Peace and War - Joe Haldeman Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Joe Halderman / Publication Date: 2006 / Publisher: Gollancz
Newest Review: ... book is definitely worthy of being called a 'classic' and it is one of the only science fiction books that you can really ... more
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by - written on 29/03/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I have never read a military science fiction before but I a few years ago I was looking for a new book to read and stumbled upon this 'classic' in my local Waterstones. After reading and liking other science fiction books I decided to buy this book after reading the back and a label on the shelf saying that it was highly recommended. Published in 1975, The Forever War (the first book in this omnibus) feels like a throwback to the Golden Age of the 50's and 60's in terms of writing style but Haldeman's view of space warfare is definitely coloured by the more cynical approach of the 70's New Wave (not to mention his own experiences in Vietnam). The book really ... Read the complete review
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