The plot is strong, the characters well developed, and the visual comes to life in your mind.
This series is an excellent introduction to good science fiction for young adults and it is a good read for an adult also.
The further adventures of Stephanie Harrington and her treecat are worthy of Weber's Honor Harrington series.
A pretty disappointing step down. After reading the first three books, I have no interest in reading more. Tweener twaddle, with no real sci-fi. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Michael Mueller
The story, the characters, the culture are very well expressed, which has been the hallmark of Weber writing, IMO.Published 1 month ago by James R. Tapscott
Enjoyable juvenile but at least the story is not buried in reams of pseudo tech . thank god does not seem to do a Clancy in his juveniles.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I liked the continuation of the characters from the first book. I like that you are learing more about Stephanie and what drives her and that she is very much human and can make... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marjorie Wright
My comments on "War Maid's Choice" applies too all of Weber's books that I have purchased thru Amazon. Read morePublished 2 months ago by karen V. Henriksen
Some of the very best in sci-fi has always been written for "young adults". Weber always delivers, as do those with whom he partners.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed this second Star Kingdom book as much as I did the first. I am an ardent Harrington fan, and I like the tales of the early years on Sphinx. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lynnette
This is series is a great starting point for any and all Honorverse readers, Kinda like a origin of the connection between human and Treecatt.Published 2 months ago by Nathaniel Wolfolk
The adventure continues as our heroine falls in like and the planetary environment causes problems for our junior ranger, her beloved TreeCats and self centered scientists. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John D. Berry