“Wieczna wojna” scenariusz Joe Haldeman, rysunki Marvano, kolory Bruno Marchand, tłumaczenie Krzysztof Uliszewski, Egmont, Warszawa. Wieczna wojna (franc. La guerre éternelle) – francuska seria komiksowa z gatunku science-fiction, której autorami są Joe Haldeman (scenariusz) i Marvano . Najbardziej znaną powieścią Haldemana jest Wieczna wojna, zainspirowana doświadczeniami z Wietnamu, za którą dostał nagrody Hugo oraz Nebula. Później.
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I commandeered computer time and found out the orbital elements of her ship and its departure time; found out I could watch her leave from “our” desert. In one sense, this book is an amusing and entertaining galactic war story that is smartly delivered and is faithful to physics, particularly the theory of special relativity. I don’t know how to put it. Oh also the currency switches from dollars to calories Kcals?
View all 15 comments. It was as if the author focused on an extra in a war film about someone more interesting. All in naldeman, a terrible book.
Ualdeman protagonist is the worst part of the book. Haldeman II Haldeman is the author of 20 novels and five collections. I first read The Forever War a couple years ago in audiobook format, I quite liked it but to be honest it did not leave much of a lasting impression.
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It shines a light not only on the culture of the s in which it was written, but also on our potential future. This piqued me interest because of the title and then the blurb sounded awesome. When the soldiers actually meet the enemy, the result is brief and unfulfilling.
The army continues to promote him, mainly because his seniority has reached ridiculous levels after centuries of service. Anyway, this went from an irritating tic to deeply repulsive in a scene that’s described as an orgy but reads like a mass rape to me.
The characters find it so difficult to live on Earth that they return to the “space army” and continue fighting the war.
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman. The story is a simple one. The book was about as imaginative as the naming of the main characters: And he took me compellingly along until I had to force myself to stop reading and get some sleep, until the next morning, when I eagerly picked the book up again.
He said that even so, he had to cut a novella portion from the middle because “it was too depressing,” according to his publisher. Why do some people think we are slave citizens who should be happy we are given so much by so called society instead of lustful individuals who do things way bettre than espablish status quo and wanna be overlords? I pointed out that most of them probably hadn’t even been born yet.
More than that, this is a war novel. I was in the US Air Force for 22 yea This is obviously a classic in the realms of sci-fi and of anti-war novels, and another book with thousands of reviews that I can’t improve upon, but I’ll just offer a couple of insights. I can see why this quote is one of the most underlined in the book. We sat there for some time, not touching the exquisite food, ignoring the beauty around us and beneath us, only conscious of each other and the two sheets of paper that separated us with a gulf as wide and real as death.
For a long time we couldn’t say anything. Esta novela lo tiene todo. Okay – no word of a lie. View all 20 comments. Lesbian separatism does seem like a very reasonable response to the world as presented in the bit that I actually struggled through.
Dowolnik: “Wieczna wojna” Joe Haldeman, Marvano
That rubbed me the wrong way. Smoking weed, banging different chicks every night with no consequences, blowing shit up, liberal use of the “swear words” that he uses behind his parents back, and dialog that it so unrealistic you can tell straight away that this 14 year old is NOT on the Honor Roll. I often enjoy reading what science fiction expected us to have by now, wona I’m often very wojnna they’ve been proved wrong, though jet packs would still be fun.
I don’t get it. Although it is fun to watch the main character squirm about homosexuality, so there’s that.
The best thing about the book though is that it has dated exceedingly well. Even if the war was over and we left for Earth only a few minutes apart, in different ships, the geometry of the collapsar wojnw would pile up years between us. If I have one complaint it is the overlong section which tells the story of the final battles with the aliens Taurans, personally I always find scenes of military engagements very dull, though you may feel differently.
They are in the jor, they fight on the line, they are Modern Women. Meanwhile the war is still going on or whatever and the guy gets promoted or something.
The hero is — well, if he had more depth or dimension, I would probably hate him, but as it is, he’s just a cardboard cutout of a haldemqn MMPORG persona. I didn’t get 20 pages into the book before a dread of what the next few hundred pages would bring. Haldeman weaves the practical aspects of relativity into this book more than any other SF novel I’ve read.
This book is all plot and no character. However, from the beginning jor the book, the sexual encounters were a constant topic of conversation.
I am now several several, several, and several years older and know all about the highly political nature of the book and I still think it is a kick-ass sci-fi story. Besides, she hadn’t been such a bad girl before the power went to her head.