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Вечният мир
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  • Title: Вечният мир
  • Author: Joe Haldeman Тинко Трифонов
  • ISBN: 9548811111
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • Вечният мир Joe Haldeman Тинко Трифонов

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    1. Stephen says:

      Welcome to the futurewhere the final war is being wagednst war itself There is such a bounty of wonderful, insightful and important ideas stuffed into this novel that I find myself seriously bummed that weak storytelling and plodding central plot flow marred my enjoyment enough to keep me from awarding this a 4th star Still, from a component standpoint, this is a collection of gems THE POLITICS The Haves The Alliance, led by the U.S but including most of what we would consider the elite industri [...]

    2. Clouds says:

      Following the resounding success of my Locus Quest, I faced a dilemma which reading list to follow it up with Variety is the spice of life, so I ve decided to diversify and pursue six different lists simultaneously This book falls into my HUGO WINNERS list.This is the reading list that follows the old adage, if it ain t broke, don t fix it I loved reading the Locus Sci Fi Award winners so I m going to crack on with the Hugo winners next but only the post 1980 winners, I ll follow up with pre 198 [...]

    3. Lyn says:

      This is not a sequel to The Forever War.Haldeman says it is not, in a statement at the beginning of the 1997 novel, that it is related in setting but not a sequel, and not really related that much.So why the title Well, it s about the storyline, a strangely intriguing idea that the reader doesn t entirely get until near the end Fans of his earlier Forever War, first published in 1974, will notice some similarities in the centralized welfare state and obligatory civil service, and in his casually [...]

    4. Guillermo says:

      Never have I disagreed with people who s opinions I respect Forever Peace is a highly acclaimed and beloved book to many, but I disagree To begin with, this had nothing to do with The Forever War So to market it as Forever War 2, sounds like a cash grab That irritated me off the bat The Forever War dealt with an interstellar war, where time dilation kept the players on an eternally shifting background It was a brilliant analogy for the futility of war, written by a Vietnam veteran towards the c [...]

    5. Maria says:

      Pe la nceputul anilor 2000, progresul nanotehnologiei a condus la descoperirea nanoforjelor, ni te minun ii care puteau crea aproape orice obiect material, de la m ncare p n la bijuterii i alte produse de lux Ce ar putea merge oare prost ntr o lume n care oamenii nu mai sunt obliga i s munceasc cu excep ia celor trei ani obligatorii de stagiu militar i statul le ofer cet enilor cumin i o via sigur i confortabil f r ca ace tia s mi te un deget Ei bine, faptul c secretul nanoforjelor este p zit cu [...]

    6. Stuart says:

      Forever Peace Wildly implausible and poorly conceivedFor the life of me, I can t understand why Forever Peace won the Hugo, Nebula, John W Campbell Memorial Awards for Best SF novel in 1997 Certainly his earlier 1975 The Forever War is a beloved SF classic that deals with the Vietnam War, time paradoxes, and the absurdity of endless conflict First off, this book is not a direct sequel, and is hardly related other than sharing a military SF theme Even that connection is tenuous, so I can only thi [...]

    7. Mike Moore says:

      This book starts slowly, then builds up a formidable foundation of ideas and possibilities before devolving to a fairly silly conclusion In some ways I found it similar to works by the likes of Crichton or Neal Stephenson that build a fascinating world on an engaging premise, then rapidly and artificially generate and resolve a crisis to stand as a plot I often wish that these authors could take the course of books that exist without plots of deadly peril or fearsome crisis books like some of Cl [...]

    8. Scott says:

      This book is either the best bad book or the worst good book in science fiction, depending on your perspective Its plot and structure are a jumbled mess It basically reads like two separate novellas forced together into a single storyline The first storyline revolves around the technological as well as psychological needs for fighting a near future worldwide guerilla war, in which the powers behind a globalized World System must suppress desperate peasants who are on the losing end of that equat [...]

    9. Michael says:

      A fascinating novel that effectively asks if war is an inevitable outcome of human nature and whether to get rid of war, we have to become something other than human About 100 years in the future, nanotechnology makes it unnecessary for peoples of the rich countries to work, but all citizens have to do a few years military service to deal with the pervasive revolutionary movements in the disenfranchised Third World countries under dictatorships in alliance with the dominant powers The hero of th [...]

    10. Andreas says:

      Definitely not the quality of The Forever War Don t get confused by the similar Forever title this is not a second part of Forever War, it doesn t share the setting and is only vaguely based on similar ideas The second part of Forever War is Forever Free.Nice story telling Characters are a bit extreme with suicidal tendencies and a good bit confusion The last third reads rushed and the ending was a bit of a letdown.

    11. Nikki says:

      Forever Peace is an interesting book in itself, describing how the group mind from The Forever War Forever Free could come about, but I didn t really engage with it very much emotionally Partially because the main character, Julian, is self destructive and emotionally off It s self defence, perhaps It s not a headspace I want to spend much time in At least it s reasonably well handled.It isn t really connected to the other books very closely, either, which doesn t help, and the switching between [...]

    12. Miloș Dumbraci says:

      Aceast carte are o gr mad de probleme i o singur calitate, faptul c se cite te cu u urin , scriitura fiind una natural , f r fasoane ceea ce eu apreciez Nu are nici o leg tur cu R zboiul Etern nici ca poveste lume, nici la calitate sau la impact, alegerea titlului fiind evident motivat doar de scopul cash grab Probleme nu e o carte, ci practic 2 la jum tate Halderman se plictise te i deraiaz pe cu totul alt poveste nu e un military scifi dec t vag, la nceput, i acela prost realizat e lungit , pl [...]

    13. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      Forever Peace The Forever War 2 , Joe Haldeman

    14. SciFi Kindle says:

      This book is a spiritual, if not narrative, sequel to Haldeman s 1975 Forever War Both novels won the Hugo Nebula, and explore the theme of war s futility, although from different perspectives and in separate story worlds Readers expecting a continuation of Forever War s interstellar conflict or relativistic time dilation effects, will see that instead this story features a strictly terrestrial struggle between the wealthy nations, fueled by effortless nano factory produced plenty, and the strug [...]

    15. Rob says:

      Though not a sequel to The Forever War, it s similar name and same author force the comparison to be made.The basic idea of Forever Peace is that implants in people allow them to control military equipment remotely by being jacked in The controllers can die, so they re not entirely removed People can also interact with each other while jacked in, and this allows for a deeper connection than is possible through normal interaction speaking, touching, connecting The theme is that this deeper connec [...]

    16. Buck Ward says:

      As a preface to Forever Peace, Haldeman says, This book is not a continuation of my 1975 novel The Forever War From the author s point of view it is kind of a sequel From a readers point of view it has little to do with The Forever War, though it is usually listed as the second in a series In terms of reading order, I think it doesn t matter at all which is read first.Forever Peace is a kind of military sci fi cyberpunk intrigue story It isn t really cyberpunk in the same way as Gibson s Necroma [...]

    17. David Olier says:

      La verdad es que me siento un poco decepcionado con este libro El desarrollo, la tecnolog a, el an lisis social, todo me ha parecido impecable De hecho, el trabajo especulativo sobre el impacto que tendr a cierta tecnolog a sobre la guerra, la paz mundial y la sociedad me parece magn fico.Sin embargo la trama me ha parecido un poco inocente y sin sobresaltos Los giros son predecibles y la acci n se desarrolla marcada por un claro gui n visible detr s de cada movimiento Todo sale como deber a sal [...]

    18. Amy says:

      This is an science fiction story with a fascinating premise the eradication of war through sensitizing individuals to powerful empathetic connections Yeah, I know, but what is intriguing to me is two opposing feelings that I took away from the book One, I was overwhelmed and utterly convinced of the good in the idea Two, I felt intensely guilty for witnessing the brainwashing of an entire albeit fictional world population A thought inspiring story that made up for in ideas what it lacked in sty [...]

    19. Erik says:

      I really liked the author s Forever War.This one, however, not so much It was, well, weird Seemed very unfocused starts out as an exploration into the future of modern warfare Then into some sort of apocalyptic doomsday conspiracy thriller Very superficial feeling.From a sci fi standpoint, I was never convinced he knew the science behind what he was talking about which is a big no no Ah well A basically enjoyable read, but I wouldn t seek it out.

    20. Fred Hughes says:

      Joe Haldeman books are what I call easy reads The storys track fairly fast and there is minimal character development, but enough Haldeman has a potty mouth sometimes which I don t find offensive but younger readers may not appreciate his vivid language.All his books are entertaining and easily read There is not too much complicated plot lines so again easy to read.Recommended

    21. Cristian says:

      Mai multe idei decit in prima carte Cu toate ca nu au legatura una cu alta Dar nu a avut aceeasi scinteie pentru mine ca anterioara Oricum este de citit.

    22. Matt Enlow says:

      My favorite book of the year A great work of literature, rather than my typical a great fantasy book or a great scifi book or a great way to kill time read as an audiobook

    23. Vesselin Metodiev says:

      So much wasted potential.

    24. Chris Dawe says:

      Found it slow and hard to get into until about 150 200 pages in character introductions felt like they dragged on way to long and then the ending is summed up essentially in a couple pages didn t feel satisfying at all Just not a fan of Haldeman s writing having read 2 of his books.

    25. Claudiu says:

      For the longest time I believed that this book would be a sequel to one of my favorite sci fi works, the author s The forever war, both as an ideology and as the story would go The first part I got right, the later not so much and it s the second time that I was disappointed by Joe Haldeman, with the first time being the amazingly STUPID Chameleon novel.The general outline of the story is presented above and I won t spoil many things from it.This is not a bad book, not precisely There are a sleu [...]

    26. Chris Walker says:

      3.5 stars The technological elements of the story are really intriguing, as is some of the social commentary, but ultimately the plot doesn t do either of them justice.I came to Forever Peace with reasonably high hopes and expectations after being pleasantly surprised with The Forever War I knew that it was of a thematic sequel, but seeing as those themes the pointlessness of war, alienation from one s society of origin, shifting social views toward sexuality are of great interest to me, I was [...]

    27. Nicki says:

      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 the Alliance s wealth Our viewpoint into this war comes from Julian Class, a draftee who controls one of the remotely operated mechanised units called soldierboys, a job that requires an intimate mind link and cooperative effort with the rest [...]

    28. Saphirablue says:

      We meet Julian Class a physicist who has been drafted to be a mechanic in the war between the Alliance North America and the Ngumi South America A mechanic is a soldier who gets a Jack installed at the base of his skull and remote controls a Soldierboy a machine to fight But, he isn t alone, nine other people four men and five women are jacked too with their Soldierboys and with Julian at the same time They can read each others thoughts and be each other.The first part of the books deals with Ju [...]

    29. Διόνυσος Ελευθέριος says:

      I thought, and I still think, that Joe Haldeman s The Forever War, is one of the finest science fiction books ever written, or certainly of those I ve read I tend not to research much about authors I ve first come into contact with so as to be able to approach that author s writing with little exposed to me than the author s writing alone, and so it was an exciting discovery for me after so thoroughly enjoying The Forever War to find that there was a sequel and I ve since learned that there are [...]

    30. Charles Dee Mitchell says:

      For a bookl titled Forever Peace, Joe Haldeman s 1997 novel opens with scenes of impressive mayhem and violence America is fighting the Ngumi war against African and Latin American forces We are employng an army of soldierboys These exemplars of advanced military technology are a cross between drones and robocops nearly invincible ard fighters powered by mechanics who are jacked together into a cohesive fighting unit but safely ensconced miles away from the action Not all soldierboys are killers [...]

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