Don't miss any of the volumes in L. Ron Hubbard's Mission Earth series.
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"The book delivers all the entertainment anybody could ask for." (New York Newsday)
"Fast-paced and thoroughly enjoyable." (United Press International)
addictive, fun, action packed.
Still Heller. Same as for Vol 1 he can exist in an environment full of sharks and be safe, becuase he is super able and has a prosurvival purpose.
The actors play their parts very realistically and make the characters very believable.
I really liked the part where he just walks into Babe Corleone's apartment.
Looking forward to Vol 3
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I have already listened twice and probably will listen for a third time before continuing with the third volume in the series. I think at this point I am pretty much hooked.
Just as in the first volume in the series it is a seemingly irreverent science-fiction adventure series that really says much more than it's humor would suggest.
I really enjoy the multi-cast productions and sound effects. My only issue is that the quality is somewhat wanting. The only reason I won't make an issue of it is that I am concerned that Audible.com will pull the titles down.
No particular moment moved me anymore than any other. I just sat back and listened to the zaniness that unfolded as Jettero Heller moved forward with his secret mission and interacted with various Earth personalities who were some real characters.
It's a fun listen but start with the first volume of Mission Earth. Black Genesis: Mission Earth, Volume 2 is not a stand alone novel.
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