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Worlds Enough and Time (1992)

by Joe Haldeman

Series: Worlds (3)

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With the Worlds trilogy, Haldeman has created one of the most vivid and commanding speculations in the arena of hard science-fiction. The trilogy is nothing less than a parable of Earth's destruction and humanity's subsequent doomed flight from it, as revealed by the journey of an intrepid band of colonists. 3 maps.… (more)
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This is a good book! I didn't realize it was part of a trilogy. I read Worlds, so I knew a bit about the central character. Now I have to read the one I missed.

Haldeman is a good writer. Consistent. And knows how to tell a story. 4/5! ( )
  Scaryguy | Dec 18, 2008 |
While Mr. Haldeman is to be commended for his ambition, he has written himself into a box from which not even the multitalented [main character] can extricate him. Asking the right questions is a sign of wisdom; accepting pat answers is a sign of frustration. Despite its cheerful air of intellectual bravado, "Worlds Enough and Time" turns out to be an exercise in frustration.
 

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With the Worlds trilogy, Haldeman has created one of the most vivid and commanding speculations in the arena of hard science-fiction. The trilogy is nothing less than a parable of Earth's destruction and humanity's subsequent doomed flight from it, as revealed by the journey of an intrepid band of colonists. 3 maps.

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