Echoes of Honor

Echoes of Honor

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The Direct Sequel to Crown of Slaves. Two New York Times Best-Selling Authors Again Join Forces in a New Novel in David Weber’s Honor Harrington Universe. As the slavemasters of Mesa plot against the Star Empire of Manticore and the newly liberated slave planet of Torch, Anton Zilwicki and the notorious Havenite secret agent Victor Cachat set off on a dangerous mission to uncover the truth concerning a wave of mysterious assassinations that have been launched against Manticore and Torch. Most people are sure that the Republic of Haven is behind the assassinations, but Zilwicki and Cachat suspect others of being the guilty party. Queen Berry of Torch was one of the targets of the unknown assassins. The former head of the Ballroom slave liberation organization, Jeremy X—now one of Torch's top officials, but still considered by many the most dangerous terrorist in the galaxy—calls in some past favors owed to him. In response, a security officer from Beowulf arrives in Torch to take charge of Queen Berry's security—a task made doubly difficult by the young monarch's resentment of bodyguards and the security officer's own growing attachment to her. Meanwhile, powerful forces in the Solarian League are maneuvering against each other to gain the upper hand in what they all expect to be an explosive crisis that threatens the very existence of the League itself.
Publisher: Riverdale, NY : Baen ; New York : Distributed by Simon & Schuster, c1998
ISBN: 9780671578336
0671578332
9780671878924
0671878921
Characteristics: 569 p. : ill ; 25 cm

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mammothhawk229e
Apr 11, 2017

Great book of prison break without any help from home.
Bit of confusion of prisoners from defunct conquered systems.
Manty's butt got royally kicked by resurgent Havens navy in every front except one system with new weapon system.
Chuckled at conservative Graysons armtwisting Honor's hedonistic Mom to get pregnant to prevent succession crisis in Honor steading subplot.

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whyschild
Jul 15, 2012

I ADORE the Honor Harrington novels, each one more triumphant than the last. If it makes you happy when Honor sticks it to the Peeps, this installment will make you very, very happy.

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