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THE FOREVER WAR Masterpieces of Science Fiction Easton Press by Joe Haldeman

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The Forever War (The Forever War, #1)

b Series Info b br This is the first part of the Forever War series however it can be read as a standalone br br b Book Description b br The Earth s leaders have drawn a line in the interstellar sand despite the fact that the fierce alien enemy that they would oppose is inscrutable unconquerable and very far away A reluctant conscript drafted into an elite Military unit Private William Mandella has been propelled through space and time to fight in the distant thousand year conflict to perform his duties without rancor and even rise up through military ranks Pvt Mandella is willing to do whatever it takes to survive the ordeal and return home But home may be even more terrifying than battle because thanks to the time dilation caused by space travel Mandella is aging months while the Earth he left behind is aging centuries

Forever Peace (The Forever War, #2)

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The Accidental Time Machine

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Two aliens have wandered Earth for centuries The Changeling has survived by adapting the forms of many different organisms The Chameleon destroys anything or anyone that threatens it br br Now a sunken relic that holds the key to their origins calls to them to take them home but the Chameleon has decided there s only room for one

Forever Free (The Forever War, #3)

You can t lose for winning especially it would seem if you re Joe Haldeman Suffering the same fate as many an author who s dared to pen unconventional sequels to a ferociously loved book in this case i The Forever War i Haldeman has risked the ire of his many devoted admirers a second time the first sequel was the award spangled i Forever Peace i But Haldeman s call not too surprisingly proves to be a deft one giving us a book that while significantly different from its predecessor turns out to be equally captivating and sensitive in many ways even more thought provoking Sure it doesn t match i The Forever War i for sheer impact but then again what does p As in i The Forever War i the heart of this story is the dry ironic bite of fighting suit vet William Mandella now middle aged and a parent along with his love and comrade in arms Marygay to two teen aged kids The family leads a spartan life on the cold and desolate planet Middle Finger which serves as a sort of genetic safe deposit box for the current incarnation of humanity an inhuman race of group mind clones known as Man But the animals in the zoo are getting restless and a core group of vets led by William and Marygay plot an unusual escape hijacking a reconditioned time ship and using it to take a light year tour over years of their own time to rejoin the world they know only after generations have passed Much of the action involves the hatching and fruition of this plot but Haldeman doesn t really mix things up until nearing the end when he dissolves physics as we know it and calls down the wrath of God itself i Paul Hughes i p

Marsbound (Marsbound, #1)

A novel of the red planet from the Hugo and Nebula Award winning author of i The Accidental Time Machine i and i Old Twentieth i Young Carmen Dula and her family are about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime they re going to Mars Once on the Red Planet however Carmen realizes things are not so different from Earth There are chores to do lessons to learn and oppressive authority figures to rebel against And when she ventures out into the bleak Mars landscape alone one night a simple accident leads her to the edge of death until she is saved by an angel an angel with too many arms and legs a head that looks like a potato gone bad and a message for the newly arrived human inhabitants of Mars i We were here first i


div b The discovery of a remarkable alien technology light years from Earth could have devastating consequences for humanity in this science fiction classic by the author of the Hugo and Nebula Award winning novel i The Forever War i b br br In the far future the accidental scientific breakthrough known as the Levant Meyer Translation changes everything Suddenly people can leap instantaneously across the universe albeit temporarily enabling teams of Tamers to explore far flung worlds and prepare them for possible human habitation But one expedition doesn t make it back alive br br Jacque Lefavre achieves his lifelong dream of becoming a Tamer when he joins the Agency for Extraterrestrial Development On his first exploratory mission to a planet known as Groombridge Lefavre and his team encounter something truly extraordinary a small nonsentient creature that when joined with another of its kind creates a telepathic bridge But exploiting this psychic link could bring unanticipated perils for it is about to bring Lefavre and his team into dangerously close contact with the L vrai an ancient advanced and hostile race of star travelers an encounter that could prove to be the first step in humankind s salvation or its doom br br div

All My Sins Remembered

Otto McGavin is peacefully idealistic by nature an Anglo Buddhist who seeks employment with the Confederacion because he believes in its mission to protect human amp nonhuman rights The only problem is that the Confederacion needs him as one of its twelve Prime Operators for its secret service the TBII The TBII wants him as a spy thief amp assassin It s not of course a problem for the Confederacion which simply uses immersion therapy amp hypnotic personality overlay for Otto s training then sends him out in deep cover encased in plastiflesh on a variety of dangerous missions on a number of bizarre worlds But for him it s a different matter what he has to witness amp what he s forced to do take a terrible toll Always he returns to his original self his conscience stabbed by the memory of all those he d killed in the service of interstellar harmony

Old Twentieth

The twentieth century lies hundreds of years in humanity s past But the near immortal citizens of the future yearn for the good old days when people s bodies were susceptible to death through disease and old age Now they immerse themselves in virtual reality time machines to explore the life to death arc that defined existence so long ago Jacob Brewer is a virtual reality engineer overseeing the time machine s operation aboard the starship Aspera But on the thousand year voyage to Beta Hydrii the eight hundred member crew gets more reality than they expect when people entering the machine start to die

Starbound (A Marsbound Novel)

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The Accidental Time Machine, Forever Peace (The Forever War, #2), Forever Free (The Forever War, #3), Starbound (A Marsbound Novel), The Forever War (The Forever War, #1), All My Sins Remembered, Mindbridge, Marsbound (Marsbound, #1), Camouflage, Old Twentieth