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William Blackwell

I read on the internet Orgon Conclusion was actually Blackwell's first book but he published it well after Brainstorm. For a debut novel, it moves along incredibly fast and the writing is tight and powerful. I enjoyed the juxtaposition between an alien culture that is the farthest thing from capitalism imaginable and our contemporary society, fuelled by a desire for material wealth and things. Blackwell makes some poignant points about what really matters in life and he does it in a believable manner. This is a lot more than pulp fiction. Cover to cover an awesome, entertaining and enjoyable read. He also teaches you a thing or too. Well done! Highly recommend it. -Mosely King

Fiona Castello

That's what I expect from a good horror fiction novel - A book that is becoming alive in your hands the more you read in it. I surely has some funnt elements to it as well which stands in complete contradiction to the story itself. If you start reading this novel you will probably not put it down until you finished it

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Orgon Conclusion

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Drinking heavily and drifting from one failed relationship to another, Nathan Leer's lifestyle finally reaches a breaking point after his latest girlfriend Adelita freaks out and runs away, accusing him of assault and battery. At the same time, his struggling coffee shop is sinking and the bailiff is about to come knocking.

Enter the evil Beal, who tries to recruit him into a life of lasciviousness and self-indulgence. On the verge of succumbing, he’s suddenly transported to planet Orgon, where he meets beautiful Ophelia. On Orgon, the concepts of materialism, greed and corruption are non-existent. Nathan begins to question the very core of his moral fiber, vowing to become a better person.

What he doesn't know is Beal has an alliance with a distant planet and is secretly planning to corrupt Earth and attack planet Orgon. Beal wants Nathan so bad, he is willing to do anything to get him—even if it means killing some of his friends.

An epic battle erupts, pitting the forces of good and evil against one another in the context of the American Dream.

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