Tit Elingtin is a warrior by nature, ready to argue or fight for the disenfranchised at a moment’s notice. He takes no prisoners, crushes his enemies and loves deep and hard. Tit expects his friends to be loyal to the truth above all. He describes his philosophical views like this: “As the river flows, it is as one. We are as the mist of the water fall, joining others and separating as we fall to be one with the river once again.”
Love pulp fiction? Just try putting down CUT. CUT is full of saints and sinners you'll love to hate. Sex, ethics, religions, and mythologies clash as you dig deeper into their connection to the death of a young couple.
A young couple buys the waterfront home of their dreams. After years of rehab to their home, they find it was all in vain. The government is going to take it from them. Feeling robbed of his liberty, Jeff is left hopeless and is willing to lose it all.
This is the revised second edition.