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    Post Re: L. Ron Hubbard's Science Fiction Library

    I own several of his books, weak stuff man, weak stuff! Again not as good as Lovecraft and not even as good as Asimov!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimr
    I own several of his books, weak stuff man, weak stuff! Again not as good as Lovecraft and not even as good as Asimov!!!
    I know, Grimr, he prompts often interesting ideas and outlines, but his narrative style is hampered by rushing things up and little decent characterization...though, in a way, they're still good fun...surely compared to Heinlein who keeps up talking endless boasting sofisms and whose stories are more pointless than the worst of Ron.
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    Post I'm Not An L. Ron Hubbard Fan But...

    I'm not an L. Ron Hubbard fan but I do like science fiction. One sci-fi book I strongly recommend was written by a white nationalist that you might like to read. It's called "Hold Back This Day". Here's what the book's website says about it:

    Ward Kendall's sci-fi action thriller, "Hold Back This Day", is now back in print again. The first such novel in the world to deal with the theme of white racial extinction, "Hold Back This Day" stands as a landmark of white racialist fiction. Not since Jean Raspail's "The Camp of the Saints" has a novel - or novelist - been bold enough to touch the forbidden subject of Race in a manner that is not anti-white. Yet, unlike Raspail's pessimistic novel, "Hold Back This Day" offers the reader an uplifting story of human endurance, courage, and triumph - set amid a world of totalitarian hate unlike any you have ever read.

    And here's the book's cover:


    You can read more about it here: http://www.heartlandusa.org/publishingnews.htm

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    L. Ron Hubbard's Science Fiction Library

    He often prompts interesting ideas and outlines, but his narrative style is hampered by rushing things up and little characterization...though, in a way, they're still good fun... Plotwise Heinlein's last verbose novels were not that far off the worst drivel of good ole Ron, anyway.

    http://www.lronhubbard.org/book/html/flsf.htm

    http://www.battlefieldearth.com/

    http://www.feoamante.com/Stories/Reviews/DEF/fear.html

    http://www.allscifi.com/topics/info_17099.asp

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    L.Ron Hubbard is on of the biggest lunatics modern society has managed to spew forth yet. One word: "Scientology"...

    Apparently his little sick religion is spawned from his "work" of science-fiction.

    Keep way from that sect,boys and girls they screw with peoples heads. :speechles

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