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“Best Sci-Fi Audiobook of the Year” —AudioFile
47½ hours of blockbuster dramatized audiobook entertainment
Whether relaxing at home, working out at the gym or commuting to work, the New York Times bestselling Battlefield Earth is the perfect sci fi audiobook.
• Over 1800 5-Star Reviews.
• State-of-the-art audio engineering in high-definition sound.
• Cinematic soundtrack with more than 150,000 sound effects.
• Dramatized by a cast of 67 actors—many of whom are celebrity voices from TV, films, and games—performing 198 characters, creating a theater of the mind experience.
• Now available on USB Drive. Plays on any MP3 enabled player. Convenient to listen to in the car, on your device or computer.
• 47 ½ hour long audiobook—perfect for commuting!
“A vivid movie of the mind!” —AudioFile
“This epic sci-fi adventure is breathtaking.” —Stefan Rudnicki
“Pulse-pounding mile-a-minute sci-fi action adventure that does not stop. It is a masterpiece of popular adventure science-fiction.” —Brandon Sanderson
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“Recently there came a period when I had little to do. This was novel in a life so crammed with busy years, and I decided to amuse myself by writing a novel that was pure science fiction.” –L. Ron Hubbard
These whimsically unassuming opening words of L. Ron Hubbard’s introduction to 1982’s Battlefield Earth are deceptively revealing. The novel is pure science fiction, but of monumental breadth and creative vision.
Written with a phenomenal burst of creative energy in a sustained eight-month period in 1980 this epic novel is nothing short of massive: “428,750 words long plus intro,” as Ron finally calculated from the running tally with which he marked his daily progress.
Battlefield Earth, of course, signaled L. Ron Hubbard’s return—after an absence of three decades of extensive research, writing and lecturing about the human mind and the spiritual nature of man—to popular literature generally and, specifically, to speculative fiction, whose modern form and dimensions he was instrumental in defining.
First published in October 1982, Battlefield Earth became a breakaway New York Times and international bestseller and has been translated into scores of languages.
By Pavarti · ★★★★★ ·
I know right? 5 stars? How is that even possible? And yet here we are. This book is SOOO amazingly good. It is detailed, specific, imaginative, technical, possible and impossible all in one breath. The world Hubbard has created here is so detailed it’s hard to believe it doesn’t actually exist.
By Cesar · ★★★★★ ·
This is an amazing science fiction saga. I’ve read Battlefield Earth several times and its one of those books you keep around as you know you’ll pick it up and read it – yet again!
By Dennis Hall · ★★★★★ ·
I read the book back in the 80’s and I am reading it again. It is like reading it for the first time. I really like the book and am glad it has published again.
By Scott Gregory · ★★★★★ ·
This is a great audiobook that takes the book to new heights. There were many good actors and great sound effects. I found myself thinking of ways to increase my listening time because I enjoyed it so much! Highly, highly recommend it!
By Fred Lusk · ★★★★★ ·
One of the best sci fi books… So many twists and turns..
By Danail Karadaliev · ★★★★★ ·
Amazing book, maybe one of the best post-apocalyptic, and the most epic one.
By Ed Walters · ★★★★★ ·
This is my favorite Sci Fi book!
Approx. 47 hours of entertainment on a USB Drive
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