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Tags:science fiction, vietnam, The Forever War, Joe Haldeman
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The Mothership - 2014-12-09
Thanks for making me aware of this novel, I'm off to the library first thing tomorrow.
Pillager - 2014-12-09
You won't be disappointed. It's an excellent rebuttal to Starship Troopers.

Old People - 2014-12-09
An excellent and profoundly boring rebuttal. Also, in real life, physics nerds with IQs of 150 don't make good soldiers. Can't believe that shit was written by a combat vet.
There's a great nonfiction book of the same name, written by Dexter Filkins, an embedded reporter's grunt's-eye view of the current War on Terror. It contains some of the best-written and most accurate accounts of modern urban combat I've ever read.

The Mothership - 2014-12-09
I've read Starship Troopers, and Ender's Game, and I'm guessing this book here is somewhere inbetween them, give or take. Still sounds good, and thanks for the crit, as I know you are both people who know something about war and that.

OxygenThief - 2014-12-10
He also co-wrote Robot Jox with Stuart Gordon so the man obviously has some range.

Oktay - 2014-12-12
Just finished re-reading Stranger In A Strange Land and I can't believe both are written by the same guy. I honestly don't know what to make of him, except that I grok he liked to push people's buttons.

Also, I remember liking FW, but not much else. I'll have to read it again. That's what happens to your memory with old age. The important thing is, I had an onion tied to my belt, which was the style at the time and so on.

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