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Publisher's Summary

Audie Award Winner • Earphones Award Winner • Best of 2016 Science Fiction Audiobook

Battlefield Earth is an enormous epic of adventure set in the year 3000, when the future survival of what's left of the human race is at stake. When Jonnie Goodboy Tyler decides to venture out of the small and dwindling community of humans barely surviving in their Rocky Mountain retreat, he has no thought of challenging the order that for a thousand years has held the earth prisoner to the oppressive alien race of the Psychlos.

The Psychlos and their vast intergalactic mining corporation have dominated and exploited all known galaxies for centuries, ruthlessly destroying races who dare to resist. How one man - with the aid of a few surviving Scotsmen—tackles the greatest malignant power in the universe makes for a sprawling adventure of thrilling heroics, full of dangerous underground work, interplanetary wars, intergalactic financial intrigue, monster races, and complex political manipulation spread across a vast canvas of epic scale.

Experience the unabridged audiobook in fully immersive HD sound of the story that changed the shape of science fiction forever. Performed by over 65 actors playing 198 characters with 150,000 sound effects.

“The sheer scope of this production of the epic sci-fi adventure Battlefield Earth is breathtaking.” (Stefan Rudnicki)

“This futuristic tale, featuring aliens and humans fighting for survival, comes across as compelling and believable.” (Booklist)

“It's like a full-blown feature film inside your head.” (Audiobook Heaven)

“A vivid movie of the mind!” (Audio File Magazine)

Unlike any other audiobook ever produced. A fully immersive experience, this unabridged audiobook features more than 65 actors including Grammy Award-winning audiobook producer and narrator Stefan Rudnicki.

This state-of-the-art audio engineering has created a wholly cinematic soundtrack with:

  • 47½ hours of pulse-pounding drama and action professionally recorded with high-definition sound.
  • A gorgeous cinematic soundtrack with full orchestral compositions and more than 150,000 sound effects.
  • A cast of more than 65 actors - many of whom are celebrity voices from TV, films, and games - performing 198 characters.

Awards and Accolades: Top 100 science fiction books

  • Top three of the best 100 English language novels of the 20th century by the Random House Modern Library Readers Poll
  • US Golden Scroll and Saturn Awards
  • Tetradramma d'Oro Award
  • Gutenberg Award

Listen to the novel that changed the shape of science fiction.

Additional performers include: Roy Abramsohn, Corey Burton, Nancy Cartwright, Bob Caso, R. F. Daley, Charles Davis, Neil Dickson, Ellen Dubin, Jim Meskimen, Tamra Meskimen, Michael Gough, Kaleo Griffith, Christina Huntington, Larrs Jackson, Don Leslie, Ralph Lister, Mark Mintz, Phil Nee, Joe Ochman, Mr. Phil Proctor, Enn Reitel, Patrick Renna, Alan Shearman, Thomas Silcott, Tadao Tomomatsu, Bob Walter, Matt Wolf, Robert Wu, Michael Yurchak, Gregory Lee Kenyon, Darren Richardson, Jason Wilburn, Rick Zieff, and Roger Steffens.    

©2016 Galaxy Audio (P)2016 Galaxy Audio

Critic Reviews

"A vivid movie of the mind." (AudioFile)

“The sheer scope of this production of the epic sci-fi adventure Battlefield Earth is breathtaking.” (Stefan Rudnicki) 

"Pulse-pounding mile-a-minute sci-fi action adventure that does not stop. It is a masterpiece of popular adventure science-fiction." (Brandon Sanderson)

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Pulp Sci-Fi Done Right! More Like This!

The story is fun, simple and escapist pulp sci-fi...a bit old fashioned but enjoyable. But what makes this book worth it is the excellent performance and production values. I hope the producers can do this kind of thing more often.

The performance: Wonderfully done, with multiple voices (a necessity given the large cast of players) not only reading but performing the story. Music, sound effects, and a great cast make this not just an audiobook, but almost a play or an "audio-movie." Battlefield Earth is a fun book, but the brilliant rendering makes a 4-star story into a 5-star audiobook.

Say what you like about L. Ron Hubbard [and there is a lot to say], he could write fun stories of thrills, spills and derring-do with brave heroes who laugh in the face of danger, beautiful damsels in distress and evildoers who seem to be evil because evil is fun. Deep themes? Nope. Subtle messages? Nada. Thought provoking concepts about the present and future of humanity? None here. Adventure, action, rollicking fun!

That is not to say that the story is free of blemishes. The most grating is that the (human) characters are handled via ethnic stereotype (with attitudes that seemed more fitting to the 1930's than the 1980's publication date of the book or the 2010's date of this review).

Be warned: This audiobook clocks in at just under 48 hours [the original book was over 1000 pages]. There are about a dozen places where you figure the story is winding up only to find that you are getting swept along as it continues for many more hours.

Lastly: For those who worry that Battlefield Earth is some sort of propaganda or screed for Hubbard's Church of Scientology: it isn't. Yes, there are a few minor points in there aligned with Scientology's teachings, but they appear rather late and are incidental to the story.

Notes: There is a similar multi-voice production of Dune on Audible (Dune being a much richer and more complex source text than Battlefield Earth). And if you like Hubbard's pulp writing style, you might want to check out Ole Doc Methuselah.

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Completely ruins all other audiobooks!

The production quality of this book is completely ruining all other audiobooks I've listened to. And I've listened to a couple hundred at this point between Audible and other services.

A full cast of voice actors creates an engaging interaction between each of the characters. The music has an amazing way of installing a mood for what is happening. And the sound effects make you feel like you're listening to a movie in your ears.

It's like other audio books are a picture and this book is a fully produced movie. Sure, the other pictures are good, but nothing comes close to this level of production. I think it's setting the ground and raising the bar for all future audio production.

The story is amazing too! Starting with one person up in the mountains and then grows to a multi-galactic space opera. Very impressive!

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A Caveman, a Cannibal and a Nazi walk outside...

I'm honestly not sure what I think of this book, and I've had a ridiculous amount of time to think it over. It is almost fifty hours long, which translates into over a month of listening time on a commute.

Okay, let's start with the obvious bit. First off, it's fully cast and produced. That means tons of different voices, a soundtrack and cool sound effects that do a great job creating atmosphere. The voice actors are clearly putting a lot of heart into it, and the narrator does a terrific job. A lot of money went into this recreation by a lot of people who really respected the work and it shows.

Next comes the unpleasant part. The story is ridiculous. The naming conventions are awful (Psychlos? Johnny Goodboy Tyler? Snowl?) and jars you loose from any immersion. The forward provided by Hubbard indicates that he incorporated economics, culture, politics and art to make the environment more real, but it's pretty clear that the author's understanding of those subjects was pretty superficial. It's made worse by the fact that he devotes so much time to it. You will get huge chunks of time where you have a group of people discussing the mortgage arrangement of Earth (yes, that actually happens).

If you're interested how the book relates to the movie, I will tell you that the movie only covers the first third (or so) of this book. The book does clarify some of the plot holes (like why the Psychlos on Earth are so lax and incompetent), but it generally makes about as much sense as the movie does. The title of this review is actually a scene that occurs in the book, and when describing it to a friend he asked, "So what's the punchline?" The one problem is that, while you could laugh at the movie for its flaws, it would be much harder to laugh at if you needed to be subjected to fifty hours worth of it to complete the story. And at least in the movie you had a good amount of mindless action to keep you entertained. In the book, the action sequences are very brief or only told in abstract after the fact.

Granted, Hubbard wrote books in another time, the 1930's, and the audience expected different things from science fiction back then. Tragically, this book was written in the 80's, right in the middle of a science fiction revolution, so it is weirdly anachronistic. If this book was one third the length, I would recommend it to anyone who wants a creative adventure story you don't have to think that hard about. As it stands, I would only recommend it to people who really enjoy very old (note I didn't say classic) science fiction. Or can marathon the entire black and white Frankenstein movies in a day.

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Shocked!

I am avid audiobook listener and, without sounding like a cliche, this is by far the beat audiobook I've had the pleasure to listen to. I am used to one voice, two max and a few sound effects. But this book has more than 50 voice actors, countless sound effects and high quality music I wouldn't mind buying by itself!

And what to say about the story. There is 3D and even 4D cinema, but I think Hubbard achieved a whole new "D" with this book. The depth of each character and the different story lines running are simply unique.

It is more than 40 hours of entertainment right and pure science fiction that will keep you on the edge of your sit to the very end!

I highly recommend it!

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Best Audiobook Production I've ever listened to

What did you love best about Battlefield Earth?

I just started listening to this new Battlefield Earth Audiobook. As a huge Audiobook enthusiast I can honestly say this is the best production I have ever heard. It is pretty remarkable what an amazing job they did at getting so many difference voices for the different characters, and the sound production behind is adding so many incredible sound effects. Its like listening to a movie!

What about the narrators’s performance did you like?

I am enthralled by all the different voices and all the actors that appear in this book.

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Please remove the pauses!!

So I was very entertained by this audiobook; especially since I have read this book in the past.
But what I was VERY annoying about the performance was the extended musical interludes at the end of every chapter that ranged from 15-45 seconds: that’s over TWO additional hours added to the book that are unnecessary!!
There were a few chapters that did not reset on time for its own chapter and the epilogue was messed up.
Other than that, GREAT book that is one of my Sci-fi favorites!!

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An audio book worthy of the best Sci-Fi story ever

What made the experience of listening to Battlefield Earth the most enjoyable?

Battlefield Earth is the best Science Fiction story ever written. Period! I have read the book every year for 24 years since I first discovered it. And, now, this is no ordinary narrated audio version of the story - it is a virtual Theater of Sound! It is superlative quality - and fully enhances the experience of this most amazing book! The music is rich and intricate in tone and texture and fits the story like a glove in every scene. Of equal caliber are the sound effects - fully as good as a top-rate movie sound track. And the voice actors are total pro's! Every last one!This is a must for anyone who loves a great story. But, hold on to your seat - because the pace doesn't let up for 47 hours! Hands down the best product on the audio book market to date! Monumental accomplishment! Bravo!!! Very, very well done! Thank you Galaxy Press for caring enough to do this one right!

Any additional comments?

I love the quality and smooth operation of my Audible download and player. My first purchase from Audible - and it won't be my last.

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WOW WOW WOW!!!


What a writer! What an epic story! And what a production!!!!

This is an-all-time classic narrated by an outstanding multicast with sound effects!!!

I was transported throughout the entire story and simply could not put it down!

I've seen it referred to as "a movie of the mind" and it really is that!

So worth the credit and more!



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Cassic Made Better!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I read this book in the 80's and again a few years latter - one of the very best book out of 100's. Now it is out in Audible and it is much more alive. I could not put it down - sleep is not that important!

What did you like best about this story?

The story is great but with this production in audible it takes on a life that is amazing.

Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, all great voices - best is Jonny.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The rats!

Any additional comments?

Best editing of an Audio book ever!

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Deceived

What disappointed you about Battlefield Earth?

I'm not sure why people like this book so much. The story is bland, the characters shallow and the setting so used up, you can see through. This has nothing on the Foundation series, The Stormlight Archive or Dune. There are a LOT of other good Sci-Fi books out there. This is not one of them.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Battlefield Earth?

I'd cut all the annoying music between the chapters. I think it's there just to add to the total duration of the book just so you think you'll have enough for your money.

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If I could, I would demand a refund for this. The production and delivery of the text is quite incredible and I would like to have more book embrace that genre when it, but the story after the first part is boring at best. Do yourself a favor and chose another book, unless you are curious to see the sound effect and actors performances.

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  • Jim Pike
  • 09-21-16

Awful, just awful..

I read this when it came out and thought it to be a long and undemanding pulp sci-fi novel harking back a way to the 50's golden age from whence the author emerged. Great for whiling away hours at sea without putting too much strain on the brain.

This 'production' tries to elevate it into something grand and wonderful and fails miserably.
I find it's always a good thing when reading vintage sci-fi to suspend cultural sensitivities in favour of the ones prevailing at the time of writing (sexism, implied homophobia etc) else you could never enjoy the Lensmen books for instance but this writing is riddled with every kind of predjudice and stereotype presented in a way in which it is difficult to get past.

The story itself is simple enough, an everyday tale of one man's crusade to throw off the burden of Alien parasites and remake the world in his own view (A Mary Sue if ever there was one) but the production is horrid. The voice acting isn't awful considering what the actors have to work with, that no character has more emotional depth than a puddle and dialogue which might just make it into the Beano on a slack week but it's the music which really puts the tin hat on it. I seem to recall that Hubbard wrote music to accompany the original novel. If this is it, then I pity anybody involved in its recording. It is hackneyed, stereotyped, has no sympathy with the story, seems bolted on where it can be fitted in, usually at the end of each chapter and became a real endurance test as the thing continued. I took to skipping past as much as I could. That the skip function on the Audible player would also miss out some of the story was often a bonus.

In all I persevered with this as long as I could. Why? I struggle to answer that even now.. I had to go away and read an Alastair Reynolds just to get my head back on straight.

I can't begin to think who might enjoy this and if you are tempted, read the book.

Caveat Emptor

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  • Raymond Moffat
  • 06-17-16

Outstanding

I don't normally like dramatised audio books but this one is so good , I'm very pleased I took a chance!

If you read the book but hated the awful film version, rest assured, this audio version does justice to this Sci fi classic!

The performances are outstanding and is a must for any Sci fi fans library ! The story is brought to life by the fine performer's and you easily find yourself drawn into the world of L Ron Hubbard's classic!

At over 47 hours in length this is a mega offering from Audible but that time flies by as you are drawn into the narrative. There are no dull sluggish parts, so be prepared for the audio equivalent of a page turner!

I won't go into the story as I feel a short synopsis can't do this book justice, let me just say if you love Sci fi, you will be missing out on a true classic if you don't put this in your library!

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  • Michael O'connor
  • 02-11-19

okay story, irritating production and acting.

This is a mammoth audio book, the biggest I've listened to so far. It consists of around 248 chapters. The story itself is not bad at all. Considering when it was written, it still holds up well today as a credible Sci-fi adventure.

The let down with this particular audio book is the (over) production and overly romantic notion of the Scottish, who feature heavily in the story from around two thirds in. I am a Scotsman myself and I found the voice acting pretty grim and the image of "The Scatts" (say with a dramatic American accent to appreciate what is to come your way in the audio book) with their Lachaber axes and Claymore swords to be amusingly stereotypical and a little annoying after a time.

The real downfall is the closing tune that accompanies the last 30 seconds of EVERY chapter. At first it sounds very dramatic and fits the scene. There are maybe 10 different chapter tunes and you'll soon tire of listening to them. I found myself racing for the skip button as soon as I could sense the music coming on. With so many chapters you will be forced (unless you master the skip button) to listen to around 2hrs of chapter closing tunage.

Despite the criticisms I think overall it was worth a credit and if you are struggling to find something to listen to and you like sci-fi then give it a go, but only if you've got nothing else on your wish list.

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  • Phil R
  • 02-14-19

A struggle! The story is very poor for me.

A lot of people seem to like this book, but for me it rambled on and on seeming endless, with unbelievable plots etc. Ive not quite finished it but i can't bring myself to listen to any more.

The narration is fine it's just the story that I have a problem with. 2/10. Must try harder.

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  • The Rendles
  • 02-09-19

Great story.

I loved the story but the longer I listened the more I found the narrator a bit annoying.
It's the way a pauses when he names things.
He does it on the chapters as well.

Jonny approached the...... console.
Part 6 chapter........... 4.

I'm being a picky but you know when things just.......... get to you?

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  • David Lewis, 4016
  • 08-08-19

Might be the most boring book I’ve ever read

Yawn, dearly me. The length doesn’t constitute good value. The production company are very proud of this work but I was very rarely intrigued by any of it.

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  • rt19561
  • 05-17-17

So bad its comical

Bought to see what the inventor of something as ludicrous as Scientology would produce as a novel. It is the most absurd, repetitive, long-windexc and unbelievable storyline I have ever come across. The audible version is even worse...the Scottish accents are beyond bad and have to be heard to be believed. Don't waste your money !

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-27-20

Those accents man!

The terrible Scottish accents and cheesy American writing surrounding the Scots made thia difficult to listen to. Pretty disappointed.

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  • Brainstorm
  • 10-26-19

rubbish

I have been saving this book for a few years as I had to have spinal surgery, it was going to be my long listen during the time of recuperation as I had to remain in one position for a long while. I have now had the surgery and started to listen to the book. It is the most uninteresting and complicated book I have ever heard. I have not been able to get past the first five chapters. it's appalling.

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  • Graham Pepper-Evans
  • 05-28-19

WOW

Enjoyed the whole story, narration was wonderful, took me along on a wonderful journey, voice actors took me to new heights of enjoyment. I have read sifi all my life Hubbard is one of the best. I just wished the movie was of the same standard

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  • J.T
  • 07-02-16

Brilliant. Just brilliant!!!!

Absolutely gripping. The most entertained I have ever been!!! Found myself totally in the story, living and breathing it!

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  • Richard Riles
  • 03-16-18

Disappointed

absolutel rubish a bad purchase and i would like to seen it back for a refund but I dont know how

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-30-20

Brilliant

Read this many years ago.... Fantastic to
listen too... Well done with the character voices and atmosphere

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  • john richards
  • 10-01-19

the most epic thing out there

this is an entire 7 season show wrapped into 1 book. a post apocalypse story, an alien invasion story, a love story, even a political drama way deeper in the story. this has so many layers and character depth by the end you feel personally attached to these characters as if they have been with you for years.

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  • Michael
  • 05-03-19

This book is a must have In your collection!

So much better than the movie. For sci fi lovers who didn’t get enough out of the movie this will intrigue and entertain time and time again. Very well produced.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-26-19

Fantastic!

A wonderful, high adventure sci-fi fabulously told - I couldn’t listen fast enough! Well done!

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  • Amsel Alston
  • 08-24-18

It Comes And Goes in Cycles

A very enjoyable story. It could have finished in multiple places, but didn't. It's a very formulaic story but it's enjoyable in that simplicity. The dramatisation was superb and really kept me listening. Certainly a book worth the listening to.

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  • Ben
  • 07-18-18

Epic story

An epic story. well written, well narrated. lots of quirky characters. A tail of banking

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  • Krackers
  • 04-19-18

Wow. What an absolutely epic Journey.

This wasn't just a tale, nor just a story. It's an absolutely epic Journey that never felt like it got old or stale. Very sad moment when I arrived at the end.

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  • P. F. Richards
  • 04-05-18

WHAT AN ADVENTURE

Having read the book many years ago, and loved it, and then been disappointed at the limited scope of the movie, this presentation is just as L.Ron says in his introduction - an epic of 'pure science fiction'. Tears and cheers along the way with a few WTF's thrown in but a great listen for those who loved the book - great work to all who persevered with the audio book production - thank you all.

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