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Verse by two leading science fiction More Than PDFEPUBwriters David Drake and SM Stirling. Weber David David Drake and S M Stirling More than Honor Worlds of Honor No 1 Baen 1997In the Golden Age of science fiction publishers often farmed out successful genre series to many low paid writers seldom good mostly bad or indifferent Tom Swift for instance is the creation of many different hands most of whom are known for nothing else At least one publisher created a whole fake biography for a phony French writer of routine space opera These days we are well used to television and movie series farming out novelizations to multiple writers sometimes pretty good writers Alan Dean Foster comes to mind and many others made a small pile in the Star Trek and Star Wars worlds More recently icons of science fiction like Larry Niven have begun doing the same thing attracting well established writers to continue and develop their fictional worlds There may be Known Space stories now by others than by Niven The Honorverse is a good example of the trend Stirling has his own successful postapocalyptic series of Emberverse novels and Drake is himself an icon of military science fiction It is no surprise that these stories do such a good job of setting up the world that you could begin your reading of Harrington stories with them The first story by Weber about the Harrington family s first contact with treecats is a very logical place to begin the series Enjoy

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Tells how the Harrington family and its tradition of distinguished service in the defence. 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 famous ancestor who was first to befriend a tree cat I found the story wonderful and it was one of those rare tales that was something I could share with my daughter Tree cats an 11 year old girl and a mystery over celery and an adventure on a wilderness world What could you ask for The second story by David Drake another space opera veteran was also wonderful but different Drake s style is very similar to Weber s and the story blends well with the Honor verse The third story is actually the untold story of a coup attempt in the Peoples Republic of Haven The event is referenced with scant details in the long Honor Harrington Series and told in greater detail here The stile is slightly different than Weber s darker smoother and highlights a wonderful thing about the Honor verse that Weber with collaboration from others has createdWeber s Honor verse has room for other great writers to share The stories from others like Drake aren t outside the main story Where he can Weber includes their work and allows it to influence his The reason I stopped reading the first book of the Crown of Slaves trilogy is because it is about a character started by David Drake in a short story in the third anthology Rather than re telling it Weber simply referred to it I became frustrated looking for the character and where they came from until I found a wiki Weber info website that tracked down the story That highlights one of the few problems with the Honor verse and all of the stories I really really like the way Weber has all of the story plots intertwined with his main Honor Harrington story I like the spin offs and thse short stories are fabulous for sci fi shorts The problem is that they do not fit together seamlessly The first book might fit in between Honor 8 and 9 of a trilogy and then overlap the next two honor books The stories use the short stories as background info and setting or even as fodder for characters but that s hard to track down and reuires extra effort to keep straight Still these are three excellent short stories You do not have to read any other story to enjoy them More the other way around I recommend them to anyone who enjoys short sci fi stories Especially the first one

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Of the realm was founded and how they discovered treecats Weber is joined in Honor's uni. More like 35Interesting but there are things about the novel that just don t add up


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 famous ancestor who was first to befriend a tree cat I found the story wonderful and it was one of those rare tales that was something I could share with my daughter Tree cats an 11 year old girl and a mystery ove

  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 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

  4. says:

    More Than Honor shows us the first Contact between treecats Celery Bandits D and humans covers a scuffle with Haven shows us what happened with Ester Mcueen and gives background information on the Honorverse D This is all presented in a fast paced roller coaster of a ride filling missing details from other books that will

  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 it too I l

  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 publishers often farmed out successful genre series to many low paid writers seldom good mostly bad or indifferent Tom Swift for instance is the creation of many different hands most of whom are known for nothing else At least one publisher created a whole fake biography for a phony French writer of routine space opera

  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 t

  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

  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

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