By David Weber
The most well liked army technology fiction sequence of all time keeps with a set of stories by way of New York Times bestselling authors Timothy Zahn, Charles E. Gannon, David Weber and more. Set in Weber’s Honor Harrington Series.
The most well-liked army technology fiction sequence of all time maintains. The undertaking: to boldly discover David Weber’s Honorverse; to bring the entire motion, braveness, derring-do, and pulse-pounding pleasure of area naval experience with stories set in an international touched by means of the greatness of 1 epic heroine: Honor Harrington. This 6th quantity within the renowned Worlds of Honor sequence comprises tales by way of 1635: Papal Stakes coauthor and top vendor Charles E. Gannon, New York Times bestseller and Star Wars phenomenon, Timothy Zahn, and Joelle Presby. It’s rounded out with an all-new David-Weber-authored novella that includes a tender Manticoran Royal army commander who is going by way of the identify Harrington.
About David Weber and the glory Harrington series:
“. . .everything you may wish in a heroine….excellent…plenty of action.”—Science Fiction Age
“Brilliant! extraordinary! Brilliant!”—Anne McCaffrey
“Compelling wrestle mixed with attractive characters for an excellent house opera adventure.”—Locus
“Weber combines sensible, attractive characters with clever technological projection. . .Fans of this venerable house opera will celebrate. . .”—Publishers Weekly
Worlds of Honor Anthologies:
More Than Honor
Worlds of Honor
Changer of Worlds
Service of the Sword
In fireplace Forged
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I will not speak about it. ” “I see. ” Mwo-chi thought of him for a second, and her nostrils flared. “I'll possibility a bet, though,” she stated. “I'll wager you it wasn't within the arms of any standard army strength, was once it? ” “No. No, it wasn't. ” Alfred frowned, and Mwo-chi chuckled harshly. “Of path now not, and never simply because it really is outlawed by way of the Deneb Accords, both. such as you simply acknowledged, it is not very potent at any form of variety. At shut variety, yes. anyone it does not kill outright will surely be incapacitated and—what's that time period you uniformed humans use? ‘Combat ineffective,' is not it? ” “Yes. ” Alfred's voice used to be flat, and Mwo-chi shook her head speedy. “That wasn't a slam at you, Alfred,” she stated virtually lightly. “Or at any of your humans. yet even if deadly it can be at shut diversity opposed to unarmored rivals, it is a lot much less . . . versatile than an old style chemical-powered attack rifle, some distance much less a pulse rifle or a tribarrel. ” “The crew-served version's bought extra range,” Alfred stated grimly. “I've obvious certainly one of them take a person down at 300 meters. yet you are right—by the time you may get that sort of diversity out of it, you are conversing approximately anything part back the scale of a heavy tribarrel that'll kill a battle-armored infantryman at ten occasions that variety, with an power signature a blind guy could not leave out. that is why i have by no means been capable of determine why an individual endured with its improvement lengthy sufficient to show it into even a realistic close-range weapon. ” “That's since it wasn't initially built as a weapon in any respect. ” Mwo-chi's voice used to be as grim as Alfred's have been. He regarded again up from the neural disruptor in shock, and he or she shook her head. “It was once built from anything referred to as a neural whip . . . on Mesa. ” Alfred's eyes narrowed, and she or he nodded. “By Manpower. i have one of many damned issues round the following, and i'm going to convey you my notes on its improvement historical past later, yet essentially they sought after a good self-discipline instrument, they usually obtained one. After they would learned how powerful it used to be in that function, they begun thinking about the way it could paintings as a ranged ‘crowd regulate' weapon. ” She bared her tooth mirthlessly. “Give each one slave a dose or of the whip after which kill a few them in entrance of the others with the disruptor. a few kinds of loss of life are worse than others, and that i think a number of humans who'd be keen to probability a pulser dart or a blade may imagine or 3 times sooner than difficult a neural disruptor. specially if she knew it was once going to be set on zone impact and that everybody inside of ten or twelve meters of her could undergo the very same factor she might. ” Alfred's jaw tightened challenging as items snapped into position. Clematis hovered behind his brain once again, grotesque with smoke and screams . . . and knowing. She's correct, a tiny voice advised him. She's precisely correct approximately how humans may react. If i might identified, guessed, they would had these damned issues watching for us, i would by no means have— He reduce the concept off ruthlessly. It was once not easy, yet he controlled, and drew a deep breath, swelling his lungs with oxygen.