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"In the book's introduction, Hubbard states: "When I started out to write this novel, I wanted to write pure science fiction. Science is for people. And so is science fiction." If Battlefield Earth's phenomenal worldwide popularity is any indication — almost 7 million copies sold in 26 different languages -- it's safe to say that he succeeded. Considering the quality of the story (Battlefield Earth was voted as one of the top three English-language novels of the 20th century in a nationwide Modern Library reader's poll) and the tender loving care that went into the production, this 20th anniversary edition is more than pure science fiction. It's pure literary gold." —Paul Goat Allen - Barnes & Noble
I love hating this book. Every third sentence reminds you that you are reading the thinly veiled tuggy of an egotistical twit who loves to place himself at the center of all scifi... Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Ashley W.
It has it all. Highly recommend to anyone who likes adventure novels. It was a fabulous story.Published 4 days ago by Scott Saks
If you like old fashion (1940's style) science fiction this is a fun read. Hero wins, bad monster looses, peace in the Universe brought about by courageous Colorado mountain man... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Fly Boy
Favorite book ever. Read it 6 times since I was 12. Might be reading it again.Published 11 days ago by Loganx1
Fiction books written by Hubbard tend to attract extreme reviews, which I suspect reflect (at least to a degree) the reviewer’s view on Scientology. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Andrzej Gorecki, the author of 'South of the 60th Parallel'