Vietnam Vengeance by Keith Kluis

Review by Shwetha H S

To raise awareness among others about the plight of Vietnam war veterans, Keith Kluis has written Vietnam Vengeance: One Divided by Two. As the name says, it is a story of vengeance by two war veterans, Paul Grayson and Christopher Stone, who plot looting the money made by all those who were pro war. Things take a different turn when Ellen Nantucket, who is grieving the loss of her brother Steve in Vietnam war, enters their lives; one life at a time. Unable to wait for Paul’s plan to take care of their intentions, Christopher plots his own revenge plan without informing even his friend. What happens next is for you to know.

The story is very slow and takes a toll on you in the beginning. Just when the story starts to become interesting, it is rushed. A lot of characters are introduced just for one or two appearances. The phase of changes in Christopher’s personality is also rushed. Otherwise, this book will make a fine one-time read.

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