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Beyond all Weapons: A Science-Fiction Saga of a War for the Stars

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Han Solo of Star Wars could learn a thing or two from Firsten Guide, the tough, wise-cracking rebel leader who’s light years ahead of his time—and about to lead his crew into a battle that’s Beyond All Weapons. Because the force is most assuredly with Firsten.

He and his fellow colonizers of Mars have faced a brutal crackdown engineered by Earth’s tyrannical government. But
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Published July 21st 2012 by Galaxy Audio (first published March 21st 2012)
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Meghan Riley
Mar 22, 2014 Meghan Riley rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who loves pulp fiction or scifi
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Recently, Galaxy Press provided me with a free copy of their science fiction audio drama Beyond All Weapons by L. Ron Hubbard and asked me to give an honest review. I was happy to oblige, because it had been a while since I listened to an audio drama. When I was in high school and college, I enjoyed popping them into my CD player, and listening while I did schoolwork or crafts. Back then, my go-to was J.R. Tolkien or H.G. Wells (anyone remember the effect the War of the Worlds radio drama had on ...more
This volume collects three of Hubbard's science fiction stories. I didn't think any of them were among his very best work, but they're all solid and enjoyable. I thought the title story, from SUPER SCIENCE STORIES of January 1950, was actually the weakest of the three; it was similar to some of A.E. van Vogt's earlier work. I wonder if it appeared in 3-S because John Campbell, editor of the Street and Smith ASTOUNDING, didn't accept it? Anyway, the other two, "Strain" and "The Invaders", -are- f ...more
The latest release from Galaxy Press is a real treat because it features three classic science fiction tales from the golden age. The title story, Beyond All Weapons, tells the tale of Firstin Guide, a tough rebel who leads a group of colonists off earth to escape the tyrannical government. What follows is a suspenseful and often grim tale of survival amidst the hope of one day returning to earth to rescue their families and destroy the Polar regime. Long time fans of Hubbard's work will recogni ...more
Kaj Samuelsson
A twist at the end I didn't expect.
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L. Ron Hubbard was a popular pulp writer of science fiction, fantasy, adventure, mysteries and westerns during the 1930s and later founder of Dianetics and Scientology.

Known Pseudonyms:
Frederick Engelhardt
Kurt von Rachen
Rene LaFayete/Rene La Fayette/René Lafayette
Frankie Rohne
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