This 11" glass beaker bong features an excerpt from the upcoming novel ‘The Warrior’
Haunted by the war of his past that led to the death of his wife, a Mayan warrior named Eloy attempts to leave his past behind and raise his young son, Ian. When his son is stolen by the Aztecs to be sacrificed, Eloy begins a journey to find him and take revenge on the Aztecs. In pursuit of his son, his only will to live, Eloy steps into the skin of his former self, relinquishing his humanity in the process. He would shed all the blood in the world, devour his enemies whole, in order to do what he must. Each day is a new foe, from a snake that slithers up to him in his slumber and is met with a brain splattering death; to savage wolves that disembowel Eloy’s only lead and his last hope of finding his son. His final opponent is a boar feeding peacefully among the mushrooms, who will quench Eloy’s ravenous body. With the poise of a serpent, Eloy scales the walls of the ruins and swings from a branch to paralyze the boar with a needle shot from his flute. With the strength of a wolf, he bests the beast with the twist of its head and the snap of its neck. Only, this will be Eloy’s final victory, as his death is met with a needle in the neck and a whisper of his former name, “Nacom.”
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