THE CURRENTS OF THE ENERGIES OF RAW CREATION: TIME, SPACE, GRAVITY & MAGIC. “Tell us about your theory of magic.” Narissa takes a deep breath. “All things exist as potentialities before they become matter. Magic harnesses the energies of those potentialities to create a desired effect. But each time there is a choice to be […]Read more "Airts – Toy Soldier Saga"
Dec 2 at 10:31am ANNOUNCING: New Patron Benefits & a Special Offer! Happy December! I have some great news that I’m really excited about. I’ve done a revamp of some of my Patreon reward tiers, which includes a Special Offer & exciting benefits! First, I’ve eliminated the tiers that nobody was taking. But I’ve made […]Read more "ANNOUNCING: New Patron Benefits & a Special Offer!"
This book got a lot of mixed reviews. Whether or not people liked it usually depended on where they came from when they read it. I think this will give me an opportunity to talk about a couple of related subjects that have broader implications than the book, if you’ll indulge me. For those who […]Read more "Book Review: War Dogs by Greg Bear"
Cauldron of Ghosts by David Weber My rating: 5 of 5 stars I really enjoy this series. When Weber and Eric Flint get together, they are better than the sum of their parts. Victor Cachat and Anton Zilwicki are best appreciated as a superspy buddy comedy, something like Lethal Weapon with spies in space. This […]Read more "Book Review: Cauldron of Ghosts by David Weber & Eric Flint"
Shadow of Victory by David Weber My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book is not about Honor Harrington. It’s not about Aivars Terekhov. It’s not even about Mike Henke or either of the series’ Zilwickis. This book is about Sinead Terekhov. It’s about Grezegorz Zielinski and Tomasz Szponder. It’s about Adam Siml and Zdenek […]Read more "Book Review: Shadow of Victory by David Weber"
I’m re-reading the last ten books in the Honorverse space opera series by David Weber in true chronological order. That is to say, I am reading it all as if it were one big story, not several separate books, in the order in which the events described took place (as much as possible.) I will […]Read more "A True Chronological Reading of the Last 10 Honorverse Books, Part 5 @DavidWeberBooks"