A Review of Cauldron of Ghosts

Cauldron of Ghosts by David Weber My rating: 4 of 5 stars Oh man, what a book! What a hell of a book! That was one of the best damn books I've ever read. So why only four stars? Cause the last few pages, the ending, is so anti-climactic and incomplete and leaves you panting …

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A Review of Crown of Slaves

Crown of Slaves by David Weber My rating: 4 of 5 stars Crown of Slaves is the first book in a new Honor Harrington sub-series called Wages of Sin focusing on Mesa-Manpower and the newly liberated ex-slaver planet of Torch. As I have figured out, these several sub-series’ are really required reading if one wants …

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A Review of The Shadow of Saganami

The Shadow of Saganami by David Weber My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Shadow of Saganami is an Honorverse spinoff of the brilliant Honor Harrington series that I really didn’t want to start reading, but I had been reading so much about the several sub-series’ spinoffs and how they elaborate on key plot elements, …

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A Review of Shadow of Freedom

Shadow of Freedom by David Weber My rating: 2 of 5 stars In a word: disappointing. In another word: lame. Frankly, this book sucked. I have given every Honor Harrington book except one five stars, but this barely deserves two. And I feel betrayed. First of all, as I was finishing Honor #13 not too …

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A Review of At All Costs

At All Costs by David Weber My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is another five star Honor Harrington book. It seems all I ever give those books are five stars. But I think they're that good. This book has a 4.15 out of 5 rating on Goodreads, so a lot of people obviously like …

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A Review of Echoes of Honor

Echoes of Honor by David Weber My rating: 5 of 5 stars I thought this eighth book in the Honor Harrington series was completely spectacular! I was beyond impressed. The book started off right where the previous book left off -- with Honor and her crew marooned on the Haven prison island of Hades, trying …

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