The Doomed Planet As the mighty Voltarian Confederacy crumbles in flaming combat riots and civil war Jettero Heller and Countess Krak struggle desperately to save it from ruin

  • Title: The Doomed Planet
  • Author: L. Ron Hubbard
  • ISBN: 9781592121892
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As the mighty Voltarian Confederacy crumbles in flaming combat, riots and civil war, Jettero Heller and Countess Krak struggle desperately to save it from ruin.

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    About “L. Ron Hubbard

    1. L. Ron Hubbard says:

      With 19 New York Times bestsellers and than 350 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 In 1950, he wrote one of the bestselling books of all time, Dianetics The Modern Science Mental Health His researches into the mind and spirit continued with the publication of additional titles on Dianetics and Scientology.In celebration of his fiftieth anniversary as an author, he again returned to the forefront of popular literature with his monumental epics Battlefield Earth and the ten volume Mission Earth series Together, these titles dominated international bestseller lists for than 200 weeks, and still remain among the all time classic works of modern speculative fiction.Known Pseudonyms Frederick EngelhardtKurt von RachenRene LaFayete Rene La Fayette Ren LafayetteFrankie RohneWinchester Remington ColtLt Jonathan DalyCapt Charles GordonCapt L Ron HubbardBernard HubbelMichael KeithLegionnaire 148Legionnaire 14830Ken MartinScott MorganLt Scott MorganBarry RandolphCapt Humbert Reynolds

    2 thoughts on “The Doomed Planet

    1. The Mission Earth series is a big, bloated, fun and funny dekalogy* of pulp and satire and non-stop action. It's not a serious work, nor was it intended to be; I believe Hubbard wrote it simply out of fondness for the field, the way it was when he was beginning his career. He surely didn't need the money. It lampoons everything from economics to law enforcement to crime to space opera to science and all stops in between. It's not a particularly well-written work of literature, but is engaging an [...]

    2. I read these 10 books out of sheer morbid curiosity. Plain and simple, they are Scientology propaganda. Avoid at all costs.

    3. Our savior comes from VoltarSplit in ten volumes for editorial (and practical) reasons, the Mission Earth series can be seen as a continuous narrative whose chapters are identified by the different books. This “space opera-ish” saga (not a lot of space travels, but alien technological gizmos are everywhere!) will follow the comically clumsy actions of corrupted voltarian agent Soltan Gris as he narrates his attempts to sabotage and destroy the brave Jettero Heller, another native from planet [...]

    4. Soooooo broad overview. This is the tenth book of the series. All ten books are written as satires directed toward Earth's follies. I.E. Governments, drugs, sex, crime lords, ecosystem and the corruption of each. The first 5 books were a novelty, but the negativity gets old. Books 6 and 7 are when it really begins to hit you and your eyes start to roll as you put down the books more and more often. Books 8 and 9 you know what your getting into and you doggedly trudge through just to complete the [...]

    5. Great satireif you like satire and science fiction this series is for you. if you get caught up in details and have no imagination this series isn't for you. L Ron Hubbard isn't for everyone but personally I am fond of his style and his composition techniques. He is quite a strange and full character himself if you haven't checked him out. I am not a scientology believer, but this series has nothing to do with it. This series is all about calling out things he (L Ron Hubbard) disapproved of here [...]

    6. I read this so you don't have to. Yes, I finished the whole series. The first book was awful. And every book was worse than the previous. It's a complete mess. Didactic, inconsistent, repulsive, smug. These are some of the absolute worst books I have ever read. The misogyny, racism, and "ubermench idealism" drip from the pages. I know that it's supposed to be satirical but it kind of seems like the author just genuinely believes that some groups of people are "lesser." Frankly, I'm astonished t [...]

    7. C1987: FWFTB: galaxy, Voltar, invasion, clandestine, pollution. After ploughing my way through the first nine books it was inevitable that I had to find the energy to read this final instalment.It is a big thick book with some big thick paragraphs. I knew that this series was a huge undertaking but did not know that Mr Hubbard wrote under a further 16 pen names. “Tremendous fun, great satire” says the Baltimore Evening Sun” FCN: Fleet Combat Engineer Jettero Heller, Lombar Hisst (head of t [...]

    8. While not as totally horrible as the Battlefield Earth book these aren't that great. There are some good plots themes and a sorta pulpish feel to the characters, but overall it seems to fall short of what it could be. The story seems to ramble and could have been cut by 1/3 and still got the point across. The random sex and sadistic events just seem to be placed in there not for storyline but for shock value. Not recommended

    9. I read this entire series when I was ~12. Even then I knew it was sexist and uncomfortably white though I could not articulate the source of my unease. I was going to give it the benefit of a doubt and reread it as a 44 year old adult; however, I just finished trying to read Battlefield Earth, and I think I'm just going to trust my original judgement.

    10. Take all ten of these books and boil 'em down all night no, leave it on the burner for a whole week. Reduce it too a thick dense sticky sauce. And still, this will have very little flavour.There was the seed of a decent parody in there within the first two books then the joke was over. The joke became, "let's make it ten books, just so we could call it a "dekalogy".

    11. So horrible! At least this one was short and now the whole series is over. Thank goodness! No one should waste their time reading this terrible series. Especially when there is good science fiction out there, or even while some anachronistic phone books remain unread.

    12. I am happy to have finally finished this series. L. Ron Hubbard was very obnoxious trying to pound Scientologist ideas into his readers and showing what is wrong with Earth culture using humongous exagerations. I think I might have enjoyed this series if Hubbard was subtle about his agenda.

    13. I have to admit, I only read this book because I wanted to finish a decology.I liked the first few books in this series, however, by book 7 was pretty tired of it, and by books 8 & 9 was reading just to get done.

    14. Many moons ago, I read the entire series over a summer. Nothing stands out as a favorite, just wanted to read the entire series.

    15. I am so close to the end of this series. I have enjoyed it up until the last book where I seem to just can not pick the book up. It is not a bad story, I just can not seem to finish this last book.

    16. After a long narrative, the story ends. With a wonderful punch line. I laughed very hard and the last chapter.

    17. At last I have finished of this series, I started it when I was 18 and now it's done, punishment over

    18. I have always enjoyed the Mission Earth series. The final two books are different and can feel like an after thought but there are some surprises in them.

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