Question #1: Are Jettero Heller and Countess Krak dead!? The answer could prove a shock to the system—the solar system, that is.
Heller, for his part, has been busy saving the world:
Global warming reversed. The energy crisis over. The greatest problems on Earth solved.
But saving the world is never easy.
He’ll have to blast a gang of space pirates. He’ll have to capture and control a black hole and set it up as an inexhaustible supply of sustainable energy. He’ll have to undertake a journey to Saturn and back, a titanic chunk of ice in tow. And he’ll have to confront and capture Soltan Gris.
Then comes the hard part. Heller is headed back to Voltar, where he uncovers the identity of the powerful figure behind the conspiracy to end all conspiracies. He’s facing his deadliest nemesis yet, and before the intergalactic battle is over, the entire mission could end in Disaster.
Performers: Thomas Toner, John Beach, James Hartman, Anne Gartlan, and Timothy Jerome.
“Features rich inventiveness, brisk pacing and a large cast of appealing characters.” —Booklist
“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.