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Mission of Honor by David Weber
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Nov 02, 10

Read from October 29 to 30, 2010

Not bad. Big turning point in the Honorverse.
I've said it before: Weber is the Tom Clancy of Military Science Fiction. Long, deep, intricate stories weaving the points-of-view of many many different characters. Personally, I get lost and start skimming. I know that's horrible, but I do. The earlier Honorverse novels didn't suffer from this as much. The story is still there within these tomes, and a great story it is: moving, emotional, fast-moving stories spread within the many different stories going on. Long discussions of the politics going on in the different star systems, long discussions of plans that might or might not take place, and then BLAM! Action, excitement, plot advancement, death, destruction, etc.

IF you can make it through the depths of the politics and long-winded discussions, there's a great story within that only makes me the more excited for the next book!


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