Not sure who the cover artist is. Though its not exactly an appropriate cover for the book The Forever War is one of those science fiction books you just have to read. Really, you do
Joe Haldeman - The Forever War
All things Sci-Fi with a special nod towards cover-art.
I found a tiny stack of my first editions hidden in the corner of the closet. Gotta make room for them on the shelf to fit with the rest of my humble little collection.
I have the first edition of Angel Station too. In fact its probably my all-time favourite book. I must have read it ten times.
I just recently re-read Voice of the Whirlwind too. Such excellent stories. Walter doesn’t get nearly the recognition he deserves.
I’ve been really busy, and look to be over the next few months.
Brighter-Suns has already been slipping back into obscurity due to intermittent and lack-luster posting.
So, I’m looking for a sci-fi/fantasy freak or two to become members to keep it going, and help build up the blog to its previous heights, and beyond!
Hellpits of NightFang, adventure for Runequest written and illustrated by Jennell Jaquays (as Paul Jaquays), Judges Guild, 1979. NightFang is an old vampire, so old he has forgotten his own true name, who makes his lair in a series of sinkholes with his consort and a pack of wolves.
Still have this somewhere, along with Duck Pond and Broken-Tree Inn
The four castes of Seshnela as represented by (from left to right): Heavy cavalryman from one of the Seshnegi warrior societies, talar noblewoman, worker of Waertagi ancestry, Pithdaran zzaburi, and worker of undefined ancestry.