Too much is left hanging, but the ending is awesome. Echoes of Honor is about 200 pages longer than the previous book. David Weber tried something a little different here with his structure dividing the three different plot threads into seperate books instead of interweaving them. °͜° This is still a good book, just not quite as good as I remembered. Il nécessite l'utilisation d'un navigateur web pas adapté aux liseuses.
You don't want the bad guys to win. Jeho knihy se mi možná líbí o to více, jelikož nestagnuje jen u jednoho tématu, ale snaží se stále jít dále. Lots of side side characters briefing hypothetical maybes that you know as the reader end up as the truth. Think it could have been brushed over shorter, maybe condensed version. Manticore seems only able to revel in its ability to allow its nobility to usurp common sense, and let its adherence to existing methodology threaten to derail research into their new prototype weapons. I'd give it 4 stars if it wasn't for all those pages of ramblings.
Cliquez sur Exécuter ou sur Enregistrer, puis suivez les directives pour effectuer la mise à jour. It's a heady dream, where rough heroes face hard truths and harsher events, but the system usually works and, as a backup, karma is always lurking around the corner to make sure the good guys get their due. I suppose that is why I rooted for Honor and her intrepid band of escapees so hard. I still h I really enjoyed this one, most likely because there wasn't 50-100 pages of how great Honor is before the plot actually takes off. This is a very long read, and very little is wasted in irrelevant details; everything drives the plot forward, and there's a lot of plot to drive. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
Unfortunately, I feel compelled to read the entire series to properly appreciate it. The book is too long, but then you can't complain that Weber isn't fully fleshing out his universe. The leaders of two star nations commit to killing off 2 million of their citizens in a fit of pique is not exactly reasonable plotting. I didn't care for the first half. I remembered this book as being the perfect place to end the series. That and the whole story line of Honor's parents having another child to inherit was a bit contrived I felt.
In particular, I wish Weber had severely cut everything that took place on Grayson. I am looking forward to the next book when Honor settles into being alive again. What takes them beyond is how he distributes the good and the bad on both sides of the war. The Manticoran Alliance is stunned and infuriated by Honor's death and grimly resolved to avenge it. He frequently places female leading characters in what have been traditionally male roles.
La peine prononcée par le tribunal, exécutoire ce jour, est la mort. This last has been an unanswered question for at least six novels, so it's great that Weber has finally gotten around to answering it. Uprising, an A different pace here. Weber creates larger-than-life major characters which tend to play out the stereotypes. The focus is a bit more tightly on the title character as she and her companions device a plan to leave the prison planet they are stranded one. Il tendit le pied et appuya fermement sur la pédale. As always my preference leans towards the Honor Harrington chapters but there were quite a few interesting Grayson and Manticore segments as well.
Chapter 22 describes an I think unnamed informant who is good at acquiring textiles and who is so charismatic that no one really wants to punish his misdeeds. Even knowing the Havenites had faked her death, I still got caught up in the emotion of it all. The action this time around is almost unrelenting, and probably more importantly, relevant to the current story and future engagements. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Uprising, and taking over of a military prison planet. All document files are the property of their respective owners, please respect the publisher and the author for their copyrighted creations. Overall, definitely a great entry in the Honor Harrington series with an ending that is still perhaps her finest hour.
It's been true throughout the series, but it never explicitly occurred to me until now. I do like the way the young Clinkscales, so awkward when we met him, has matured. It's like eating a bowl of Lucky Charms that contains only three small marshmallows. The M For eight bloody years, the Star Kingdom of Manticore and its allies have taken the war to the vastly more powerful People's Republic of Haven, and Commodore Honor Harrington has been in the forefront of that war. I enjoyed it and will continue on with the series.