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Forever War (S.F. Masterworks) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. Januar 1999

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"Today we're going to show you eight silent ways to kill a man." The first line of this 1974 sf war story still grabs hard: The Forever War, winner of both Hugo and Nebula awards, is a fine choice to launch Millennium's "SF Masterworks" series of classic reissues. Future soldier William Mandella's service in the interstellar "Forever War" chillingly echoes Vietnam, where Joe Haldeman was severely wounded and won the Purple Heart. Afterwards, many real-life veterans found themselves distanced and alienated from US society: thanks to starflight's time dislocations, Mandella returns from weeks or months of combat duty to an Earth which after centuries of change is no longer his home. Though armed with increasingly futuristic weaponry--laser fingers, nova bombs, stasis fields--the infantry still suffers the long agonising waits, the sudden flurry and horror of battle, the shock of loss in a futile war without glory or glamour. But there's still room for tenderness, and for a satisfying ending as the cruel equations of relativistic time finally work in Mandella's favour. Incidentally, this is the first full British edition. When The Forever War was serialised, the magazine editor vetoed one section; it was omitted from the 1974 novel and is now restored. Highly recommended. --David Langford

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"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, author of "Neuromancer, Spook Country
""There are a handful of moments when an American science fiction novel abruptly and seemingly effortlessly satisfied every possible expectation conveyed not only by the genre's ambitions, but of those of the whole literary landscape with which it was contemporary: Sturgeon's "More Than Human," Dick's "The Man In The High Castle," LeGuin's "Dispossessed," Gibson's "Neuromancer," "The Forever War" is one such book, and like those others still carries with it that air of recognition and possibility."
--Jonathan Lethem, author of "Gun With Occcasional Music, Fortress of Solitude
""Perhaps the most important war novel written since Vietnam . . . Haldeman, a veteran, is a flat-out visionary . . . and protagonist William Mandella's attempt to survive and remain human in the face of an absurd almost endless war is harrowing hilarious heartbreaking and true . . . like all the best works of literature THE FOREVER WAR takes you apart and then, before you can turn that last page, puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary."
--Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author of "The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
""If there was a Fort Knox for Science Fiction writers, we'd have to lock Joe Haldeman up."
--Stephen King, author of "The Shining, The Dead Zone, The Stand
"""The Forever War" is not just a great Science Fiction novel, it's a great Vietnam war novel- and a great war novel, without qualification- that is also Science Fiction. A classic to grace either genre."
--Iain M. Banks, author of "Use of Weapons, The Player of Games, Matter
""FOREVER WAR is brilliant--one of the most influential war novels of our time. That it happens to be set in the future only broadens and enhances its message."
--Greg Bear, author of "Moving Mars, Eon, The Forge of God
""A parable whose lessons are needful learning once more."
--John Scalzi, author of "Old Man's War, The Ghost Brigades, Zoe's Tale
""I first read this twenty years ago and have never forgotten the wonder and fury it kindled at the time. Anyone who talks about the glory of war has obviously never read it. A beautifully detailed and intensely personal account of a conflict which lasts for over a thousand years, as told by one grunt who lives through it all. Only a writer as skillfull and knowledgeable as Haldeman could use war's dark glamour to lure the reader in and then deplou the sam fascination to show just what kind of effect this orchestrated barbarism can have on the human soul."
--Peter F. Hamilton, author of "Pandora's Star, Judas Unchained, The Dreaming Void
""In a literature of ideas, "The Forever War" is a titan: a book filled with mind-bending ideas about relatavistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war. In today's world, where we think declaring war on abstract nouns like TERROR is a winning strategy, we need THE FOREVER WAR."
--Cory Doctorow, author of "Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Little Brother X
""It is to the Vietnam War what "Catch-22" was to World War II, the definitive, bleakly comicsatire."
--Thomas M. Disch, author of "Camp"" Concentration,"" 334
"""The Forever War" does what the very best science fiction does. It deals with extremes both societal and teleological; it places a frame around humankind's place in the universe to show us what is outside the frame; and it functions simultaneously at the literal and metaphorical level. Inarguably one of the genre's great novels, it is also among the finest novels ever written about war."
--James Sallis, author of "The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek"

""There are a handful of moments when an American science fiction novel abruptly and seemingly effortlessly satisfied every possible expectation conveyed not only by the genre's ambitions, but of those of the whole literary landscape with which it was contemporary: Sturgeon's "More Than Human," Dick's "The Man In The High Castle," LeGuin's "Dispossessed," Gibson's "Neuromancer." "The Forever War" is one such book, and like those others still carries with it that air of recognition and possibility."

""Perhaps the most important war novel written since Vietnam . . . Haldeman, a veteran, is a flat-out visionary . . . and protagonist William Mandella's attempt to survive and remain human in the face of an absurd almost endless war is harrowing hilarious heartbreaking and true . . . like all the best works of literature THE FOREVER WAR takes you apart and then, before you can turn that last page, puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary."

""If there was a Fort Knox for Science Fiction writers, we'd have to lock Joe Haldeman up."

"The Forever War" is not just a great Science Fiction novel, it's a great Vietnam war novel - and a great war novel, without qualification- that is also Science Fiction. A classic to grace either genre.--James Sallis, author of The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek

""A parable whose lessons are needful learning once more."

""I first read this twenty years ago and have never forgotten the wonder and fury it kindled at the time. Anyone who talks about the glory of war has obviously never read it. A beautifully detailed and intensely personal account of a conflict which lasts for over a thousand years, as told by one grunt who lives through it all. Only a writer as skillfull and knowledgeable as Haldeman could use war's dark glamour to lure the reader in and then deplou the sam fascination to show just what kind of effect this orchestrated barbarism can have on the human soul."

""In a literature of ideas, "The Forever War" is a titan: a book filled with mind-bending ideas about relatavistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war. In today's world, where we think declaring war on abstract nouns like TERROR is a winning strategy, we need THE FOREVER WAR."

""It is to the Vietnam War what "Catch-22" was to World War II, the definitive, bleakly comic satire."

"The Forever War" does what the very best science fiction does. It deals with extremes both societal and teleological; it places a frame around humankind's place in the universe to show us what is outside the frame; and it functions simultaneously at the literal and metaphorical level. Inarguably one of the genre's great novels, it is also among the finest novels ever written about war.--James Sallis, author of The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek

FOREVER WAR is brilliant--one of the most influential war novels of our time. That it happens to be set in the future only broadens and enhances its message.--Greg Bear, author of Moving Mars, Eon, The Forge of God

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, author of Neuromancer, Spook Country

There are a handful of moments when an American science fiction novel abruptly and seemingly effortlessly satisfied every possible expectation conveyed not only by the genre's ambitions, but of those of the whole literary landscape with which it was contemporary: Sturgeon's "More Than Human," Dick's "The Man In The High Castle," LeGuin's "Dispossessed," Gibson's "Neuromancer." "The Forever War" is one such book, and like those others still carries with it that air of recognition and possibility.--Jonathan Lethem, author of Gun With Occcasional Music, Fortress of Solitude

Perhaps the most important war novel written since Vietnam . . . Haldeman, a veteran, is a flat-out visionary . . . and protagonist William Mandella's attempt to survive and remain human in the face of an absurd almost endless war is harrowing hilarious heartbreaking and true . . . like all the best works of literature THE FOREVER WAR takes you apart and then, before you can turn that last page, puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary.--Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

A parable whose lessons are needful learning once more.--John Scalzi, author of Old Man s War, The Ghost Brigades, Zoe s Tale"

I first read this twenty years ago and have never forgotten the wonder and fury it kindled at the time. Anyone who talks about the glory of war has obviously never read it. A beautifully detailed and intensely personal account of a conflict which lasts for over a thousand years, as told by one grunt who lives through it all. Only a writer as skillfull and knowledgeable as Haldeman could use war's dark glamour to lure the reader in and then deplou the sam fascination to show just what kind of effect this orchestrated barbarism can have on the human soul.--Peter F. Hamilton, author of Pandora s Star, Judas Unchained, The Dreaming Void"

In a literature of ideas, "The Forever War" is a titan: a book filled with mind-bending ideas about relatavistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war. In today's world, where we think declaring war on abstract nouns like TERROR is a winning strategy, we need THE FOREVER WAR.--Cory Doctorow, author of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Little Brother X

It is to the Vietnam War what "Catch-22" was to World War II, the definitive, bleakly comic satire.--Thomas M. Disch, author of Camp Concentration, 334

"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, author of Neuromancer, Spook Country

"There are a handful of moments when an American science fiction novel abruptly and seemingly effortlessly satisfied every possible expectation conveyed not only by the genre's ambitions, but of those of the whole literary landscape with which it was contemporary: Sturgeon's "More Than Human," Dick's "The Man In The High Castle," LeGuin's "Dispossessed," Gibson's "Neuromancer." "The Forever War" is one such book, and like those others still carries with it that air of recognition and possibility." --Jonathan Lethem, author of Gun With Occcasional Music, Fortress of Solitude

"Perhaps the most important war novel written since Vietnam . . . Haldeman, a veteran, is a flat-out visionary . . . and protagonist William Mandella's attempt to survive and remain human in the face of an absurd almost endless war is harrowing hilarious heartbreaking and true . . . like all the best works of literature THE FOREVER WAR takes you apart and then, before you can turn that last page, puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary." --Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

"If there was a Fort Knox for Science Fiction writers, we'd have to lock Joe Haldeman up." --"Stephen King, author of The Shining, The Dead Zone, The Stand"

""The Forever War" is not just a great Science Fiction novel, it's a great Vietnam war novel - and a great war novel, without qualification- that is also Science Fiction. A classic to grace either genre." --James Sallis, author of The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek

"FOREVER WAR is brilliant--one of the most influential war novels of our time. That it happens to be set in the future only broadens and enhances its message." --Greg Bear, author of Moving Mars, Eon, The Forge of God

"A parable whose lessons are needful learning once more." --John Scalzi, author of Old Man's War, The Ghost Brigades, Zoe's Tale

"I first read this twenty years ago and have never forgotten the wonder and fury it kindled at the time. Anyone who talks about the glory of war has obviously never read it. A beautifully detailed and intensely personal account of a conflict which lasts for over a thousand years, as told by one grunt who lives through it all. Only a writer as skillfull and knowledgeable as Haldeman could use war's dark glamour to lure the reader in and then deplou the sam fascination to show just what kind of effect this orchestrated barbarism can have on the human soul." --Peter F. Hamilton, author of Pandora's Star, Judas Unchained, The Dreaming Void

"In a literature of ideas, "The Forever War" is a titan: a book filled with mind-bending ideas about relatavistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war. In today's world, where we think declaring war on abstract nouns like TERROR is a winning strategy, we need THE FOREVER WAR." --Cory Doctorow, author of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Little Brother X

"It is to the Vietnam War what "Catch-22" was to World War II, the definitive, bleakly comic satire." --Thomas M. Disch, author of Camp Concentration, 334

""The Forever War" does what the very best science fiction does. It deals with extremes both societal and teleological; it places a frame around humankind's place in the universe to show us what is outside the frame; and it functions simultaneously at the literal and metaphorical level. Inarguably one of the genre's great novels, it is also among the finest novels ever written about war." --James Sallis, author of The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek

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, author of Neuromancer, Spook Country

There are a handful of moments when an American science fiction novel abruptly and seemingly effortlessly satisfied every possible expectation conveyed not only by the genre's ambitions, but of those of the whole literary landscape with which it was contemporary: Sturgeon's "More Than Human," Dick's "The Man In The High Castle," LeGuin's "Dispossessed," Gibson's "Neuromancer." "The Forever War" is one such book, and like those others still carries with it that air of recognition and possibility. Jonathan Lethem, author of Gun With Occcasional Music, Fortress of Solitude

Perhaps the most important war novel written since Vietnam . . . Haldeman, a veteran, is a flat-out visionary . . . and protagonist William Mandella's attempt to survive and remain human in the face of an absurd almost endless war is harrowing hilarious heartbreaking and true . . . like all the best works of literature THE FOREVER WAR takes you apart and then, before you can turn that last page, puts you back together: better, wiser, more human. Simply extraordinary. Junot Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao

If there was a Fort Knox for Science Fiction writers, we'd have to lock Joe Haldeman up. "Stephen King, author of The Shining, The Dead Zone, The Stand"

"The Forever War" is not just a great Science Fiction novel, it's a great Vietnam war novel - and a great war novel, without qualification- that is also Science Fiction. A classic to grace either genre. James Sallis, author of The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek

FOREVER WAR is brilliant--one of the most influential war novels of our time. That it happens to be set in the future only broadens and enhances its message. Greg Bear, author of Moving Mars, Eon, The Forge of God

A parable whose lessons are needful learning once more. John Scalzi, author of Old Man s War, The Ghost Brigades, Zoe s Tale

I first read this twenty years ago and have never forgotten the wonder and fury it kindled at the time. Anyone who talks about the glory of war has obviously never read it. A beautifully detailed and intensely personal account of a conflict which lasts for over a thousand years, as told by one grunt who lives through it all. Only a writer as skillfull and knowledgeable as Haldeman could use war's dark glamour to lure the reader in and then deplou the sam fascination to show just what kind of effect this orchestrated barbarism can have on the human soul. Peter F. Hamilton, author of Pandora s Star, Judas Unchained, The Dreaming Void

In a literature of ideas, "The Forever War" is a titan: a book filled with mind-bending ideas about relatavistic time-distortion and world-shaking ideas about the futility of war. In today's world, where we think declaring war on abstract nouns like TERROR is a winning strategy, we need THE FOREVER WAR. Cory Doctorow, author of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, Little Brother X

It is to the Vietnam War what "Catch-22" was to World War II, the definitive, bleakly comic satire. Thomas M. Disch, author of Camp Concentration, 334

"The Forever War" does what the very best science fiction does. It deals with extremes both societal and teleological; it places a frame around humankind's place in the universe to show us what is outside the frame; and it functions simultaneously at the literal and metaphorical level. Inarguably one of the genre's great novels, it is also among the finest novels ever written about war. James Sallis, author of The Long Legged Fly, Drive, Cripple Creek" -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.

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A very moving story about the tragedy and stupidity of war, a war that lasts over a thousand years for the people on Earth and only a couple of decades for the combatants, due to relativity. (Read the Synopsis above.)
If you liked 'Starship Troopers' -the book, not the film- you will most probably enjoy 'The Forever War'. It is easily and quickly read, still making you think about it, though. Don't misunderstand me, that the book is 'flat'; it delivers its message powerfully enough. The story has no more, no less than it needs to be good, gripping and provocative. It just probably doesn't go into enough details for people who only like epic stories such as 'Dune'.
This edition is the definitive version as originally written by the author, with a preface by him explaining a little about his intentions while writing the story.
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Absolut großartiges Werk, sowohl von der Idee als auch von der Ausführung. Haldeman beschreibt hier in sachlicher, kompakter Sprache das Leben eines "Space-Soldaten" in ferner Zukunft, in der sich die Menschheit einen langen Krieg mit einer Alienrasse liefert. Klingt vielleicht erstmal nicht sonderlich interessant, doch mich hat das Buch von Anfang an fasziniert durch seine realistische, ungeschönte Schilderung des Soldatenlebens in der Zukunft. Noch interessanter wird es dadurch, dass durch die ständigen Flüge mit nahezu Lichtgeschwindigkeit der Held langsamer altert als seine Freunde und Familie. Dadurch entfremdet er sich allmählich immer mehr von seiner Heimat und dem, weshalb er eigentlich kämpft -- eine großartige Allegorie auf die Auswirkungen des Krieges; Haldeman war selbst in Vietnam und weiß, wovon er schreibt.

Haldeman schafft es sogar, nach der über die gesamte Buchlänge konstant zunehmenden und alsbald unerträglichen Desillusionierung denn doch noch mit einem (sogar nicht an den Haaren herbeigezogenen!) schönen Ende zu schließen -- beim Gedanken daran schießen mir noch Tränen der Rührung ins Auge... Ist nur ein Detail, aber es zeigt, wie intensiv dieses Buch mich gefangengenommen hat -- und nicht nur mich; ich habe das Buch mehreren Freunden geliehen, die es alle in wenigen Tagen durch hatten und des Lobes genauso voll waren wie ich.

Für mich ist dies nicht nur ein Klassiker der Science Fiction, sondern auch ein Klassiker der Antikriegsliteratur, genauso essenziell und authentisch wie etwa Remarques Im Westen nichts Neues.
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After all my years of SF-reading The Forever War still belongs to my personal top five books, easily up there with Dune, Neuromancer and Hyperion. But while those all take the brainy approach, Haldeman goes straight to the guts. It's still very intelligent, mind you, but it's story doesn't flow a second slower because of that. It's pacifistic without being preachy, perhaps remotely comparable to Kubrick's approach in "Full Metal Jacket".
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Never have i read a book that made me feel so utterly uncomfortably as this one. The disconnection Mandella experiences each time he gets home is gut-wrenching. More than once i wanted to put the book away because I could understand, even feel what he was going through and did not want to. But it is just too gripping and fascinating to put down.

Definitely on par with other sci-fi icons (most of which are already mentioned in other reviews) and definitely worth reading.
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Die Menschheit führt ihren ersten Krieg im Weltraum. Dieser Krieg ist bestimmend über lange Zeit für die Menschheit auf der Erde und zwar in jeglicher Hinsicht. Eine Truppe aus Menschen, die sowohl körperlich fit sind wie auch wissenschaftlich ausgebildet, werden als Soldaten für diesen Krieg rekrutiert und ausgebildet. Die Hauptfigur des Buches gehört dazu. Mit dieser Figur tastet man sich als Leser in den Krieg gegen die Aliens hinein. Bedingt durch die Technik, im Weltraum Distanzen zu überwinden, vergehen auf der Erde sehr viele Jahre mehr als für die Soldaten dieses Weltraumkrieges. Jedes Mal wenn sie nach Hause zurück auf die Erde kommen, hat es dort große Veränderungen gegeben. Diese Veränderungen sind so, dass die Soldaten große Schwierigkeiten mit der Anpassung daran haben. Es bleibt ihnen so eigentlich kaum eine andere Wahl, als weiterhin in den Krieg zu ziehen. Die letzte Schlacht wird geschlagen ... Doch das sollte ich hier eigentlich nicht verraten. Leseempfehlung, unbedingt!
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Der ewige Krieg – und er ist tatsächlich fast ewig: über tausend Jahre. Nur nicht für den Protagonisten Mandella, der das von Anfang an erlebt – dank der Relativität der Zeit, die beim Reisen durch den Raum auftritt.
Das Buch startet 1997 - Die Menschheit hat relativ kurz vorher eine Möglichkeit gefunden, weit und schnell durch den Raum zu reisen und ihn zu besiedeln (Dank sogenannten Kollapsaren und Portal-Planeten), sind dabei auf Ausserirdische gestossen – und die sind offensichtlich nicht friedlich. Darum werden auf der Erde aus den Universitäten die besten Köpfe ins Militär rekrutiert und für die Verteidigung der besetzten Planeten und den Kampf gegen die Ausserirdischen („Taurans“ genannt) ausgebildet. Dabei weiss man noch kaum etwas von ihnen, ausser dass sie ebenfalls die Raumfahrt gefunden haben.
Durch die Augen von Mandella sieht man, wie blöd und furchtbar so ein Krieg ist. Die Umwelt (der Weltraum) ist lebensfeindlich, man wird ausgebildet aber ohne Hintergrundwissen losgeschickt um strategische Aufgaben zu erfüllen, Stationen zu errichten und zu verteidigen, feindliche Stationen einzunehmen und eventuell einen Tauran zu Forschungszwecken zu erwischen ... und all das kostet Leben. Und Zeit.
Aber Mandella findet daneben auch Freundschaft – und eventuell Liebe: Marygay. Feste Beziehungen im Militär werden zwar nicht gerne gesehen – sind aber möglich.

Als grösstes Problem stellt sich die Zeitverschiebung heraus. Anfangs scheint sich das noch zu seinen Gunsten auszuwirken – man muss nur 20 Jahre in der Armee verbringen –Erdzeit.
Bei der ersten Rückkehr zur Erde 2023 -Monate nach Eintritt in die Armee für Mandella – sind dort 26 Jahre vergangen.
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