At All Costs by David Weber: a short review

I like this book. But it’s reached the point where the main interest in the central Honor Harrington series is seeing how Weber can find a way to make all these story lines cohere. I’m very afraid he’s lost it.

And the earlier LibraryThing reviewer is right: Harrington is become God, and that’s not good for the story. My best hope is that we’ll find salvation in the offshoots.

This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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