Book Review: Mission of Honor by David Weber @DavidWeberBooks

Diane Morrison

Mission of Honor (Honor Harrington, #12)Mission of Honor by David Weber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Honor! I’ve missed you!

Since I’m trying to read the Honorverse books in chronological order from On Basilisk Station, it’s been some time since I’ve seen much of Honor Harrington. The development of the overarching macroplot that is the focus of the current books started with other characters, and only starts to splash on Honor peripherally at first, such as by sending her back to war with Haven (see At All Costs.)

But now she’s in it up to her ears. Things are exploding between Manticore and the huge and powerful Solarian League in Talbott, and the war against Haven is one they really can’t afford to have in the face of such a threat. So she is sent to Haven to decide the war once and for all . . . by making peace.

What…

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