An Alien Affair

An Alien Affair Hammer Malone and Killer Brag had extricated their cars As one with one crash of gears they launched their vehicles after Heller Two explosions in the tangled mass of cars behind them I knew it would
  • Title: An Alien Affair
  • Author: L. Ron Hubbard
  • ISBN: 9781592121830
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An Alien Affair
    Hammer Malone and Killer Brag had extricated their cars As one with one crash of gears, they launched their vehicles after Heller Two explosions in the tangled mass of cars behind them I knew it would be the fuel tanks going up Flames shot into the air The other drivers were running away But the cars of Hammer Malone and Killer Brag bore down on Heller He turned toHammer Malone and Killer Brag had extricated their cars As one with one crash of gears, they launched their vehicles after Heller Two explosions in the tangled mass of cars behind them I knew it would be the fuel tanks going up Flames shot into the air The other drivers were running away But the cars of Hammer Malone and Killer Brag bore down on Heller He turned to face them Narrated by the killer who traveled 22 light years to seal the fate of Earth, AN ALIEN AFFAIR races non stop from a deadly Long Island speedway to an extraterrestrial s secret base in Turkey, from a battle on the observation platform at the top of the Empire State Building to the pleasures in the basement apartment of the sadistic Miss Pinch The aliens are here A calico cat, a jar of mustard and a host of credit card companies may well determine the success of their mission.
    An Alien Affair By L. Ron Hubbard,

    An Alien Affair Mission Earth, by L Ron Hubbard L Ron Hubbard s novel Mission Earth, Book An Alien Affair is even worse than the previous novel Jetero Heller s side of the story is almost tolerable though it goes nowhere and just repeats the same types of inanities over and over again. An Alien Affair Mission Earth Hubbard, L Ron An Alien Affair Mission Earth Paperback September , by L Ron Hubbard Author Visit s L Ron Hubbard Page Find all the books, read about the author, and See search results for this author. An Alien Affair Mission Earth Series Hubbard, L Ron May , An Alien Affair is preceded by Invader s Plan, Black Genesis and The Enemy Within The map of Turkey and Long Island will not make sense without first reading Invader s Plan Many multiple volume sagas will have a the story so far section at the beginning of each book This is not true of Mission Earth. An Alien Affair Mission Earth Series Hubbard, L Ron Feb , An Alien Affair Mission Earth Series Hubbard, L Ron on FREE shipping on qualifying offers An Alien Affair Mission Earth Series Centurions An Alien Affair TV Episode Apr , An Alien Affair Photos Do you have any images for this title Cast Mea Martineau Storyline The Centurions are send to investigate a passing comet When they are beamed on the comet, they find a User Reviews Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ is empty Add the first question Details An Alien Affair Alien Trilogy eBook Mackay Jan , The plot line has some holes in it and is not consistant, the bad aliens are worse than the good aliens but the good ones still do some of the things the bad ones do The necessity for intercourse is an excuse, artificial insemination or genitic manipulation using the subjects DNA would seem to be the sensible route and involve less risk.

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  • L. Ron Hubbard

    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

  • 110 Comments

  • This could be the worst book I ve ever read At some point even a train wreck gets so bad that you want to turn your head and stop looking The book starts out boring, gets hilariously bad, offensively bad, then probably another kind of bad that I haven t even imagined I m still reading it I teach English to Vietnamese kids This book is making me question whether or not they should bother learning the language at all It s the kind of thing you can really only read on a dare Thanks a lot, Jim.


  • After having a great time with Fordlandia, I decided to ruin this streak of beautiful weather and great literature by reading an actual novel by L Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology and all round total weirdo My brother bought this for me from Australia several year ago, and I d never had the urge to read it until a few weeks ago, when I thought Hey, I ll play a little joke on myself and put myself in a really bad mood by reading this book with a stupid title written by a stupid man Oh my god, [...]


  • 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 and inte [...]


  • The biggest problems with this series is that the bad guy is just to bad, there are no redeeming quatlities to his character The good guy is to good, he doesn t seem to have any character flaws I really consider this to be high school or middle school reading level I will finish this series, but I will probably regret it.


  • A book for flagellants everywhere31 March 2012 This is where this series starts to become really painful and irritating and I really do not know why I continued through this series to the seventh book Maybe because I am a sucker for punishment, though it is not as if any punishment was being doled out to me but rather because I was exposing myself to it These books aren t good science fiction and don t have any literary merit One wonders how it is that they became international best sellers desp [...]


  • 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 to call it a dekalogy.



  • 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 Voltar, ben [...]


  • I read this series several years ago with a friend It was a daunting task at 10 books but we were determined It s not the usual sort of series I read but I had heard a lot about it and had some highschool friends who loved it It s tough to review just one book in the series because the full story is told in all 10 books You have to read all 10 to find out what happens Certainly some of the books were better than others, exciting and adventurous, but its rare that a 10 book series doesn t have s [...]


  • Absolute drivel I am wondering if I can be bothered to go write this on all the books of the series that I actually managed to slog through, and I might Been reading sci fi since I remember myself and almost never have I dropped a book halfway through I really tried with this epic series, really did On book 4 now and have decided that there is no way I am devoting another precious minute of my life to this.The story has something in it, but there are so many unnecessary twists and turns, totally [...]


  • Very relaxing reading.The book suggests an interesting point of view on the power structure on Earth.Moreover, it gives a look into the future, as I do not like to see it, but have seen it go into that direction in my 66 years, with human values being devaluated by ruthless media people, paid by those in power.As science fiction, it draws a fantastic, but not at all unrealistic picture of what may come.Kept simple, the plot is easy to follow, after a few chapters maybe a little predictable, but [...]


  • 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


  • I bought this series of books because I wanted to read something longer, not just a single book The sci fi genre, and the book description got my attention, so there I was, taking all the books in the series home, and quite frankly not liking it too much It was okay, but this was one of the rare purchases that I regretted.


  • This book was a little bit better compared to the previous books It has a lot of hilarious scenarios The ending was always still the best just like the previous books because The Countess Krak was finally arrived on our planet and she ll surely help her boyfriend Jettero Heller to complete his mission.


  • 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.


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  • I read these in high school and found them compelling, but as I reflect on them, I recall them being rather stupid, oversexed, and pointless.


  • This was a wasted book in the decology Practically the whole story is a satire on PR Not very exciting or interesting as far as a science fiction story.




  • Best book yetthis is the best book I ve read in this series yet with plenty of action and good satirical references Best one since book 1.


  • Definitely addicting Not quite as wonderful as the previous three titles though, or my judgement is skewed because I have a bad cold.


  • A guy is kidnapped and tortured by a couple of lesbians, then breaks free and rapes them, thus curing them And this was not the only instance of rape as therapy in this series.


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