It surrounds Pancho. His father, in an accident. His sister, murdered.
His own plans to trace the killer. And D.Q. – a guy Pancho’s
age who is dying of cancer.
That is, if he’ll ever shut up.
D.Q. is writing “The Death Warrior’s Manifesto,” a
guide to living out his last days fully. He needs just one more thing:
the love of the beautiful Marisol. But as Pancho tracks down his sister’s
murderer, he finds himself falling for Marisol as well . . .
And choices that seem right and straightforward become tender, tentative,
real. While D.Q. faces his own crisis of doubt, Pancho is inexorably
drawn to a decision to revenge his sister and her death, or to embrace
the way of the Death Warrior and choose life.