If you love Fiction as well as some good history, then you have heard of the Author, L Ron Hubbard. Hubbard wrote pulp fiction stories in the 1930’s & 1940’s. There were thousands of pulp fiction stories written and L Ron Hubbard was of the most brilliant Author’s. His stories were true to life stories, in that they take you on voyages to the South Pacific or through deserts stumbling upon lost treasure and buried tribes. Eventually he started to add a science fiction twist to his stories. Many of these books have been reprinted on the pulp paper and are available on books as well as Audio sets in the Galaxy Press collection of Stories from the Golden Age. There is a great interview with the President of Galaxy Press about L. Ron Hubbard below
I was sent a story of my choosing and reviewed the L. Ron Hubbard Title: Tomb of the Ted Thousand Dead. To hear these stories on tape is amazing. It has it’s own cast in a way. If you were to close your eyes, you’d think you were in front of a live production. The story takes you on an adventure through India with an Anthropologist who stumbles upon an ancient grave of Alexander the Great where it is discovered that thousands of his followers had perished in their journey of bringing great treasures. This treasure had been buried in a tomb and no one was to ever discover it until a map surfaces. Now it is the quest to find this destination and uncover some history.
There are so many choices of his stories, they put some in collections for you! From the subjects of Sci-Fi to Westerns and Mystery to Adventure, you are sure to be taken back in time with these stories. Visit them on Facebook and stay up to date on more great stories and productions near you!
I highly encourage you sign up on their page for free to be sent a catalog. This catalog has all his stories with pictures, Intros and prices as well as some bundle savings. It is a blast to look through. Even my boys loved looking at all the stories available! What a great gift for the hard to shop for in your family!
I was provided samples from Stories of the Golden Age for the purpose of this review. All opinions are 100% my own!