The world is in the throes of economic decay and at the mercy of terrorists. Across this post-apocalyptic landscape marches one extraordinary soldier and his band of brothers. In a novel as disturbingly plausible as it is powerfully gripping, they are headed into a battle in which they will have to come to grips with the power of technology and the true price of freedom.
© L. Ron Hubbard; (P)2005 Galaxy Press, LLC
"Final Blackout is generally considered Hubbard's best science-fiction novel." (Publishers Weekly)
"Compelling . . . riveting . . . Hubbard's best." (Publishers Weekly)
I really like some of the readings by Roddy McDowall and one of my favorites is his reading of Ole Doc Methuselah.
He also reads this book as well and does a good job. (It incorrectly says Bruce Boxleitner)
I was surprised that I liked this story as much as I did. I orginally bought it as a gift, but then listened and enjoyed it very much. This is ultimately a book of loyalty, love and character in the face of cowardice at the highest level of government. As important today as when it was written.
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