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Echoes of Honor by David Weber
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Aug 25, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: baen-books, epub-editions, military-sf, science-fiction, space-opera, action
Read from August 12 to 25, 2012

The universe believes her dead, executed.

She's trapped on a prison planet, inescapable, one which won't support human life.

She's crippled, and has less than twenty people with her.

In other words, Honor Harrington is about to kick ass, take names, and make history. Again.

This one didn't play out the way I expected it to. In the first half, the narrative is split between Honor's struggles and how her memory inspires the people who think her dead. The way I figured it, the two separate threads would converge before the finale. I was wrong, but I'm not unsatisfied with the result.

Much, much, MUCH better than the angst-ridden garbage in the (first half of) the previous book in the series.

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