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Uncompromising Honor

HONOR'S FINISHING WHAT SHE STARTED The Solarian League's navy counts its superdreadnoughts by the thousands. Not even its own government knows how enormous its economy truly is. And for hundreds of years, the League has borne the banner of human civilization, been the ideal to which humanity aspires in its diaspora across the galaxy. But the bureaucrats known as the "Mandarins," who rule today's League, are not the men and women who founded it so long ago. They are corrupt, venal, accountable to no one . . . and they've decided the upstart Star Kingdom of Manticore must be destroyed.Honor Harrington has worn the Star Kingdom's uniform for half a century and served her monarch and her people well. In the course of those years, the woman the newsies call the Salamander has grown from a tactically brilliant but politically nave junior officer to supreme fleet command and a seat on the highest military and political councils of the Grand Alliance. Very few people know war the way Honor Har...

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ISBN : 35382980
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 466 pages
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Uncompromising Honor Reviews

  • Mike

    An unsatisfying conclusion with solid action (as always) despite its meandering.

  • Eric

  • Scott

    Finally! The mad wizard weber (MWW) (author) moves the timeline forward. No more jumping all over the place... Altho to be fair, this book does start either 'before' the events on Mesa, or at least, before news of the events reaches the rest of the books characters until around halfway through the book..

    Regardless! It doesn't FEEL like the constant backtracking and reshashing of the same events over and over again as the last .. 4-5? books have. (Shadow of Victory, Shadow of Freedom, Cauldron of

  • Dan

    Excellent, I highly recommend it!

  • Tycho

    A satisfactory ending. I am pleased.

  • Per Gunnar

    The enormous blurb of this book reflects fairly well on the book itself. Too many words. The book is perhaps not huge but at 961 pages it is definitely big. Unfortunately the book would be better with a lot of the words removed. I used to really like Honor Harrington as well as a lot of the other works from David Weber. Unfortunately his later works consists of a lot of talk, talk more talk and not enough real action by the characters involved.

    The writing of David Weber is undeniably good but no

  • Leisuresuitlarry

    This review is for the EARC.

    I have to say that this is ultimately an anti-climactic ending to this arc Honor Harrington's story. I don't believe for an instant that this is the last we'll see of Honor. In fact, I seem to remember reading somewhere that the fight with the Solarian League was supposed to be Raoul's and Katherine's story, and I have to believe that David Weber just shifted some plans (view spoiler)

  • John Kelbaugh


    I really enjoyed this. I loved how it wrapped up some story threads. I just don't want to give away any spoilers