A True Chronological Reading of the Last 10 Honorverse Books, Part 2 @DavidWeberBooks

Diane Morrison

I’m re-reading the last ten books in the Honorverse space opera series by David Weber in true chronological order. That is to say, I am reading it all as if it were one big story, not several separate books, in the order in which the events described took place (as much as possible.) I will even be skipping around between books as necessary. If you’d like some insight into why I’m doing that, and what I recommend you read before we begin (if you’d like to follow along,) please see my first post in this series.

Prerequisites:War of Honor, Crown of Slaves

Suggested: “From the Highlands” from Changer of Worlds, “Fanatic” from Service of the Sword.

Books Required for this Post:Torch of Freedom

Background:

The Kingdom of Manticore is once again at war with the Republic of Haven. Unbeknownst to the characters, but knownst to us, Havenite…

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4 comments on “A True Chronological Reading of the Last 10 Honorverse Books, Part 2 @DavidWeberBooks

  1. This is only tangentially related to the review published here, but I wanted to ask if the Cloakmaster Cycle of Spelljammer novels is any good. I’ve seen memes on this site, but I haven’t found much online about the quality of the series.

    Thanks for any comments!

    • It’s … not bad, in my opinion. Like any multi-author series, some books are better than others. If you’re a Spelljammer fan, it’s definitely worth a read. If you’re not, I would honestly give it a pass. David, of course, thinks much more highly of it than I do, however. 🙂

      • Thanks Sable!

        I find I get the itch to visit these D&D settings in novel form every once in a while and Spelljammer is one I’ve never had the opportunity to visit apart from reading the manuals. Now to find a pdf or an epub (not pirated)……

  2. This is only tangentially related to the review published here, but I wanted to ask if the Cloakmaster Cycle of Spelljammer novels is any good. I’ve seen memes on this site, but I haven’t found much online about the quality of the series.

    Thanks for any comments!

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