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Cauldron of Ghosts (Crown of Slaves, - Honor Harrington universe Book 3) Sequel To National Bestsellers Torch Of Freedom And Crown Of Slaves, Book Three In The Crown Of Slaves, Honor Harrington Universe Secret Agent Anton Zilwicki And Victor Cachat Return In This Classic Tie In Series Set In David Weber S Honorverse.TOIL AND TROUBLE IN THE CAULDRON OF GHOSTSThe Mesan Alignment A Centuries Old Cabal That Seeks To Impose Its Vision Of A Society Dominated By Genetic Rank Onto The Human Race Now The Conspiracy Stands Exposed By Spies Anton Zilwicki And Victor Cachat One An Agent Of Honor Harrington S Star Kingdom Of Manticore, The Other A Havenite Operative The Outing Of The Alignment Has Turned The Galaxy S Political Framework Topsy Turvy Old Coalitions Have Disintegrated New Alliances Have Been Born.For Starters, The Long And Hard Fought War Between The Republic Of Haven And The Star Empire Of Manticore Is Not Only Over, But These Bitter Enemies Have Formed A New Pact Their Common Foe The Mesan Alignment Itself.But Information Is Needed To Bring The Alignment Out Of The Shadows Now, Defying The Odds And Relying On Genetic Wizardry Themselves For A Disguise, Zilwicki And Cachat Return To Mesa Only To Discover That Even They Have Underestimated The Alignment S Ruthlessness And Savagery.Soon They Are On The Run In Mesa S Underworld, Not Only Hunted By The Alignment But Threatened By The Exploding Conflict On The Planet Between Mesa S Overlords And The Brutalized Slaves And Descendants Of Slaves Who Have Suffered Under Their Rule For So Long But If Zilwicki And Cachat Succeed In Rooting Out The Ancient Conspiracy, A Great Evil May Be Finally Removed From The Galaxy And On A Long Oppressed Planet, Freedom May Finally Dawn.At The Publisher S Request, This Title Is Sold Without DRM Digital Rights Management.About The Crown Of Slave Series Fans Of Weber S Honor Harrington Series Will Be Delighted With This Offshoot In Which He And Coauthor Flint Develop Several Situations And Characters From Other Stories This Outstanding Effort Transcends The Label Space Opera And Truly Is A Novel Of Ideas Publishers WeeklyWith Over Seven Million Copies Of His Books In Print And Seventeen Titles On The New York Times Bestseller List, David Weber Is The Science Fiction Publishing Phenomenon Of The New Millennium In The Hugely Popular Honor Harrington Series, The Spirit Of C.S Forester S Horatio Hornblower And Patrick O Brian S Master And Commander Lives On Into The Galactic Future Books In The Honor Harrington And Honoverse Series Have Appeared On Fourteen Best Seller Lists, Including Those Of The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, And USA Today While Weber Is Best Known For His Spirited, Modern Minded Space Operas, He Is Also The Creator Of The Oath Of Swords Fantasy Series And The Dahak Saga, A Science Fiction And Fantasy Hybrid Weber Is Has Also Engaged In A Steady Stream Of Bestselling Collaborations Including His Starfire Series With Steve White, Which Produced The New York Times Bestseller The Shiva Option Among Others Weber S Collaboration With Alternate History Master Eric Flint Led To The Bestselling 1634 The Baltic War, And His Planetary Adventure Novels With Military Science Fiction Ace And Multiple National Best Seller John Ringo Includes The Blockbusters March To The Stars And We Few Finally, Weber S Teaming With Linda Evans Produced The Bestselling Multiverse Series.

David Mark Weber is an American science fiction and fantasy author He was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1952.Many of his stories have military, particularly naval, themes, and fit into the military science fiction genre He frequently places female leading characters in what have been traditionally male roles.One of his most popular and enduring characters is Honor Harrington whose alliterated name David Mark Weber is an American science fiction and fantasy author He was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1952.Many of his stories have military, particularly naval, themes, and fit into the military science fiction genre He frequently places female leading characters in what have been traditionally male roles.One of his most popular and enduring characters is Honor Harrington whose alliterated name is an homage to C S Forester s character Horatio Hornblower and her last name from a fleet doctor in Patrick O Brian s Master and Commander Her story, together with the Honorverse she inhabits, has been developed through 16 novels and six shared universe anthologies, as of spring 2013 other works are in production In 2008, he donated his archive to the department of Rare Books and Special Collections at Northern Illinois University.Many of his books are available online, either in their entirety as part of the Baen Free Library or, in the case ofrecent books, in the form of sample chapters typically the first 25 33% of the work.http us.macmillan.com author davidw

10 thoughts on “Cauldron of Ghosts (Crown of Slaves, - Honor Harrington universe Book 3)

  1. says:

    This the best and most likely last as by the end the story is wrapped in the mainline of the 3 Wages of Sin novels and the most complete Honorverse novel since At All Costs as it closes the Mesa storyline and we finally can move to the breakup of the league, The Renaissance Factor and all the goodies promised The ending coincidesor less with the ending of Shadow of Freedom as the timeline goes plus travel time of course, but nothing else moves ahead Houdini, new characters, most notab This the best and most likely last as by the end the story is wrapped in the mainline of the 3 Wages of Sin novels and the most complete Honorverse novel since At All Costs as it closes the Mesa storyline and we finally can move to the breakup of the league, The Renaissance Factor and all the goodies promised The ending coincidesor less with the ending of Shadow of Freedom as the timeline goes plus travel time of course, but nothing else moves ahead Houdini, new characters, most notably the replacement of Isabel Bardassano and the brother of jack McBride on the alignment side, Torch commandos, Mesans and freed slaves on the good guys side and muchlots of happenings, lots of twists and as mentioned a great ending that obviously leaves one wanting the next c...

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    I got an e arc I got an e arc thank you baen and thank you webscriptions you rock my socks because I get the books early and I must FEED MY ADDICTION I love you 1 22 2014 Okay quick break to re read some Torch of Freedom 1 23 2014Okay, IT WAS INCREDIBLY AWESOME and then I got to the end and it was like NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO why must you end now why although the book was freaking long took me 7 8 hours to read I like Eric Flint, when Weber writes alone I don t get the lol s like I do whe I got an e arc I got an e arc thank you baen and thank you webscriptions you rock my socks because I get the books early and I must FEED MY ADDICTION I love you 1 22 2014 Okay quick break to re read some Torch ...

  3. says:

    An excellent continuation of the massive Honor Harrington series It brings together some big threads from previous books, and adds in quite a fewI think Eric Flint has done a world of good for the characterization in the series, particularly when it comes to the villains David Weber is damn good at space battles, but one of his weak spots has always been characterizing negative characters Not necessarily the military characters, as there ve been some Havenites I liked better than cer An excellent continuation of the massive Honor Harrington series It brings together some big threads from previous books, and adds in quite a fewI think Eric Flint has done a world of good for the characterization in the series, particularly when it comes to the villains David Weber is damn good at space battles, but one of his weak spots has always been characterizing negative characters Not necessarily the military characters, as there ve been some H...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I enjoyed the book, and was inclined to give five stars I did not, because I don t enjoy the long digressions in mid scene Sometimes it s great to put a couple of thousand words in out of the blue, to describe the history of plumbing on a planet I made that up, but there might be one in this book I paged through them when I realized that the story was paused for some explication Sometimes I d rather know what happens next The last couple of Weber books I read, the ratio of paintings to mo I enjoyed the book, and was inclined to give five stars I did not, because I don t enjoy the long digressions in mid scene Sometimes it s great to put a couple of thousand words in out of the blue, to describe the history of plumbing on a planet I made that up, but there might be one in this book I paged through them when I realized that the story was paused for some explication Sometimes I d rather know what happens next The last couple of Weber books I read, the ratio of paintings to movies seems higher Don t misunderstand I wouldn t miss a book and I d go to his house and read the drafts if he...

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    Victor Cachat and Anton Zilwicki are on the loose on Mesa again This time, they ve brought a military advisor and plans to make contacts among the underground of seccies , the descendants of slaves who make up the underclass of Mesan society As the repercussions of their previous visit to Mesa continue, will they be able to control the rebellion they plan to start Best of this side series, thus far Only one cut and paste chapter from a previous book, and faraction than the main line Ho Victor Cachat and Anton Zilwicki are on the loose on Mesa again This time, they ve brought a military advisor and plans to make contacts among the underground of seccies , the descendants of slaves who make up the underclass of Mesan society As the repercussions of their previous visit to Mesa continue, will they be able to control the rebellion they plan to start Best of this side series, thus f...

  6. says:

    Review to come D

  7. says:

    David Weber began his Honor Harrington series in 1992 with On Basilisk Station, and in it our intrepid heroine commanded a ship of the Star Kingdom of Manticore against the far larger People s Republic of Haven Manticore remained Haven s superior on the fields of battle because of its robust interstellar trade and Haven s corruption And in case Weber hadn t made it clear he was writing a Horatio Hornblower England v Revolutionary France in space novel, the leader of Haven was Rob S Pierre.Bu David Weber began his Honor Harrington series in 1992 with On Basilisk Station, and in it our intrepid heroine commanded a ship of the Star Kingdom of Manticore against the far larger People s Republic of Haven Manticore remained Haven s superior on the fields of battle because of its robust interstellar trade and Haven s corruption And in case Weber hadn t made it clear he was writing a Horatio Hornblower England v Revolutionary France in space novel, the leader of Haven was Rob S Pierre.But the two nations have found a common enemy after many years of fighting, and are now allied against the Mesan Alignment This cloak and dagger corporation has as its goal the establishment of a genetic caste system throughout as much of the galaxy as possible with...

  8. says:

    Slow to get get going Most of the books by webber have a very short resolution Basically his stories reach the climax and then end a few pages latter This one ended at the climax maybe a paragraph past with no resolution.There were several times I just started skimming whole pages when he was giving unnecessary details about terrorist attacks that did not involve any of the characters There was also a couple of story lines that are seemingly pointless and kind of abandoned I feel like I w Slow to get get going Most of the books by webber have a very short reso...

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    So Many Characters.Seriously, we do not need to have a full name given for Soldier Q Public, who is just going to die on the next page or is already dead By the end, I completely lost track of who s who, except for a very select number of important characters, and couldn t be bothered to care about the names of everyone else As for the plot, it s entirely predictable except perhaps for degree of vileness that the M.A is willing to employ, and that really shouldn t surprise anyone by now So Many Characters.Seriously, we do not need to have a full name given for Soldier Q Public, who is just going to die on the next page or is already dead By the end, I completely lost track of who s who, except for a very select number of important characters, and couldn t be bo...

  10. says:

    David Weber and Eric Flint again show why they are one of the best sci fi writing duos out there Weber does an amazing job creating a galaxy of military science fiction, but his shortcoming was that he stuck way too closely to the analogy of the Napoleonic Wars When his version of France Haven had a revolution, the leader was named ...

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