When everything is your first, you’re an alien. The feelings, sensations, decisions and ramifications of your actions are uncharted territory. An alien landscape that stretches from your front door to your first love can be more bizarre, beautiful and unforgiving than any other planet in the Universe. With no handbook and nowhere to turn, you’re forced to blaze a path to greatness you’re not even sure is your destiny.A truly mesmerizing journey created by a series of tragic and fanciful events that are thrust into motion by seemingly mundane issues that grip and alter the trajectory of an innocent youth. The Alien Club follows the path forged by a ten-year-old boy, blindly clawing his way through the confusing, frightening and utterly fascinating life afforded him via a magical neighborhood situated in suburbia USA, during the summer of 1979.The book is a fast paced, lighthearted (Whenever possible) read that has several unintended serious themes that underline the story, setting and subplots - Death, drugs, sexuality, peer pressure and child abuse to name a few."As a tree falling in the woods does not exist if it falls on deaf ears, a self-evident truth does not exist if we choose to turn a blind eye.In my 43 years, Ive made more mistakes than I care to remember, and took the easy way out more often than not to avoid the truth.Along the way, Ive suffered some powerful lessons in life due to the path I chose, but its the things I never did that hurt the most. Indecision and regret are the drug and cancer of the soul, is a self-evident truth that Ive not only recently excepted, but embraced…Within this book, I forced incredible circumstances onto the main characters, forcing them to look within, affording them an opportunity to rise and grow via their souls that most people are never lucky enough to suffer through.This book is not politically correct, but true to itself. A story that needed be told regardless of who listened…"Take a book blender and toss in: Lord of the Flies, The Outsiders, Stand by Me (The Body), The Goonies and A Christmas Story and there you have it. Oh, and a smidgen of E.T. for some good old fashion dreaming.