Synopses & Reviews
"Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington" by David Weber: Before she saved the galaxy, she was "Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington," and then an encounter with "pirates" who were more than they seemed began Honor Harrington's Brilliant Career. "Choosing Sides" by David Drake: Lieutenant Huber stepped off the starship into an ambush--but Slammers aren't supposed to get ambushed. Huber can save his career if he survives a suicide mission. "The Island" by Eric Flint: Think General Belisarius was tough? Meet the wife of one of his officers. She is determined to reach her wounded husband--going over the broken bodies of the enemy if necessary.
David Weber's "Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington" tells the tale of her encounter with "pirates" who were more than they seemed. "Choosing Sides" by David Drake follows Lieutenant Huber as he steps off the starship into an ambush. Completing the military sci-fi volume, Eric Flint's "The Island" features the wife of one of General Belisarius's officers who will stop at nothing to get to her wounded husband.
Three masters of military science fiction contribute to this one volume of stories featuring Honor Harrington, Hammer's Slammers, and Belisarius.