Orgy Of Souls

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Twenty souls for his brother's life is a price that seductively beautiful Samson is willing to pay. Twenty souls drenched in blood, powdered with cocaine and more than one kind of ecstasy. A fair trade for the life of a brother. A fair trade for the life of a priest. And everyone he meets seems so willing to give theirs away.

Samuel's faith often wavers. Diagnosed with HIV and in rapid decline, he hides his disillusionment in the rituals of the priesthood. But when Samson brings...

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Twenty souls for his brother's life is a price that seductively beautiful Samson is willing to pay. Twenty souls drenched in blood, powdered with cocaine and more than one kind of ecstasy. A fair trade for the life of a brother. A fair trade for the life of a priest. And everyone he meets seems so willing to give theirs away.

Samuel's faith often wavers. Diagnosed with HIV and in rapid decline, he hides his disillusionment in the rituals of the priesthood. But when Samson brings him the first blood-signed contract for a young woman's immortal soul, the steamy world of high fashion male models and the quiet decay of a sickly priest begin to writhe against the realities of life, death, and otherworldly power.

Brotherly love is a deadly seduction, beauty a dangerous game. Come worship in the brutal temple of Orgy of Souls. Your faith will never be the same again.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780981639048
  • Publisher: Apex Publications
  • Publication date: 6/13/2008
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2008

    Blood brothers

    In about 130 pages, authors Wrath James White and Maurice Broaddus have constructed a very dense and unique horror story. Samson is a strikingly beautiful, but none too bright, model who is desperately trying to save his brother¿s life, arguably the only person in the world he has ever cared for. Samson¿s brother, Samuel, is a priest slowly wasting away from HIV, struggling with his faith and desperately trying to reach out to Samson whom he fears is spinning out of control. Samuel has no idea how far out of control Samson has gone. The first half of the story is the strongest. There is a real sense of suspense and dread that creeps in as you learn about these two brothers and the strained, yet deeply powerful love they share for each other, a love that is going to cost them both dearly. Once the story reaches about the half-way mark, it becomes a roller coaster ride, and you just have to hang on. This is a story both authors should be proud of and one I strongly recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2008

    Excellent!

    This is an excellent example of moral and Christian Horror. Why do good people suffer? Why do bad people live good lives? An atheist and a minister explore these questions together, in a brilliant, horrifying way.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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