Eschillion Key begins with the antics of rebellious teenagers entering a magical world of poverty and desperation. Ben and Eddie's story in Part 1 introduced anti-hero Simon Sade in Part 2. Ben Eddiee Ssaimon
is intended to result from rearranging the letters of the names.
Eddie Saayman is a named magical heir of Aleister Crowley in his Tunisia Diaries 1923.
In Part 2, Simon Sade endures rebel without cause adventure thru famous book, television show, and movie allegory, lastly time.
Book 2 of 2 provides an allegorical comedy thru hermaphroditic failed blowjobs, artistic abysses, hell and Armageddon.