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Moves as inexorably as the Star Kingdom’s Grand Fleet commanded by series protagonist Honor Harrington Weber is the Tom Clancy of science fiction His fans will relish this latest installment ” Publishers Weekly “This entry is just as exciting as Weber’s initial offering The result is a fast paced and action packed story that follows our characters as they move from reaction to command of the situation Weber builds  Shadow of Freedom to an exciting and unexpected climax” Daily News of Galveston “Weber combines realistic engaging characters with intelligent technological projection and a deep understanding of military bureaucracy in this long awaited Honor Harrington novelFans of this venerable space opera will rejoice to see Honor back in action”– Publishers Weekly “This latest Honor Harrington novel brings the saga to another crucial turning pointReaders may feel confident that they will be Honored many times and enjoy it every time”– Booklist  “everything you could want in a heroine Excellent plenty of action”– Science Fiction Age “Brilliant Brilliant Brilliant”–Anne McCaffrey “Compelling combat combined with engaging characters for a great space opera adventure”– Locus “Weber combines realistic engaging characters with intelligent technological projection Fans of this venerable space opera will rejoice ”– Publishers WeeklyAbout Jacob Holo An entertaining sci fi action novel with light overtones of dystopian and political thrillers Kirkus on  The Dragons of Jupiter Thrilling sci fi adventure Kirkus on Time Reaver A cracking good time travel adventure but chock full of characters I began to forget as soon as I finished it This was odd to me but usually Weber has characters that you care about and want to see not just kicking tail but have a happy ending as well I got all that here but it just felt forced for some reason After I put the book down I realized a few hours later I couldn t recall last names and even got Raibert s name wrong when I first started working on this reviewThat made me trash the original and type this The time travel explanations and why the timestream is knotted were uite good and it s obvious that a lot of thought went into them That kept me interested throughout the story and even drew me in enough that I looked up to discover it was 1 am a couple days ago and I had read for nearly three hours straight If you re a serious Weber or Holo fan this is the book for you It s still a good tale but I wouldn t put it on a top ten to read listFind it Buy it Read it

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The Gordian Protocol

NEW STANDALONE NOVEL FROM  NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING AUTHOR OF THE HONOR HARRINGTON SERIES DAVID WEBER A Man of Two Worlds   Doctor Benjamin Schröder was far from a man of action In fact he was a history teacher Chairman of the Castle Rock University history department and if his life wasn't perfect it was close Until that is the discussion of his star student Elzbietá Abramowski's dissertation on Operation Yellow Brick the Pacific Allies' invasion of Vladivostok staged through occupied Japan to meet their Imperial German allies was brutally interrupted  The psychotic episode that turned his entire world upside down struck with absolutely no warning and it was terrifying than anything he should have been able to imagine leaving him with a complete incredibly detailed set of false nightmare memories Not just of his own life but of an entire ghastly world in which Operation Yellow Brick had never happened In which millions of helpless civilians had been systematically slaughtered in extermination camps that were horrific beyond belief In which there was still a Soviet Union In which the Chinese Communists had succeeded the Korean Peninsula had been permanently divided thousands of nuclear warheads had spread their deadly threat across the entire Earth and the Middle East was a festering sore of bloodshed fanaticism and terrorism The knowledge that those false memories had come from somewhere inside his own psyche was terrible but with the help of Commander Abramowski a highly decorated Navy fighter pilot who’d been forced to deal with her own PTSD after cri Great promise which turned out to be a bust essentially a time patrol kind of adventure lacking any depth and with the suspension of disbelief flying off the window fairly soon just as a simple example it is mentioned how the leader of the time patrol in the crooked universe the one that created a temporal knot that must be unraveled to prevent the destruction of 15 other universes at the cost of course of destroying this one so obviously said time patrol leader is opposed to the main heroes goes back in time to spy on his rivals so nobody in the local power structure dares confront him which shows he can time travel to his immediate past in his universe and come back but 1 he doesn t think to go back in time and prevent the good guysTM escaping his prison with their secret tech yes he doesn t know about it when the good guys chrono vehicle appears in his universe but he knows it when they escape so for example why not just go a few days back in time and tell himself to shoot them on sight and 2 when he tries to ambush the 21th century hero of the blurb to prevent the good guys using his knowledge and is thwarted why not go a few days in the past and simply kill him and so on and so forth Some humor saves it from being a complete disaster but I would strongly recommend staying away from this

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Ppling combat wounds invalided her out of service he’s put his life back together With Elzbietá's support he's learned to deal with the nightmares to recognize that they are  onlynightmares that can't and won't be permitted to rule his life Until that is a lunatic named Raibert Kaminski knocks on his door one afternoon with an impossible and horrifying story about alternate realities time travel temporal knots and than a dozen doomed universes which must inevitably die if the temporal storm front rushing towards the distant future isn't stopped He has to be lying of course Or completely insane But what if he's not a madman after all What if he's actually telling the  truth That possibility is the most terrifying thing of all Because if he is the false memories aren't false after all and that other world is just as real as the one Schröder has always known And if that's true Benjamin Schröder is about to become the greatest mass murderer in human history because he has to  choose Whether he acts or refuses to act Benjamin Schröder is the one man who will decide which universe lives and which dies along with every star system every galaxy and every single human being in it Including the woman he's discovered he loves than life itselfAbout David Weber “a balanced mix of interstellar intrigue counterespionage and epic fleet actionwith all the hard and software details and tactical proficiency that Weber delivers like no one else; along with a large cast of well developed believable characters giving each clash of fleets emotional weight” Booklist “ Very good I look forward to the rest of this series


10 thoughts on “The Gordian Protocol

  1. says:

    I grew up loving Weber books I've reread the early Honor Harrington books numerous times I loved the Bazel books I devoured the sadly incomplete empire of man novels I think at this point it's pretty clear that Weber is prone to ranting about modern politics and lacks an editor who will rein him inI was told this was a time travel book I enjoy standalones I thought that maybe having a co writer would rein in We

  2. says:

    This was so horrible I stopped reading after 15 minutes and deleted it

  3. says:

    Great promise which turned out to be a bust essentially a time patrol kind of adventure lacking any depth and with the suspension of disbelief flying off the window fairly soon just as a simple example it is mentioned how the leader of the time patrol in the crooked universe the one that created a temporal knot that must be unraveled to prevent the destruction of 15 other universes at the cost of course of destroying this one so obviously s

  4. says:

    Very good I look forward to the rest of this series

  5. says:

    David Weber had gone from one of the best Science Fiction writers to one of the worst hacks to ever write His l

  6. says:

    Read this due to the alternate history aspect Turned out it was hopelessly over written time patrol military sf full of logical fallacies technobabble etc Only finished because I was hoping to read a clear description of the historical diver

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    Review of Gordian Protocol by David WeberFor those who are impatient my opinion is that Gordian Protocol is the best time travel novel since the Pliocene Exiles novels by Julian May If that's all you wanted to know go read itSPOILERS AHEADDon't read on if you don't want spoilers I'll try not to disclose the plot and story details

  8. says:

    I must admit I was hesitant to read this book Time travel and multi universe novels are not my favorite types of science fiction In the past the only author who has written time travel science fiction that I really liked was the great Keith Laumer That being said I decided to read this because it was co author

  9. says:

    A cracking good time travel adventure but chock full of characters I began to forget as soon as I finished it This was odd to me but usually Weber has characters that you care about and want to see not just kicking tail but have a happy ending as well I got all that here but it just felt forced for some reason After I put the book down I realized a few hours later I couldn't recall last names and even got Raibert's name wrong wh

  10. says:

    Let's start by explaining the technology of time travel as used in this series the characters are traveling to the Crack of Doom to destroy t