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READ ☆ Changer of Worlds Å WELCOME AGAIN TO THE MANY WORLDS OF HONORLady Dame Honor Harrington—starship captain admiral Steadholder and Duchess—has spent decades defending the Star Kingdom of Manticore against all comers Along the way she has become the legend known as the Salamander from her habit of always being where the fire is hottest and also aWELCOME AGAIN TO THE MANY WORLDS OF HONORLady Dame Honor Harrington starship captain admiral Steadholder and Duchess has spent decades defending the Star Kingdom of Manticore against all comers Along the way she has become the legend known as the Salamander from her habit of always being where the fire is hottest and also a national bestseller Ashes of Victory #7 The Wall Street JournalBut it's a big universe and Honor's actions affect a lot of lives not all of them hum. These short stories are better than the mainstream books Worth reading first if you like short stories

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An And their actions affect her a lesson Ms Midshipwoman Harrington learns years before rising to command rank when a desperate battle against pirates who aren't uite what they seem begins her brilliant careerCloser to home in Changer of Worlds a secret that the alien treecats have kept from their human friends for hundreds of years is about to come out and completely change the relationship between the two species foreverMeanwhile Eric Flint weighs in with From the Hig. 2018 re read

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Changer of WorldsHlands Honor can't be everywhere so when the People's Republic of Haven tries to stage a political assassination on Earth Anton Zilwicki husband of one of the Star Kingdom's most revered military martyrs and father of a young woman who is clearly a chip off the old block steps into the breach and takes the opportunity to settle some old scores along the wayAnd finally Esther Mcueen and Oscar Saint Just suare off for their final confrontation in Noveau Paris in Nightfall. A collection of four short stories well two very short and two not all that short stories filling in some of the blanks I enjoyed the Eric Flint one most as it takes some characters and creates a bit of a new angle on the world though this has subseuently been rolled back into Weber's control under the mainspin off seuenceTwo things annoyed me a bit the last story about Mcueen's rebellion and Saint Just's take down adds a lot of unnecessary detail around that incident but was clearly simply cut from the main novel in one of the editor's last attempts to curtail the length of the main novels of the series The other is that Weber clearly expects everyone to have read these collections when published alongside the main series of the novels which detracts from the latter as there's characters and situations crucial to understanding who everyone is and what's been happening which simply aren't in the main series