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JULY - BOOK
Recommended via Kindle top sellers after finishing Neuromancer, The Forever War is pretty much everything I want in a (military) science fiction story. Similar to Neuromancer, there’s often moments of “I can’t believe this was written in 1970-something.”
It’s violent and fun, curious and tragic. Not deeply contemplative, but thoughtful. And certainly imaginative… reminds me of the 70s-80s scifi art/book covers/etc (a lot of which I see here on Tumblr)
(Regardless of how accurate, I see Sam Worthington as the main character, as it reminded me so much of Avatar in the beginning.)

JULY - BOOK

Recommended via Kindle top sellers after finishing Neuromancer, The Forever War is pretty much everything I want in a (military) science fiction story. Similar to Neuromancer, there’s often moments of “I can’t believe this was written in 1970-something.”

It’s violent and fun, curious and tragic. Not deeply contemplative, but thoughtful. And certainly imaginative… reminds me of the 70s-80s scifi art/book covers/etc (a lot of which I see here on Tumblr)

(Regardless of how accurate, I see Sam Worthington as the main character, as it reminded me so much of Avatar in the beginning.)

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