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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author David Weber invites David Drake and S.M. Stirling, two of today's top writers of military science fiction, to join him in an exploration of Honor Harrington's universe. This universe is brought to vivid life by narrators Victor Bevine, Khristine Hvam, and L.J. Ganser.

Please note: This audiobook contains 3 short stories and an appendix:

"A Beautiful Friendship"
"A Grand Tour"
"A Whiff of Grapeshot"
"The Universe of Honor Harrington"

©1998 David Weber (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Honor Harrington Universe Book 8

If you are reading this, then you are completely hooked on Honor Harrington Universe.

This book is a first collection of short stories and should be listened after "In Enemy Hands".

This audiobook contains 3 short stories and an appendix:


______________________"A Beautiful Friendship"_________________________
This is a story of the first treecat adoption.
Do you remember Honor's story about "missing celery"?
Later this short story was turned into spin off series for teenage readers: Star Kingdom series
It was very interesting.

__________________________"A Grand Tour"____________________________
This is completely of the board short story involving some naval action some interesting native artefacts, left by prehuman spacefareres.
It was written by David Drake, so it has the same feeling as RCN Book Series about
Daniel Leary the lieutenant in the Republic of Cinnabar Navy
( actually it's pretty interesting series too, if you like this short story you should check the series, but keep in mind that I rated this short short story only 3* but the series has solid 4*)


_________________________"A Whiff of Grapeshot"________________________
A Story by S.M.Stirling. The events take place during one of the coup d'etat attempts.
in my opinion this story is a waste of your time.


_____________________"The Universe of Honor Harrington"___________________
Well, If you haven't learned anything about main planets, legal systems,history of space exploration, economics of the main players, then do not despair.

This is your chance to confirm everything you think you already know about Honor Harrington Universe.


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Attention!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Achtung!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Attencion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

____________________________NEXT BOOK iS___________________________

Worlds of Honor: Worlds of Honor Anthologies book 2

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Learn more about the time and place of Honor.

I must admit I am hooked on the Honor Harrington series. The Honor-universe series gives us more insight into the times and history than could be provided in the original series. This book is a collection of three short stories. The first is about young Stephanie Harrington and the first encounter with the tree cats. This is also covered in the youth series about Stephanie, which adults will also enjoy. The second covers archeology about early space travel to Manticore. The third book covers the history of the engineering developments of space travel and the discoveries that allow for hyperspace travel. You really must enjoy science and technical information for this story. It also covers the Winton family and it's rise to power of the Manticore system. The three narrators, Victor Bevine, L. J. Ganser and Khristine Hvam did a good job reading the stories. Looking forward to more in this series.

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The perfect back story

Confession: I'm an Honorverse fan. If you'r reading this, chances are you are too. This is not the first book I would recommend to someone I'm trying to introduce to the Honorverse. It is however a GREAT companion to the first several Honor books. We hear the back story to Honor's distant relative who settled on Sphinx. We also get a primer on the physics and math behind the methods of travel used in the books. In short, if you're already a fan of Honorverse books - this is a great book that will fill in many of the holes in the back story. The performance, is as good as the writing, but in spots can drag.

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some more background

This book gives you the listener some more background information on the space in which Honor lives.

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interesting

Last of the three books was the best story, going into the development of FTL travel. I do wish the author had continued with the first book.

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A little up, a little down, a lot in the midfle.

The lead novella, the first tree cat bonding, was outstanding. The short story of DeQueen's saving of Haven from the Leveller's uprising filled in that gap. The final story was very informative. The David Drake short story was very Daniel Leary in style and narration.

Over all the book had its ups, and its downs. So, three stars.

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Reminds me of history class

This is a good book for anyone who plans to write within the Honorverse theme. It's not so great as a relaxing sci-fi read.

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Skip this one

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 interesting. Last section was a bunch of dry data that I thought was pretty interesting and is why this book gets two stars instead of one star. I highly recommend skipping this one.

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just not enough content for an audio book...

2 of these togethwr may be an enjoyable audio book. its a waste of a credit for 3 short stories and an appendix

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A nice compilations of Honorverse stuff

While some of the stories or info presented here is new, much of it comes from other sources as well. Having said that it is a nice anthology and is read well.