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Lesley M’s last login was Thursday, April 25, 2013.
How much does an e-book cost?
There's still the other books in the Honor-verse which are good reads too.
Honor Harrington Universe
Crown of Slaves (2003) (with Eric Flint)
The Shadow of Saganami (2004)
Storm from the Shadows (2009)
Torch of Freedom (2009) (with Eric Flint)
I've heard of them but haven't read Forester or O'Brian as I tend to stick with Fantasy/Sci-Fi because I like the settings better but I really do enjoy Webber's brand of Military Sci-Fi and it's cool that he's building on the tradition of what came before. Plus Honor kicks some butt. hehe. In his Honorverse there's a good mix of action, mil-speak and socio-political content to keep me engrossed without getting bored.
In general I buy most of the stuff that Baen Books publishes.
Hmm, I have William's first two "Otherland" novels, but I really couldn't get into the first one too much. Maybe I'll give it another try.
I have Stephenson's "Anathem" and have read about a third but have put it to the side as I've continued other series as they have come out.
I've wondered what those Priest books were, I'll have to check it out now.
Not a big fan of the vampire/werewolf genre stuff especially set in the modern day. That's why I like Butcher's fantasy series "The Codex Alera" but wasn't interested in his "Dresden Files" work.
Thanks for the thoughts/recommendations!