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An immovable object stands in the way of the Galactic Emperor Jarrl. He has waged siege against his arch-nemesis for 1,000 years, but the barrier still stands. Now, he has come up with a plan to put the immovable object's name to the test, and lay waste to his enemies. Will his plan work? Will he manage to obliterate his foes? Will he press the big red button to destroy a galaxy?

©2016 George Saoulidis (P)2016 Aris Saoulidis

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Good short

Aside literally laughing out loud at the Emperor sounding like Dr Claw from Inspector Gadget, I enjoyed this short. Can't wait to hear the rest of the story.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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For Being Short, This is Funny

The Galactic Emperor Jarrl is the Ruler of Jarrlaxian, a small planet in the galaxy. I think in this story, the Universe is small. Whether it is or not, this was indeed a fun listen albeit short. I hope George Saoulidis writes more.

Steve White was rather funny. I liked all his different voices and sound effects. He did a good job narrating. Hope to hear more from him as well.

Audiobook received in exchange for my honest review.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Cute at times funny listen

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This was a cute very short story at times very funny. There are lessons to be learn here do not over think yourself, be careful when you do press the button, always have your equipment checked over and make sure it is in good working order. The author gives you some very good characters one wanting power and is willing to die to get it and the other just wanting to live on his little planet. <br/><br/>Mr. White as narrator blows it out of the water, it is a shame this is so short I really got into his voices and then it was over. His characters are well thought out with many different tones that make this a delight to listen. I found myself laughing not so much at the story but the voices he came up with. He really is a very talented narrator. This might be short but it gives the narrator just enough time to really show off his talents and just what he can do with his voices. I would enjoy listening to some a little longer to really get the full effect he brings to the listen. <br/><br/>The author does have a great plot with action in this short little read. I think it would have been better if it had been longer. For the type of story it was really a great little story he packs a lot into just a few minutes. There isn’t a lot you can say without giving the story away so I will just give you the authors summary.<br/>An immovable object stands in the way of the Galactic Emperor Jarrl. He has waged siege against his arch-nemesis for 1,000 years, but the barrier still stands. Now, he has come up with a plan to put the immovable object's name to the test, and lay waste to his enemies. Will his plan work? Will he manage to obliterate his foes? Will he press the big red button to destroy a galaxy?<br/><br/>

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What a book

Would you consider the audio edition of Press Any Key to Destroy the Galaxy to be better than the print version?

I would consider it better than the written word

What was one of the most memorable moments of Press Any Key to Destroy the Galaxy?

The ending was totally mins blowing

Which character – as performed by Steve White – was your favorite?

The main character

If you could rename Press Any Key to Destroy the Galaxy, what would you call it?

When your done shut the light off

Any additional comments?

A very good novel.

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Very funny short story.

I enjoyed this short story very much. The hubris in the story is very clear.

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A Fast And Fun Story!

This is very short but I still loved it. It reminds me of all the fantastic sci fi that
I used to read as a child. I also loved Mr. White's awesome narration. I think
he did a wonderful job with the different characters. I highly recommend this
story to everyone.

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somethings out there

although the content was interesting, the nara toe brings you back to a 1950s melodramatic radio show.
"I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Audio Copy of this book.".

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must listen before the hollidays

really cute rendition of an old story.. laugh out loud funny and serious at the same time..

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Press Any Key

this was a wonderful book to have read and heard via audible you should check it out if you enjoy sci fi