"How far is too far? Alan Corday is about to find out. Corday is shanghaied aboard a craft bound for the stars… on a journey at the speed of light, the world he leaves behind fast vanishing into the past. And nothing in the dark, forbidding reaches of space can prepare him for the astounding discovery he will make upon his return from the stars.
"Hubbard was one of the great pulp writers, and this brief SF novel...is one of his finest works." (Publishers Weekly)
"Scientology founder Hubbard first published Stars in two 1950 issues of Astounding Science Fiction. The story is still pertinent today. A-" (Entertainment Weekly)
"A cast of talented pros, strong character development, and sterling production values make this a rich listen. Special kudos to Jim Meskimen as the terse, enigmatic Captain Jocelyn and to the sound effects team for a smashing, lush job....A standout audio offering." (AudioFile)
"As in a number of groundbreaking - or time-breaking, I suppose we ought to say - works of science fiction, the science behind the story is more interesting than the fiction itself. Hubbard is a thinker who writes, rather than a writer who thinks, as most masters are." (San Francisco Chronicle)
“One of the greatest science fiction novels ever written.” (Jerry Pournelle)
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