Flag in Exile
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 27th 1995
Pages no: 443
Edition language: English
Series: Honor Harrington (#5)
Warning: There will be spoilers for the previous books. This is an amazing, yet hard book to read. There are a lot of emotions wrapped up in this book. Honor is still recovering from losing Tankersley while forces on Grayson are moving against her. Lives are lost before she and others can figure o...
In some ways, I think this book is just as strong as the first; death-rides meet politics. In others, I really think Harrington's becoming super-human, and it bugs me. Additionally, the Peep characters really gain some depth in this book, but I'm still sad to say that there isn't a lot to redeem the...
The series is back in shape after that horrible Field of Dishonor.
Poor Honor.Enjoyable when the action gets started, but the pages of how depressed Honor is and then everyone saying how great she is, really wears me out.Not to mention the first 40 pages are somewhat repeatitive in terms of infromation.Yet, when the plot gets going, it's intersting. I just wish H...
In a Sentence: Honor, sidelined from her own navy in disgrace for dueling and killing a peer of the realm, retreats to her adopted world of Grayson to find that there are just as many dangerous enemies waiting for her there.Recommended: To anyone who has loved the series so far.Review: Throughout th...