L. Ron Hubbard Golden Age Stories Remain Golden in 21st Century

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“Loot of the Shanung” named Best Audiobook of the Year for Audio Theater category by Audiofile Magazine

“The Loot of the Shanung” by L. Ron Hubbard named Best Audiobook of the Year for Audio Theater by Audiofile Magazine

There’s plenty of danger, intrigue, and some graphic fight scenes. An interesting plot and a little romance make this an entertaining listen.

The audiobook version of “The Loot of the Shanung” by L. Ron Hubbard—part of the 80-title Stories from the Golden Age series begun in Fall, 2008—has been named Best Audiobook of the Year for Audio Theater category by Audiofile Magazine, it was announced today by Hollywood publisher Galaxy Press.

In their review of the story, Audiofile opens by stating, “Listeners are in for a fun audio presentation of Hubbard’s story from the Golden Age.” The review continues, “The audio production is excellent, adding much interest to the story with fitting sound effects, music, and perfect voice casting.” The review closes, “There’s plenty of danger, intrigue, and some graphic fight scenes. An interesting plot and a little romance make this an entertaining listen.”

“The success of such Hollywood blockbusters as Captain America, Spiderman, Indiana Jones, and The Mummy shows that pulp fiction stories are still wildly popular today,” said John Goodwin, Galaxy Press President. “It’s no wonder that these audiobook versions created in the style of Radio Theater would capture people’s imaginations.”

Audiobooks continue to do well, particularly for the transportation sector and today’s mobile society. “We have found that our audiobooks sell exceptionally-well through multiple transportation-related outlets such as truck stops where we have vacationers and truckers alike who can get immersed in storytelling replete with everything except the video track,” said Goodwin. “All it requires is getting someone to listen to just one of these audios, and we are pretty much guaranteed they will want to hear the next story.”

For more information on Stories from the Golden Age go to http://www.goldenagestories.com.

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