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Free Reads: Future Weapons of War

Baen has posted part of their new anthology Future Weapons of War edited by by Joe Haldeman and Martin Harry Greenberg.

Available stories online include

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6 Comments on Free Reads: Future Weapons of War

  1. Oddly enough, I started reading the anthology last night. The first story (Craters, by Rusch) is moderately disturbing. It’ll be interesting to see if the rest of the tales are as good.

  2. I liked the first story, “craters”, when I read it online. Is the online version the entire story or just an excerpt? It could stand on its own but I can also see how it could go on. Anyone know?

    And I agree with Fred, more than a little disturbing.


  3. >> And I agree with Fred, more than a little disturbing

    But not as disturbing as someone agreeing with Fred! :-@

  4. Yep, I just finished reading “Craters”, and it was definitely disturbing. I have not read many short stories, but that first one was pretty good…

  5. Looking over the online version, it’s the whole thing. Baen may only put a few chapters up, but they will be complete chapters. I guess now is as good a time as any to point towards Baen’s Free Library where there are oodles of complete books, available for free?


  6. Yep, oodles of free military SF for your consumption 🙂 I am reading Gust Front right now on my PDA – not the most fun but still not bad.

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