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Nirvana's Children by Ranulfo

Nirvana's Children

by Ranulfo

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060541555, Hardcover)

His dad named him Napoleon, hoping he'd conquer the world -- or something. Though his world has been a disappointing place. After fifteen years, Napoleon busts out and takes to the streets. He's hoping to find something real, something unspoiled by adults. But the streets are just aching to eat him alive, and Luna Park won't stop laughing in his face.

He orbits a gang leader who wants to start Armageddon downtown. He falls hard for Sammie, an astro-chick always en route to the moon. Mr. Bones, with his scythe and hood, taunts him at every corner, and the only way Napoleon can survive is to stay sane in this world gone mad. The trouble is, what happens if it's all the reverse?

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Fifteen-year-old Napoleon Taal runs away from an abusive home but finds life on the streets far more dangerous and disturbing than he had expected.

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