, Amos Eliot. In order to live at all, Amos, born two weeks before the fateful event, grows up learning how to hide and hit at the Ferry Empire, and its untouchable King Nathan with swift, well-planned and dramatic effect.
This is a page turner, available from Lloyd Court Press through Amazon as a hold-in your-hand book or and e-book. A great, fast read.