A science fiction story that is age appropriate for middle school, but provides an entertaining read for science fiction fans of all ages.
Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
Galaxy Press, publisher of the fiction works of L. Ron Hubbard has just announced its release of the science fiction story, “One Was Stubborn.” “Enthusiastically recommended for personal and community library audio book collections” by Midwest Book Review, this is the next in the Galaxy Press line of stories written by Hubbard and which are being released as unabridged multi-cast audiobooks along with the companion trade paperback edition.
James A. Cox, Editor in Chief of Midwest Book Review in recommending the audiobook edition of “One Was Stubborn” stated Galaxy Press, "has also been responsible for producing technologically flawless multi-cast audiobook productions of Hubbard’s pulp fiction stories.”
“One Was Stubborn” is a science fiction story that is age appropriate for middle school, but provides an entertaining read for science fiction fans of all ages. The audiobook version, as an unabridged multi cast production replete with authentic sound effects, provides a movie in the mind.
The tale revolves around the life of Old Shellback—a character as crazy-smart as Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future—who finds that things are disappearing. Parts of buildings, parts of people, parts of the whole world. Old Shellback thinks he needs glasses. But all he really has to do is open his eyes, and see that George Smiley the Messiah is busy dismantling the world. But two can play at this game. While George is making this world disappear, Old Shellback will make another one appear—and take an amazing journey back to a future of his own making. http://goldenagestories.com/one-was-stubborn/
Hubbard isn’t the only author finding a resurgence in interest in his stories. Adventure House (http://www.adventurehouse.com), Vintage Library (http://www.vintagelibrary.com) and Black Dog Books (http://www.blackdogbooks.net) are three other publishers who have engaged an expanding audience through their reprints of such notable authors as H. Bedford-Jones, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett. Sales continue to increase as readers discover that many of their favorite characters, such as Luke Skywalker, Indiana Jones, Superman and Spiderman, have their roots in such perennially popular characters as Doc Savage, The Spider and The Shadow.
Stories from the Golden Age contain 153 stories written by Hubbard that are being published in 80 volumes, in a wide spectrum of genres, including adventure, western, mystery, detective, fantasy, science fiction and even some romance, using his own and 15 pen names.
For a complete listing of available titles and the schedule for release of the remaining books, go to http://www.goldenagestories.com/release-schedule.
For more information about the Stories from the Golden Age, go to http://www.goldenagestories.com.