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At All Costs (Honor Harrington Book 11) by [Weber, David]
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David Weber is the science fiction phenomenon of the decade. His popular Honor Harrington novels are "New York "Times best sellers and can t come out fast enough for his devoted readers. In addition to the Honor Harrington series, he has written many top-selling science fiction novels, all for Baen, including "Empire from the Ashes," "The Apocalypse Troll," and "In Fury Born." He has also begun a top-selling epic SF adventure series in collaboration with John Ringo, with four novels so far: "March Upcountry," "March to the Sea," "March to the Stars" and "We Few." His "Wind Rider s Oath," another "New York Times" best seller, continues his popular Bahzell fantasy adventure series."

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2211 KB
  • Print Length: 892 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Baen Books; 1 edition (1 Nov. 2005)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AP9CUWM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,158 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Hardcover
After the (frankly disappointing) 'War of Honor' and 'Crown of Slaves', I was a bit apprehensive about this latest entry in the HH series. The previous books had, in my view, concentrated far too much on machiavellian politics and it did it in a rather flat and uninspired manner. So when I picked up this 800+ page monster I was fervantly hoping for a return to his previous form. I am glad to say that it is. Fans of 'Old School' Weber will relish a return to the epic space battles of his earlier books, and for those who liked the direction of the later books there is plenty of political manuevering, only this time around it reads much better. Mr Webers writing still seems to have matured significantly since Crown of Slaves, and this time around your sympathies lay as much with Haven as with Manticore. Be prepared though - he's killing off his characters in job lots! I counted the death of one Major character and at least 4 important secondary characters with several other known faces falling by the wayside. If I have a complaint, it's that Mr Weber still includes massive blocks of unecessary prose at times. Also, Honors list of titles is becoming faintly ridiculous, seemingly taking up half the book itself!
The surprise ending leaves the way open for at least one more book, and I wouldn't be surprised to see the series continuing for two or possibly three more installments. Good to see you back, David.
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Format: Hardcover
I was one of the lucky ones who managed to nab an advanced copy of this book a few months before release here, which I then read cover to cover. In fact, my other half had to prise it out of my grubby paws to prevent me re-reading it there and then!
Weber has done it again. While ‘The Shadow of Saganami' was a book I found a little disappointing as the characterisations didn’t have the depths of his earlier works, ‘At All Costs’ has taken my breath away. I have to say, the opening chapters had me bawling my eyes out to the bemusement of those around me, ‘It’s only a book,’ they said, shaking their heads. I miss those that have gone in ‘At All Cost’ (no hints I’m afraid, read it!!), Weber was right to address that time marches on and waits for no man (or woman) and the harsh reality that the good die as easily as the bad in war. If you have been disappointed recently by his works in the Honorverse, pick this one up because you’ll either curse him for pulling all your heart strings or hug him for providing an engrossing read and a exceptional addition to the series.
Political intrigue and star battles lace this roller-coaster emotional ride as the Republic of Haven, Manticorans, Graysons and the newly created Torch go further head to head in a war that no one desires, yet unable to prevent. Poignant upheaval lies behind each chapter as Honor seeks to finally organize her life so that all her ties (emotional and political) compliment each other and consolidate her and those around her.
While fans have complained about the ever increasing political angles, it’s a little hard to avoid due to Honor’s eventual rise in rank and growth in all spheres.
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Format: Hardcover
The Star Kingdom of Manticore and the People's Republic of Haven are still in the bloodiest war ever known. In a previous novel, readers learned that the Havenites believed the Manties, during a cease-fire, altered documents. Therefore, the Havenites fired the first shot, ending the cease-fire without even bothering to notify the Manties. Now the Havenites have reason to believe that the Manties never altered anything. In fact, it appears that one of their own did the altering, hoping to cause the war to continue ... and succeeded.
Haven President Eloise Pritchart wants nothing more than for the war to end. She releases a POW, who happens to be close to Honor Harrington, with a message for Queen Elizabeth. Eloise wants to meet and discuss terms for peace. Elizabeth is given the choice of when and where. Eloise asks that Honor be included, as well as, the treecats.
Honor Harrington is still close to Hamish and Emily (of White Haven). As Honor begins her return to the front, she learns that she is pregnant. Though all know, in the back of their minds anyway, who the father is, no one dares state it aloud. Since being killed in battle is always a possibility, Honor has her unborn child removed from herself and placed in a tube to mature. (Totally safe.) Those on Manticore and Grayson, depending on how they feel about Honor, are either thrilled to learn about an heir or furious and wanting to use the child as a weapon against the mother.
***** First off let me state that I hope the author creates a whole new series about Torch, its teenaged queen, and its Amazonian people. Such potential exists there. Queen Berry Zilwicki came across much better than Queen Amidala could ever hope to have done.
Honor Harrington is something of "a personal bogeyman" for the Havenites.
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Format: Hardcover
I had been counting down the days for the next David Weber book, thinking that when it arrived and my misery lifted I would be reading a new installment in the Saganami Island series. Honor Harrington seemed destined to become a back plot character and the new generation would be taking over...
Far from it! The political shenanigans we had in War of Honor have come to fruition and the Star Kingdom of Manticore finds itself on the defensive in its war against Haven. The diplomacy and intrigue now take a rear seat, this is good honest space warfare with Weber at his best.
The Haven offensive has forced Manticore to adopt new tactics and who best to make the enemy suffer with an understrength fleet but our very own Honor Harrington. This book is an emotional rollercoaster and if you can stay on the ride till the end you will not be disappointed.
There are new weapons, new characters and we say goodbye to a few old friends... There is murder, mayhem and missiles... and the revealing of an enemy that could be 10 times worse than Haven ever was on its worst days.
And of course when I was finished I was back to square one and waiting in pain for the next book!!!
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