A Matter of Matter

L. Ron Hubbard (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$12.95  $11.91
Publisher
Galaxy Audio
Publish Date
June 15, 2010
Pages
152
Dimensions
5.41 X 5.79 X 0.56 inches | 0.28 pounds
Language
English
Type
Compact Disc
EAN/UPC
9781592122394

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About the Author

With 19 New York Times bestsellers and more than 230 million copies of his works in circulation, L. Ron Hubbard is among the most acclaimed and widely read authors of our time. As a leading light of American Pulp Fiction through the 1930s and '40s, he is further among the most influential authors of the modern age. Indeed, from Ray Bradbury to Stephen King, there is scarcely a master of imaginative tales who has not paid tribute to L. Ron Hubbard.

Reviews

"All in all, the Galaxy project should open the eyes of genre fans, many who almost surely aren't aware of Hubbard's roots as a science fiction writer. Even a sampling of Galaxy's catalog makes it clear that pulp-fiction devotees need to put Hubbard's works on their must-read lists."--Booklist

With a zany cast, Josh Thompson performs four radio dramas of outer space. "A Matter of Matter" features a new version of the American dream--owning a planet while striking it rich with ore that floats. Ah, hucksters can sell anything. In "The Conroy Diary of Fitz Mallory," a fictional character writes about Conroy's outer space adventures. Thompson performs flawlessly, despite the story's nonsense words. "The Planet Makers" create cities and remodel planets. Thompson credibly recounts feats of engineering and an intergalactic poker game. His delivery is smooth despite the crazy antics of the construction crew. "The Obsolete Weapon" features a time-traveling WWII soldier who fights lions, elephants, and gladiators. Humor runs through this audio performance, enhanced by sound effects and much laughter. M.B.K. - Audio File2011 Audies Finalist

"All in all, the Galaxy project should open the eyes of genre fans, many who almost surely aren t aware of Hubbard s roots as a science fiction writer. Even a sampling of Galaxy s catalog makes it clear that pulp-fiction devotees need to put Hubbard s works on their must-read lists." Booklist"

"With a zany cast, Josh Thompson performs four radio dramas of outer space. "A Matter of Matter" features a new version of the American dream owning a planet while striking it rich with ore that floats. Ah, hucksters can sell anything. In "The Conroy Diary of Fitz Mallory," a fictional character writes about Conroy's outer space adventures. Thompson performs flawlessly, despite the story's nonsense words. "The Planet Makers" create cities and remodel planets. Thompson credibly recounts feats of engineering and an intergalactic poker game. His delivery is smooth despite the crazy antics of the construction crew. "The Obsolete Weapon" features a time-traveling WWII soldier who fights lions, elephants, and gladiators. Humor runs through this audio performance, enhanced by sound effects and much laughter. M.B.K." - Audio File 2011 Audies Finalist"

"All in all, the Galaxy project should open the eyes of genre fans, many who almost surely aren't aware of Hubbard's roots as a science fiction writer. Even a sampling of Galaxy's catalog makes it clear that pulp-fiction devotees need to put Hubbard's works on their must-read lists." --Booklist


"With a zany cast, Josh Thompson performs four radio dramas of outer space. "A Matter of Matter" features a new version of the American dream--owning a planet while striking it rich with ore that floats. Ah, hucksters can sell anything. In "The Conroy Diary of Fitz Mallory," a fictional character writes about Conroy's outer space adventures. Thompson performs flawlessly, despite the story's nonsense words. "The Planet Makers" create cities and remodel planets. Thompson credibly recounts feats of engineering and an intergalactic poker game. His delivery is smooth despite the crazy antics of the construction crew. "The Obsolete Weapon" features a time-traveling WWII soldier who fights lions, elephants, and gladiators. Humor runs through this audio performance, enhanced by sound effects and much laughter. M.B.K." - Audio File 2011 Audies Finalist