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Honor's universe by two leading science fiction writers David Drake and SM Stirlin. Following GR s rating system this collection was ok It wasn t strong enough to stand on its own and it doesn t uite mesh with the main Honor series but it wasn t painful to read throughIn detail for me A Whiff of Grapeshot was the best of the lot conversely I m not feeling any inclination to read A Beautiful Friendship after what was a fairly run of the mill First Contact story with very unbelievable and somewhat annoying characters The last entry on the workings of the universe was actually fairly interesting especially the story of the Star Kingdom and the explanation for the two of your Earth minutes tropeSo in short I don t want to say I won t read the other anthologies but this one hasn t really done much to convince me to do so

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Tells how the Harrington family and its tradition of distinguished service in the d. A collection of three short stories by three different authors all set in David Weber s Honorverse As with any anthology it s a mixed bag the first from Weber himself was a delightful tale of the first contact between humans and treecats the second from David Drake was an interesting story of an architectural holiday gone wrong and finally a frankly meh story from SMStirling set in the peeps part of the universe The book was then padded out a bit with some universe history and background which felt a bit dry and unnecessary Apart from the first story probably for completists only

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Efence of the realm was founded and how they discovered treecats Weber is joined in. As is often the case with collections of short fiction I enjoyed some parts of this book better than othersA Beautiful Friendship David WeberI really liked this story which chronicles the first meeting between humans and treecats David Weber later expanded this story into a YA novel with the same title and as soon as I finished reading this version I went onto the Baen website to purchase and download the novel so I could read it too I liked seeing of the treecats as full fledged charactersA Grand Tour David DrakeThis was my least favourite portion of the anthology It wasn t badly written but it seemed only tangentially connected to the rest of the Honor Harrington universe It really seemed like it could have easily been dropped into another science fiction universe simply by changing the names of a few places and groups of peopleA Whiff of Grapeshot SM StirlingThis short story fills in background for an event that was mentioned or less in passing in the book In Enemy Hands I liked this one a lot and the events it covered really work best in short story format rather than as part of a novel as a wholeThe Universe of Honor Harrington David WeberAnd this one read like a history book Which to be fair is or less what it is so it fulfils its purpose in that regard I enjoyed it for the background information it provides but it isn t really a story It was a slow read and probably not strictly necessary but for people who will read through all the appendix information and footnotes in various books because they find them fascinating this is an excellent addition I do like how well everything hangs togetherOut of the collection as a whole my favourite part was definitely A Beautiful Friendship

  • Paperback
  • 371
  • More Than Honor
  • David Weber
  • English
  • 06 June 2019
  • 9780671878573

About the Author: David Weber

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10 thoughts on “More Than Honor

  1. says:

    This is an anthology of three short stories and a host of technical information non story but about the story universe The first story is a precursor to one of the David Weber spin off series about Stephanie Harrington Honor semi fa

  2. says:

    2018 re read I love the first short story in his collection as much as any of the main line novels

  3. says:

    A collection of three short stories by three different authors all set in David Weber's Honorverse As with any anthology

  4. says:

    More Than Honor shows us the first Contact between treecats Celery Bandits D and humans covers a scuffle with Have

  5. says:

    As is often the case with collections of short fiction I enjoyed some parts of this book better than othersA Beautiful Friendship David WeberI really liked this story which chronicles the first meeting between humans and treecats David Weber later expanded this story into a YA novel with the same title and as soon as I finished reading this version I went onto the Baen website to purchase and download the novel so I could read

  6. says:

    More like 35Interesting but there are things about the novel that just don't add up

  7. says:

    Weber David David Drake and S M Stirling More than Honor Worlds of Honor No 1 Baen 1997In the Golden Age of science fiction publish

  8. says:

    This collection of short storiesnovelettes was very uneven A Beautiful Friendship by David Weber was excellent It tells the story of the first encounter between treecats and humans I fell in love with the characters and want to read A Grand Tour by David Drake was just horrid It really had nothing to do with the Honorverse other than a few tr

  9. says:

    Following GR's rating system this collection was ok It wasn't strong enough to stand on its own and it doesn't uite mesh with the main Honor series but it wasn't painful to read throughIn detail for me A Whiff of Grapeshot was the best of the lot; conversely I'm not feeling any inclination to read A Beautiful Friendship after what was a fairly run of the mill First Contact story with very unbelievable and somewhat ann

  10. says:

    Waste of time First story is just the first few chapters of A Beautiful Friendship Second story was boring AF Third story was actually mildly interesting Last section was a bunch of dry data that I thought was pretty interesting and is why this book gets two stars instead of one star I highly recommend skipping this one

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