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Review: Forever Free (The Forever War #3), by Joe Haldeman

Years have passed since the Forever War reached its conclusion, and William Mandella is settled on an icy backwater of a planet, a haven for the minority of remaining humans who aren’t part of the hivemind known as Man. He … Continue reading

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Review: Forever Peace (The Forever War #2), by Joe Haldeman

In the year 2043, our world is embroiled in a large-scale war between the Alliance, composed of industrialised Western nations, and the Ngumi, a loose coalition of developing nations without access to the nano-forging technology that contributes to much of … Continue reading

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Review: The Forever War (The Forever War #1), by Joe Haldeman

I fell in love with fantasy at a young age, and I’ve read widely in the genre over the years, but I came to science fiction a bit later in life, when I discovered the Culture novels by Iain M. … Continue reading

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Review: Falling Sky (Ben Gold #1), by Rajan Khanna

A couple of generations ago, our world suffered the outbreak of a plague that renders the infected zombie-like and feral, reduced to an animalistic existence of eating, fighting, breeding, and dying. The survivors have mostly taken to the skies, living … Continue reading

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