Book Reviews of Infinite Dreams

Infinite Dreams
Infinite Dreams
Author: Joe Haldeman
ISBN-13: 9780380476053
ISBN-10: 0380476053
Publication Date: 10/1979
Pages: 224
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Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A very good anthology of Haldeman's short stories, which include ...
An ancient gypsy puts a curse on a man, who transfers the curse to . . . ' in Armaja Das.'
A cranky Martian Jew takes on the largest corporation in the galaxy in 'The Mazel Tov Revolution.'
A jar of home-brewed moonshine changes the course of galactic history in 'All the World in a Mason Jar.'
A mediocre artist is dragged off to serve jury duty inside a berserk computer in 'Juryrigged.'
A two hundred year-old child of the future revives the dead art of reading in 'Aniversary Project.'
In 'Counterpoint' we discover how things are related, or do we?
'To Howard Hughes, A Modest Proposal' asks what an extravagantly wealthy man might accomplish if he really put his mind to it--then answers the question.
Where does "I'm only doing this for your own good," become something else entirely? Find out in 'A Mind of His Own.'
'The Private War of Private Jacob' gives entirely new meaning to the phrase Catch 22.
When is a dream not a dream? Check out 'A Time to Live.'
'Summer's Lease' like another classic tale, postulates a planet which periodicly undergoes devastation caused by a variable star.
Also includes '26 Days on Earth' and 'Tricentennial,' which can't quite be categorized easily.