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Flag in Exile, David Weber (Baen Books, 1995 {Brilliance Audio, Narrator: Allysson Johnson)

Flag in Exile is David Weber’s fifth book in the Honor Harrington series and focuses on the ramifications of her actions at the end of the last book, while simultaneously building more into the political and social background of the ‘Honorverse.’ It is an enjoyable read to anyone who likes the Honor Harrington series, but would likely prove unsatisfying to anyone who was not already a fan. Continue reading

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Strings on a Shadow Puppet, reviews, interviews and trailer views

A review, two interviews and a book trailer for Strings on a Shadow Puppet, the exciting spy-space opera by T. L. Evans Continue reading

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Fire with Fire, Charles E. Gannon (Baen, 2013)

Fire with Fire is the first in what promises to be an exciting new series by Charles E. Gannon. A cross genre book that combines elements of Spy Thriller and Space Opera, the book comes down more on the Sci-Fi side of things, but makes for a good adventure story. Continue reading

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Happy 3rd Birthday to the Archaeologist’s Guide to the Galaxy!

Today I celebrate the third Anniversary of this blog![1]  This year saw a continued increase in readership, and as with last year, I thought I’d do a quick breakdown of the most popular posts. First, however, I thought it only … Continue reading

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Field of Dishonor, David Weber (Baen, 2002 {Brilliance Audio, Narrator: Allysson Johnson})

Field of Dishonor is David Weber’s fourth volume in his Honor Harrington series, and while it has no space battles in it, it builds the politics of Manticore and Honor’s personal life, which are obviously intertwined. Thus, while this is a must read to anyone who enjoys the series, it is most likely a do not bother if one is luke warm towards it. Continue reading

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The Problem with Military Science Fiction Part 2: or why archaeologists get so bent up about taxonomy…

The Problem with Military Science Fiction Part 2: or why archaeologists get so bent up about taxonomy…
Tom blabs on about more reasons that MilFic gets such a bad rep…
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On Basilisk Station, David Weber (Baen Books, 1993)

On Basilisk Station by David Weber, is the novel which introduced the world to Honor Harrington. It is not his best work, nor the best book in the series, but it does introduce one of the most iconic figures in MilFic and the world she lives in. For more, go to http://www.sophyanempire.wordpress.com Continue reading

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