The Forever War series
The Forever War seriesEdit
- The Forever War (1974) (Nebula Award winner, 1975; Hugo and Locus SF Awards winner, 1976)
- Forever Free (1999) (a direct sequel to the first novel)
- "A Separate War" (2006, short story; appears in A Separate War and Other Stories) (The story of Marygay Potter after she parts with William Mandella in The Forever War)
The Forever Peace seriesEdit
- Forever Peace (1997) (while thematically linked to the previous novel, Forever Peace is not actually a sequel and is not set in the same universe: it is an entirely separate work, although published in a combined volume titled Peace and War with The Forever War and Forever Free)
- "Forever Bound" (2010, short story; appears in the anthology Warriors) (a prequel to Forever Peace, it tells the story of Julian Class being drafted and trained as a soldierboy while falling in love with Carolyn)
Sections of The Forever War were originally published in Analog Magazine as four shorter works; "Hero", "We Are Very Happy Here", "This Best of All Possible Worlds", and "End Game". "You Can Never Go Back" was published in Amazing Stories and eventually became part of the paperback version of the novel.
In 1988, The Forever War was adapted with art by Marvano into a three-part graphic novel also titled The Forever War. It was originally published in Belgium and France in 1988 then released in an American edition in 1991. Translations have appeared in Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, Swedish and Polish.
"A Separate War", a 1999 Haldeman short story which follows the adventures of Marygay Potter after she and Mandella are separated in the last years of the Forever War, appeared in Far Horizons (edited by Robert Silverberg) and in Haldeman's short-story collection A Separate War and Other Stories (2006). It has also appeared as a graphic novel.