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La Guerre éternelle Signez Et Re Signez L Pour 1 141 Ans Le Soldat William Mandella, Apr S Un Entra Nement Plut T Extr Me, Part Au Front, Tr S Loin, D Fier Un Ennemi, Les Taurans, Dont On Ne Conna T Quasiment Rien Mais Aller Faire La Guerre L Autre Bout De La Galaxie, C Est Se Confronter Au Temps Pour Celui Qui Voyage Une Vitesse Proche De Celle De La Lumi Re, Le Temps Passe Lentement, Tr S Lentement, Alors Qu Il D File Pour Le Reste De L Humanit Et Tandis Qu Il Nous Raconte Vie Militaire Et Combats, Sur Un Ton D Ironie Et De Causticit , L Humanit Change Chacun De Ses Retours Sur La Plan Te M Re, William Mandella En D Couvre Les Modifications, Et Perd Peu Peu Tous Ses Rep Res Alors Autant Continuer Le Combat Jusqu Au Jour De La D Mobilisation, Qui Sera Plein De Surprises Space Opera Militaire, La Guerre Ternelle Est Un Passionnant Roman Aux Forts Accents Pacifistes.


10 thoughts on “La Guerre éternelle

  1. says:

    This book is a military style space opera with..Wait Where are you going Get back here I hadn t got to the good part yet Give me a second to explain Geez OK, so yes, there is an interstellar war with human troops in high tech ard suits battling an alien enemy on distant planets I know it sounds like another version of Starship Troopers or countless other bad genre sci fi tales that copied it, but this one is different Hell, when it was published in 1975 it won the Hugo, the Locus an This book is a military style space opera with..Wait Where are you going Get back here I hadn t got to the good part yet Give me a second to explain Geez OK, so yes, there is an interstellar war with human troops in high tech ard suits battling an alien enemy on distant planets I know it sounds like another version of Starship Troopers or countless other bad genre sci fi tales that copied it, but this one is different Hell, when it was published in 1975 it won the Hugo, the Locus and the Nebula awards for best novel so you know it s gotta be pretty decent.William Mandella has been drafted as one of the first troops that will be sent to fight the Taurans There are points in space called collapsers that are like wormholes t...


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    First published in 1974 and winner of the 1975 Hugo and Locus awards, Forever War by Joe Haldeman kicks ass.More than just a book about a futuristic war, Haldeman describes a society built around the codependency of the industrial military complex and with a fluid dynamic socio economic culture that is fascinating to watch unfold.And the welfare recipients get a bag of dope with their check.Haldeman s protagonist, William Mandella, is in an elite military group that travels light distances to ba First published in 1974 and winner of the 1975 Hugo and Locus awards, Forever War by Joe Haldeman kicks ass.More than just a book about a futuristic war, Haldeman describes a society built around the codependency of the industrial military complex and with a fluid dynamic socio economic culture that is fascinating to watch unfold.And the welfare recipients get a bag of dope with their check.Haldeman s protagonist, William Mandella, is in an elite military group that travels light distances to battles Transportation being what it is, less than light speed, it takes decades, even hundreds of years for the troops to rea...


  3. says:

    Maybe a generous 2.5 Just for the overall concept.Let s start with the positive I enjoyed following a main character struggling to adapt to the changes on Earth while he s at war 2 years for him end up being 26 on Earth due to time relativity It only gets worst as the war progresses The rest was a mess for me This book is often mentioned as a classic sci fi and is on so many best sci fi of all time lists To me a classic has to survive the test of time and this book did not age wel Maybe a generous 2.5 Just for the overall concept.Let s start with the positive I enjoyed following a main character struggling to adapt to the changes on Earth while he s at war 2 years for him end up being 26 on Earth due to time relativity It only gets worst as the war progresses The rest was a mess for me This book is often mentioned as a classic sci fi and is on so many best sci fi of all time lists To me a classic has to s...


  4. says:

    Yeaahhhh I m ready for some hard science fiction Look I got my glasses on all serious like.


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    In case any movie producers are listening in, ten reasons to film The Forever War 1 Gratuitous sex and nudity.2 Social relevance it s about Vietnam, stoopid 3 Evil aliens.4 General relativity.5 Wormholes Interstellar, Joe Haldeman was here first 6 Freaky high tech zone where you can only...


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    While it reminded me of Heinlein s Starship Troopers and Avatar especially the beginning where recruits are told about all the things that could kill them and how they likely wouldn t make it back alive , Haldeman s Forever War takes a different turn Haldeman s book focuses on a soldier fighting an interstellar war Because our character is traveling to his battles at near light speed, when he returns to earth between missions, decades pass Haldeman speculates about the social changes taking While it reminded me of Heinlein s Starship Troopers and Avatar especially the beginning where recruits are told about all the things that could kill them and how they likely wouldn t make it back alive , Haldeman s Forever War takes a different turn Haldeman s book focuses on a soldier fighting an interstellar war Because our character is traveling to his battles at near light speed, w...


  7. says:

    I bought and read this book based upon the many glowing reviews I saw on the internet It s heralded as a classic and one of the best Sci Fi books of all time I have to disagree.I liked the concept Scientifically, it was intriguing However, the story was repetitive and slow The exact same thing kept happening over and over again Set up base Boring Battle, many people die Get back on ship Stay in space for a long time Get bored Return to base Go back out Repeat.There were long, long s I bought and read this book based upon the many glowing reviews I saw on the internet It s heralded as a classic and one of the best Sci Fi books of all time I have to disagree.I liked the concept Scientifically, it was intriguing However, the story was repetitive and slow...


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    Catch 22 is often cited as one of the great books about the futility and inherent paradoxes of war I think this is easily its equal, but is often overlooked because it is dismissed as just science fiction.By using the tropes of SF, Haldeman vividly illustrates not only the psychological effects on the combatants, but also the desperate disassociation wrought between the soldiers and the rest of society his reference point ...


  9. says:

    Well I think it s safe to say that I m not the target audience for this book This is hard sci fi military space opera and I haven t even seen any of the Star Wars movies, or Star Treks, and only a handful of Doctor Who episodes I only found out last year what a TARDIS is I probably shouldn t have even been allowed to read this Somebody Kemper should have ripped it right out...


  10. says:

    I m really surprised this has such a high rating There s really not much to it.Okay, it presents a cool concept What would it really be like to fight a war with an alien race across the vast reaches of...


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