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STORIES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE

A collection of more than 150 short stories and

novellas written by L. Ron Hubbard, the Stories

from the Golden Age reflect a time of simpler

virtues and clearer values—ideal entertainment

for readers wanting to escape into worlds

populated by bold characters living lives of

action and adventure spiced with intrigue,

romance and mystery.

But with so many stories to choose from,

where do you start? The answer is: right here.

In these pages you’ll find the Stories from the

Golden Age sorted into a variety of categories.

Although many of them contain elements of

several genres, this

catalogue will help

put you into your

element—and find

the stories that most

appeal to you.

80 TITLES AVAILABLE

IN BOOK, AUDIOBOOK

& DIGITAL VERSION

“…HUBBARD’S STUNNING WRITING ABILITY AND CREATIVE

IMAGINATION SET HIM APART AS ONE OF THE GREATEST

LITERARY FIGURES OF THE 20TH CENTURY.”

—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

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Whether your readers savor the written word or

relish cinematic three-dimensional “movie-of-the-

mind” audio dramas, they are sure to find exactly

what they are looking for—the thrill of adventure—

with a touch of action, humor, romance and intrigue,

as master storyteller L. Ron Hubbard brings home

history, mystery, excitement and authenticity as

only he can.

AUDIOBOOK SERIES

CINEMATIC SOUND

160 HOURS

THE BOOK SERIES

DIGITAL FORMATS AVAILABLE

2 MILLION COPIES SOLD

EACH VOLUME CONTAINS 2 CDS.

Unabridged—a reader can listen and read along

with the book.

Great for commuting.

Cinematic production, movie-quality sound effects

and original music create a theater in your mind.

The highest caliber audio recordings.

Performed by award-winning talent, recorded live

in the studio with a full cast of 77 Hollywood actors,

including: Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5), Nancy

Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson), Martin Kove

(The Karate Kid, Wyatt Earp), Phil Proctor (Finding

Nemo) and Jim Meskimen (Friends, Apollo 13).

Glossaries of cultural and historical terms to

improve vocabulary and comprehension skills.

Many of the stories are based on historical events

from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries,

making them educational as well as entertaining.

Defines the fiction era of the '30s and '40s that has

inspired many cinematic blockbusters.

A thrilling ride with endings that will keep readers

guessing to the very last page.

BOOK

AUDIOBOOK

eBOOK

eAUDIOBOOK

Black & white illustrations from the original pulp

magazine in each book.

CONTAINS 80 TITLES

– 153 STORIES

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