Yet another in Weber's awesome space/Horatio Hornblower series. This is one of my favorites, and also one of the hardest ones to read.
Once again, Weber captures perfectly the seething uncertainty of the French Revolution while at the same time making applicable to today as well. The characters are wonderful, extremely interesting while at the same time so very human. They have depth, particularly the ones we've followed since the beginning. The plot is interesting as we see Honor finally reach a point where even she can't escape and the major thorn in Haven's side is delivered into State Security's hands. Also we get to see much more concerning treecats, which is always a plus.
WHY MUST HE KEEP KILLING THE CHARACTERS I LOVE! Still, he does a wonderful job on this book and I have very little to be unhappy with.
If you like the series, read this! If you've never heard of Honor Harrington or David Weber, go find a copy of On Basilisk Station.