Honor Among Enemies review ´ 3

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Honor Among Enemies review ´ 3 ↠ KNOW THY ENEMYFor Captain Honor Harrington it's sometimes hard to know who the enemy really is Despite political foes professional jealousies and the scandal which drove her into exile she's been offered a chance to reclaim her career as an officer of the Royal Manticoran Navy But there's a catch She must assume commSome of the ''pirates'' aren't exactly what they seem and neither are some of her ''friends'' For Honor has been carefully chosen for her mission by two implacable and powerful enemiesThe way they see it either she stops the raiders or the raiders kill her and either way they win. A better than average Honor Harrington which are better than average space operas Enough complexity and depth to keep the reader mentally engagedNimitz falls in love Oh myThe Horatio Hornblower reference was cuteA good read

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KNOW THY ENEMYFor Captain Honor Harrington it's sometimes hard to know who the enemy really is Despite political foes professional jealousies and the scandal which drove her into exile she's been offered a chance to reclaim her career as an officer of the Royal Manticoran Navy Bu. There's just something about military sci fi that I adore And Honor Harrington is among my favorite heroines Smart and resilient she's a little too perfect to be real but it's something you kind of start to expect after a few booksWhile I really enjoyed the main plot line with the pirates and the political machinations what I really liked was the side plot with the new recruits to the Manticoran Navy It was good to see things from the perspective of the lower ranked members of the military be they the good kind of people or the worst scum humanity can spawn Nimitz falling in love was adorable and now I'm even fascinated by the treecats I wonder what it would be like to see the story from his POV I do hope we get to learn about his species now that he has a mate Hopefully the next book will be just as engaging because I really want to finish this series So finger's crossed

review Honor Among Enemies

Honor Among EnemiesT there's a catch She must assume command of a ''suadron'' of jury rigged armed merchantmen with crew drawn from the dregs of her service and somehow stop the pirates who have taken advantage of the Havenite War to plunder the Star Kingdom's commerceThat would be hard enough but. Honor takes on pirates with an under strength suadron as a means of rehabilitating her political standing in the Star Kingdom This is the last of the main Honorverse books to not be centered around the main fighting with HavenHonor herself is as always a little too perfect to be believable but if you're this far in the series you know what to expect Weber further populates this installment with new and old interesting side characters Foraker Caslet Harkness MacBride etc and gives readers a glimpse into the enlisted and non com side of the Manticoran Navy Even interestingly this book has a further look into treecats with the introduction of Samantha a segue into further Honorverse storiesOne of the longer books in the series to this point it does have the feel of a book that is transitioning from one place to another in a series which frankly it is Overall fun and enjoyable