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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.
I'm a long-time reader of this series, but it seems to be running out of steam. Admiral Harrington is almost a supporting character in her own series, and the pulse-pounding... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Gruntled
A Rising Thunder by David Weber
This is number thirteen of the Honor series. Honor Harrington plays a bit part in the continuing saga of Manticore. Read more
Yah, gotta admit there are meeting to excess. Then there's Honor whining about all those people who, evidently, she personally, eye ball to eye ball killed over and over, book... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Old Sub Sailor
I've been reading David Weber for many years and feel that the Honor Harrington-Alexander series is the best of them all. Read morePublished 16 days ago by M. A. St Clair
fast turning, multiple plots. Good suspense. Can't wait for the next one in the seriesPublished 20 days ago by F.J. Brandelik
This book is quite good - but really is a 'bridge' novel providing definitional exposition about the end of the Manticore/Haven war and the beginning of the Mesan Alignment war. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazon Customer