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David Weber
David Mark Weber is an American science fiction and fantasy author. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1952. Weber and his wife Sharon live in Greenville, South Carolina with their three children and "a passel of dogs".Previously the owner of a small advertising and public relations agency, Weber... show more



David Mark Weber is an American science fiction and fantasy author. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1952. Weber and his wife Sharon live in Greenville, South Carolina with their three children and "a passel of dogs".Previously the owner of a small advertising and public relations agency, Weber now writes science fiction full time.

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Birth date: October 24, 1952
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PG's Books
PG's Books rated it 2 years ago
It has been a long time since I posted something on this site. I have had quite a few personal problems including being hospitalized for several months. Thus both my book reading and my ability (motivation) to write have been next to non-existent. My Goodreads reading challenge from the beginning of...
SusannaG - Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady
On Basilisk Station is the first Honor Harrington novel (which is a very long-running series at this point, I believe), and is an example of that species of science fiction generally known as "space opera." It's also clearly modeled on the Horatio Hornblower stories (the author's note thanks C.S. ...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 2 years ago
Audiobook.Such a good book! A seemingly run-of-the-mill trip turns into something totally unexpected too where the survivors are left on a planet they know little about. This is about their "March Upcountry" to a space port in enemy hands. The prince, who at first I hated, I ended up liking a lot. H...
traciloudin
traciloudin rated it 2 years ago
For some reason my writer brain intruded constantly throughout my reading of this book. Certainly my reader brain kept me reading, wondering what would happen next, but my writer brain would not shut up. I think part of that is because this is the first military scifi book I've read (ever? surely no...
Maverynthia: Library of the Labyrinth of Blue
This book isn’t good. I was told it was “Space Opera” but this is more like “Military Space Adventure”. Think Star Trek but with more guns death and jargon.Did I mention the jargon. If you aren’t into the military, or care about how big people’s guns are then this book will loose you quick with it’s...
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