Books by L. Ron Hubbard

THE ULTIMATE ADVENTURE by L. Ron Hubbard
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Oct. 1, 2005

"For Scientologists and die-hard pulp fiction aficionados only."
The 1939 novella that inspired John W. Campbell's short-lived fantasy magazine Unknown, appearing now for the first time in hardcover. Read full book review >
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 26, 1998

"Dreadful preadolescent plotting in comic-strip prose."
Before his self-glorification as the founder of Scientology, Hubbard was an inhumanly prolific pulp-fiction hack. Read full book review >
FEAR by L. Ron Hubbard
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Released: Jan. 1, 1990

A moldering relic from Hubbard's pre-Dianetics days, when he was a prince of the pulps: a ripely surrealistic horror novel—about a man plagued by four missing hours—finally receiving hard-cover publication after first appearing in Unknown magazine in 1940 and then as a mass-market paperback in 1970. Read full book review >
FINAL BLACKOUT by L. Ron Hubbard
Released: May 1, 1989

Thoughtful war-as-character-builder yarn that first appeared as a magazine serial in 1940, then as a hard-cover in 1948: neither as bad as Battlefield Earth and the appalling ten-volume Mission Earth might lead you to expect, nor as significant as Algis Budrys' sycophantic introduction would have you believe. Read full book review >