|Leon just wants some fast cash.
Pizza delivery was meant to be a cruisy job, but a dead customer and a remote controlled assassin soon soured that gravy train. Between outback hideouts and underground bunkers, Leon stumbles upon the shady side of his boss’s business.
Turns out pizza’s not the only thing on the menu.
With the Police Company and the Feds pooling resources against him, will this pizza driver deliver himself somewhere far from anarchy’s reach, or take up arms with his desperate, pizza lovin’ brothers?
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|A collection of surreal, fantasy based poetry.
This collection will take you on a fight through the dark, the night, and the nightmares. Will wade with you through marsh and forest, fly with you over mountains and oceans, and help you break through to the glorious sunrise over fields and valleys abound.
Inspired by vivid dreams, fantasy novels, RPGs and epic metal.
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|A dark power is sweeping across the land.
Our lone hero hears of a strange disturbance in the forests, and travels north to lend aid.
What he finds there is more than he can comprehend, but is it all as it seems?A tale of adventure, magic and giants, told in verse.
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|This edition made to fit most pockets and formatted for a smaller page. Makes a great traveling companion.
Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage is a classic narrative poem in four parts. It describes the travels and reflections of a world-weary young man who, disillusioned with a life of pleasure and revelry, looks for distraction in foreign lands.
Byron, through Childe Harold, regrets his wasted early youth and so re-designs himself on this pilgrimage, which takes him through Portugal, the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea between 1809 and 1811.
|The classic, romantic-era epic poem Don Juan, by Lord Byron.
This is a satirical poem based on the legendary Don Giovanni. The initial publication was wildly popular, despite the criticism it received for its supposed ‘immoral content’.
This edition spans across 600 pages and contains all cantos, including the 17th canto that unfortunately was not finished before Byron’s untimely death. It has been formatted for a smaller page, and designed to fit large pockets.