WORLDS OF HONOR by David Weber

WORLDS OF HONOR

KIRKUS REVIEW

More military/political science fiction, this time “in honor of” the genetically engineered warrior whiz Honor Harrington, whose tireless efforts on behalf of the good-guy Alliance help keep at bay the evil-empire People’s Republic, or Peeps (Echoes of Honor, p. 1076, etc.). Five new, long stories are featured here—but what you won’t find mentioned on the cover, or on the title page, or even in the table of contents, is that Weber wrote only two of them: “What Price Dreams?” and “The Hard Way Home.” Linda Evans contributed “The Stray”; Jane Lindskold supplied “Queen’s Gambit”; and Roland J. Green penned “Deck Load Strike.” Given that, Honor Harrington fans know exactly what to expect; still,you can’t help but wonder at what juncture creative packaging becomes outright deception.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1999
ISBN: 0-671-57786-7
Page count: 352pp
Publisher: Baen
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1st, 1998




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