True story. Your Voltarian narrator, Soltan Gris, wouldn’t have it any other way. He tells it like it is. Satire? Gris doesn’t know the meaning of the word.
Voltarian Royal Officer Jettero Heller will go to any length to win back his beloved yet heartbroken Countess Krak—smash boats, set off bombs, fight off every paternity suit that comes his way.
But Gris is just as determined to put the Countess and her damned hypno-helmet out of commission—for good—even if it means hiring the kinkiest hit man in New York.
And as if Gris didn’t have enough on his plate, the Voltarian stud is about to tie the knot—with two women!
Yes, love is a battlefield. But in this warped war of twisted desires, perverse passions, and unholy alliances—the entire Mission Earth enterprise could soon morph into a decadent Death Quest.
Performers: Timothy Jerome, James Hartman, Tom Toner, John Beach, Earl Hammond, Anne Gartlan, and Nancy Sullivan.
“Remember how you felt the first time you saw Star Wars? This book will do it to you again.” —Orson Scott Card
“He breaks all the rules.… The old master has created a new genre and a veritable blockbuster … and moves the art of science fiction into a new realm of entertainment as well as education.” —The Herald
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
L. Ron Hubbard not only broke all the rules but blazed a new literary path when, in August 1981, after less than eight months of writing, he completed the monumental 1.2 million-word bestselling saga Mission Earth. Working with exceptional speed, discipline, and skill, he produced a remarkable interweaving of deftly plotted action, adventure, intrigue, and espionage, all seasoned with scathing social satire.