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on 3 October 2011
I struggled to get into this book. This is a completely unrelated story to Forever War and Forever Free and it just seems that Haldeman reworked the title for the benefit of sales as there was nothing in the story to indicate it was even set in the same world. This time, a hydroncollider threatens to destroy the universe and our hero (who is a different man but speaks with the same voice as Haldeman's former protagonist) has to stop a mad fringe Christian group called the Enders who want to bring about the doomsday event. The confusion in the narrative in the first half isn't helped by the switching from first person to third person which took me ages to work out. However the second half is more fun as characterful assassins enter the mix.
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