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In one of the bestselling science fiction books of all time, the fate of Earth and all Mankind hangs in the balance. The future is uncertain, but one thing’s for sure—this is one spectacular gift!
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FEATURED TITLE: FINAL BLACKOUT
Earth has been ravaged by five world wars. Countries have been laid waste by nuclear weapons and biological warfare. Governments are in ruins and people are at the mercy of renegade soldiers and terrorists. In the midst of chaos and despair the Lieutenant, a hardened military strategist and a charismatic leader of men, rises to the occasion—a hero at the crossroads of history, facing the ultimate sacrifice and demonstrating the true price of freedom.
“As perfect a piece of science fiction as has ever been written.” —Robert Heinlein
Final Blackout celebrates its 75th Anniversary this year. Read more here.
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GALAXYPRESS NEWS AND EVENTS
The 4th and last quarter of L. Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future Contest were announced. We’ve posted the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners along with the Finalists, Semi-Finalists and Silver Honorable Mentions.
Share this:Typewriter in the Sky, the third in the trio of landmarks of speculative fiction published by L. Ron Hubbard in 1940, first appeared in the November and December issues of Unknown. A richly original story-within-a-story—the tale of an author and the main character in a novel he’s writing locked in a frantic, funny do-or-die […]
In 1980, in celebration of his 50th anniversary as a professional writer, L. Ron Hubbard returned to fiction and completed one of the biggest and most popular science fiction novels ever published: Battlefield Earth. An adventure of epic dimensions, Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 describes an apocalyptic future in which mankind has been conquered and all but annihilated, its survivors brutalized …