Tag Archives: Honor Harrington

Keep Calm and Fire Lasers: David Weber’s The Honor of the Queen

And we’re back to our regularly scheduled book reviews, as I catch up with stuff I put off while I was watching Christmas cartoons. Yay? The Honor of the Queen is the second Honor Harrington novel– I’ve read and reviewed the first and the third, so I figured I’d fill in that gap. I snagged …

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Half a Book Review: Eric Flint’s Worlds

Eric Flint is an author I’ve enjoyed in the past, but haven’t read in a long time. Back when I was in high school, I absolutely devoured his collaborations with Dave Freer– Rats, Bats, and Vats being a wonderfully mayhem-filled sci-fi adventure, and The Philosophical Strangler was an even crazier fantasy. And so, when I …

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Rule Space-Brittania! David Weber’s The Short Victorious War

The nice thing about a book series is that you generally know what to expect with each installment. Dresden Files novels will have snark and monsters, Game of Thrones novels will do something horrible to your favorite character, and a Wheel of Time book will…well, I don’t know what a Wheel of Time book will …

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God Save the Space Queen! David Weber’s On Basilisk Station

Baen Books is a lot like Fox News. One caters to a loyal fanbase by providing farfetched, right-wing-flavored fiction, and the other publishes books with spaceships on the cover. I should note, I’ve gotten a lot more enjoyment from Baen Books’ output than from Fox News. Legitimate enjoyment, even, not the “lol this is so …

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