The Forever War Series: The Forever War, A Separate War, and Forever Free by Joe Haldeman

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The Forever War Series: The Forever War, A Separate War, and Forever Free

'Praise for The Forever War “To say that The Forever War is the best science fiction war novel ever written is to damn it with faint praise. It is, for all its techno-extrapolative brilliance, as fine and woundingly genuine a war story as any I’ve read.” —William Gibson   “Like all the best works of literature, The Forever War takes you apart and then . . . puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary.” —Junot Díaz   “A book filled with mind-bending ideas about relativistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war.” —Cory Doctorow  Praise for Forever Free “Everything good science fiction should be . . . A grand adventure into what it means to be human.” —Charles de Lint, Fantasy & Science Fiction   “A well-written and worthy sequel to one of SF’s enduring classics.” —Publishers Weekly  '
'Praise for The Forever War “To say that The Forever War is the best science fiction war novel ever written is to damn it with faint praise. It is, for all its techno-extrapolative brilliance, as fine and woundingly genuine a war story as any I’ve read.” —William Gibson   “Like all the best works of literature, The Forever War takes you apart and then . . . puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary.” —Junot Díaz   “A book filled with mind-bending ideas about relativistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war.” —Cory Doctorow  Praise for Forever Free “Everything good science fiction should be . . . A grand adventure into what it means to be human.” —Charles de Lint, Fantasy & Science Fiction   “A well-written and worthy sequel to one of SF’s enduring classics.” —Publishers Weekly  '
Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy ISBN: 9781504048576 Pages: 562