Title: The Prison Planet Handbook
Author: Denis Goodwin
Publisher: Xlibirs ISBN: 978-1543495164
Genre: Non-Fiction
Pages: 98
Reviewed by: Arthur Thares

Pacific Book Review

A book like this is always intriguing because you never know what you are going to get. Get ready to question everything you ever thought you knew and learned about. Whether you believe in what this book has to say or not, it will be one of the more interesting books that you have ever read. To truly understand what I mean, you must first know more about The Prison Planet Handbook and its story.


Some of the information in this book is hard to comprehend. It dissects the universe as we now know it and flips it on its head. From extraterrestrial beings, to space travel, this book covers a lot of ideas that some may believe to be farfetched. The book also challenges the concepts of religion and the space that Christians believe to be heaven. If that seems like a lot already, this book delves even deeper. The Prison Planet Handbook is full of what many people consider to be conspiracy theories, but it is written in a way that will make you question your own beliefs. There is a lot of information up for interpretation in within these pages but it’s definitely an interesting read. It dives into popular theories like the Illuminati but also covers more fringe ideas like secret reptile people among us.


The author speaks in such an authoritative voice that it is hard not to believe what he writes. It is clear that he is not a schooled writer, but rather a person who wants to share their experience and knowledge. Though the readability is sometimes questionable, the structure is there and the book is easy enough to follow.


I’m not going to lie; I really struggled with what genre this book is in. There are so many out there ideas covered in these pages that I thought it was surely fiction, but then some of it makes sense as well. I think this book was written from a genuine perspective and it is up to the reader whether they choose to believe if it is fact or fiction.


If The Prison Planet Handbook is real I feel like we are being cheated out of so much of life around us. It has opened up my eyes to the possibility that everything is not what it seems. Though I am not ready to believe everything I read, I am interested in learning more. If you are looking to expand your ideas and challenge your beliefs I would recommend this book to start.

The Prison Planet Handbook
by Denis Goodwin


“When people have life experiences that don’t fit with the official explanations, they seem to take a very dim view of the situation.”

In conjunction with, Goodwin’s handbook impels the reader to push beyond preconceived notions and to simply probe and question what is. According to the author, probing could open a window to what could be, and what the human species has been missing out on for millennia. Though Goodwin asks his audience to suspend belief and conjure a starkly different world, he supports his stance with reasoning and unquestionable confidence. For instance, Goodwin suggests that belief, faith, and religion simply function as a curtain, keeping our species oblivious to intergalactic workings. More specifically, humanity operates via selective misinformation, and it incessantly falls prey to mind control from multiple angles. From the Secret Space Program and psychic abilities to hundreds of spherical objects entering our solar system and the Illuminati having a base on the moon, the text dives headfirst into possibilities that could force the truth-seeking individual to reexamine human history. Interestingly, Goodwin surmises that earthly humans are being exploited via our reliance on emotions and inhibitions.

While the content itself is sometimes dense, the handbook’s organization is impeccable. An immense amount of information is presented, including a glossary providing additional context on the afterlife and Blue Bloods, which Goodwin believes are a fusion of humans and reptiles. Furthermore, the author digs deep into ancient civilizations and religions and even tackles complex and sometimes controversial topics such as the New World Order. The ultimate destiny of humans on earth, according to the author, is to reconnect with the rest of the galaxy and understand that there is so much more to life than what the earthly human is experiencing. For those who can temporarily set aside their beliefs regarding the world given to them, this handbook certainly provides intrigue and thoughtful commentary on what is possible.

The Prison Planet Handbook

The Prison Planet Handbook