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A book that moved the story forward, which is always great.
Overall, it was like one of hte middle books in The Wheel of Time, there was a lot of filler and exposition, but the plot moved incrementally.
At this rate, we're not going to get the final confrontation with the ultimate bad guys for 2-3 more books.
See above. As 18 more words are required i am fluffing this up with dribble. So you have been dribbled.Published 25 days ago by Kalianni Trust
David Weber does it again! His story lines are consistent and believable. I look forward to the next book(s) in this series.Published 27 days ago by SkyHawk
David Weber creates wonderful stories. However, I am firmly convinced he is being paid by the word, given how many extra words he's managing to cram into each book. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Paul
As a compulsive reader, I had high hopes for this apparently long and involved novel...had I known that the content would render all of the engaging romance, intelligence,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Opraman
This series will hook you fast if your genre is military sci-fi. Patterned after the Horatio Hornblower tales, David Weber forwards the action plot into a distant future and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by robert johnston
Way too short to be published as a book. Many details but not much going on. One needs to review what worked in earlier books.Published 2 months ago by Jerry
This was a "filler" novel (having seen them in Wheel of time". It's OK to have this as it fleshes out the universe a bit more, but I'd like to see the resolution of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Siegel