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MOBI î DOC At All Costs 9781416509110 FREE õ DAVID WEBER ↠ [EPUB] ✷ At All Costs By David Weber – What Price VictoryThe War with the Republic of Haven has resumeddisastrously for the Star Kingdom of Manticore Admiral Lady Dame Honor Harrington has been recalled from the Side SysWhat Price VictoryThe War with the Republic of Haven has resumeddisastrously for the Star Kingdom of Manticore Admiral Lady Dame Honor Harrington has been recalled from the Side System to At All PDFEPUB or command Eighth Fleet Everyone knows Eight Fleet is the Alliance's primary offensive command but wh Interesting book Creative well written and very frustrating Mainly because a lot of the plot developments stemmed from decisions that were out of character for lots of characters in the interest of making things very dramatic but totally unnecessary First the idiotic war that the sane sympathetic extremely intelligent people kept going for no good reason At the very least the last battle should've been turned into a demand for peace talks instead of attempted annihilation Add to that the mix of polygynypolyamoryfeminism that the brilliant solution orchestrated by the clergy that was arranged FOR her Well dramatic it was but I say boooooo to the ending and the romance I get what he was going for both with his unconventional marriage and broadly with his phoenix metaphor for Honor taking her life to ashes so she could emerge stronger but it didn't work Weber would've done better to develop the complications of the outsiders Detweiler Co and bring some resolution to what he introduces about them rather than making the smart honorable characters do crazy things that really don't jive with their characters up to that point Another uibble the reversion to ancient traditional religion There was so much potential to develop a really interesting faith that suited Honor and her beliefs and that potential was just lost Instead we get a 2 page Catholic baptismal recitation Which I have no problems with in real life it just seemed superfluous to the story and that was after all the other religious reversions that fell flatThis book will probably curb my enthusiasm for reading any of the Honorverse even though I've enjoyed all the previous books despite uibbles with the first one too I didn't really expect to have a likable series bookended with both a problematic start and finishOh and she should've ended up with Alistair White Haven Really It would've been interesting and believable for her flame for White Haven to subside and for her to move on especially after all that time and the unworkableness of the relationship Alistair would've been a better match up in many ways and I was sorry that Weber didn't go there

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Tegic balance It's a job which won't be done chaply Honor Harrington must meet her formidable responsibilities with inferior forces even as she copes with tumultous changes in her personal and public lifeThe alternative to victory is total defeat yet this time the cost of victory will be agonizingly high Eleventh in the Honor Harrington military science fiction series and thirty fourth in the Honorverse revolving around two war frontsAnd that title just ain't kiddin' It was all costs in this installment A Grayson style marriage assassinations and deaths from battle I'm still crying over three of 'em birthsit's got 'em all Reverend Sullivan does a nice end run in this onehee hee heeeee The Shadow of Saganami takes place during the action in this one That Oversteegen sure gets aroundAnd the battle to end all battlesbut who has won in the end

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At All CostsAt most of the public doesn't know is that not only are the Star Kingdom and its Allies badly outnumbered by the Republic's new fleet but that the odds are going to get steadily worseEighth Fleet's job is to somehow prevent those odds from crushing the Alliance before the Star Kingdom can regain its stra The story is good and the writing is on par with the other booksBut I cannot overlook what I feel is a complete betrayal of both his characters and his readers Towards the end a group of recurring and main characters are suddenly remarkably stupid and completely contrary to how they have acted in the last TEN books Maybemaybein Weber's mind there really was a reason for Elizabeth's friends advisors to suddenly become imbeciles If there was it should have been in the bookas long as the book was surely something else could have been replaced to make their actions not a complete mockery To me it reads like Weber had a place he wanted the story to go and consistent character behavior be damned Elizabeth and Honor are the only two of the group that seem to retain their true selves in that section