The Kingslayer: Seven Steps to the Arbiter

The Kingslayer: Seven Steps to the Arbiter

L. Ron Hubbard / Mar 31, 2020

The Kingslayer Seven Steps to the Arbiter The year The man Kit Kellan His mission kill the king of the galaxy But it s not easy to take down the most powerful man in the universe He ll have to outsmart shadowy spies deadly saboteurs and

  • Title: The Kingslayer: Seven Steps to the Arbiter
  • Author: L. Ron Hubbard
  • ISBN: 9781592121687
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The year 3975 The man Kit Kellan His mission kill the king of the galaxy But it s not easy to take down the most powerful man in the universe He ll have to outsmart shadowy spies, deadly saboteurs and women as beautiful as they are dangerous In the end if he lives to see the day he ll make a discovery that will change him, and the galaxy, forever exciting nThe year 3975 The man Kit Kellan His mission kill the king of the galaxy But it s not easy to take down the most powerful man in the universe He ll have to outsmart shadowy spies, deadly saboteurs and women as beautiful as they are dangerous In the end if he lives to see the day he ll make a discovery that will change him, and the galaxy, forever exciting novel of the future thrilling adventure to another, ending with a surprising climax Highly recommended Los Angeles Daily News

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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


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    1. Let's begin by dealing with the elephant in the room, shall we. This book was written by L. Ron Hubbard. Yes, L. Ron Hubbard was the founder of Scientology and No, everything he wrote was not about Scientology. As I recall, L. Ron came up with Scientology sometime in the 1950's; he was writing pulp fiction, sci-fi, westerns, etc etc for two decades before that (the featured novel in this book was written in 1949). Just for the record, I am not a Scientologist and am not promoting that philosophy [...]


    2. Maybe 2.5 stars at best, but the story was just ok for me, although the full cast dramatized audio book was very well done. Christopher "Kit" Kellan is a red-headed genius (evidently in Hubbard's world the two go together) who has been recruited by a secret organization to overthrow and assassinate The Arbiter (the evil over-lord of the Galaxy). One of the big things that bugged me is that the sub-title of this book is "Seven Steps to Arbiter" (alluding to a 7 step hero process, a la Hercules) b [...]


    3. The kind folks at Galaxy Press have given me a few copies of their audiobooks over the years at semiannual ALA conferences. I promised one of their booth reps this summer that I'd post reviews of them on to repay their generosity.I'm sorry to say that this book was dreadful. When it was published I imagine it was considered on par with the ideas in one of Robert A. Heinlein's juvenile novels, but for a writer as talented as L. Ron Hubbard, this represents a complete misfire, and probably should [...]


    4. In many ways this could have been written more recently, but a couple oddities popped up - a couple racial references along the way show it was clearly written long ago, and one piece of technology just sticks out as being an idea that must be from the distant past.A classic pulp SF book though, which I suppose is another way to show it wasn't written recently :-)




    5. A fun romp with a larger than life protagonist (almost too similar to Jettero Heller, the protagonist of his 10 volume Mission Earth series). It has a great ending.


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