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Changer of Worlds
It is part of the Honorverse #10.5, Honor Harrington #9.5, series and is a military science fiction in Paperback edition that was published by Baen Books on February 1, 2002 and has 469 pages.
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Other books in this series include Worlds of Honor, Fire Season, Worlds of Weber: Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington and Other Stories, Beginnings, Treecat Wars
Other books by this author which I have reviewed include Mission of Honor, Insurrection, Worlds of Honor, Empire from the Ashes, Torch of Freedom, Hell’s Gate, Hell Hath No Fury, In Fire Forged, In Fury Born, Off Armageddon Reef, By Schism Rent Asunder, Mission of Honor, By Heresies Distressed, A Rising Thunder, A Mighty Fortress, How Firm a Foundation, Fire Season, Midst Toil and Tribulation, Shadow of Freedom, House of Steel, Worlds of Weber: Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington and Other Stories, Beginnings, Like a Mighty Army, Cauldron of Ghosts, Treecat Wars, A Call to Duty, Hell's Foundations Quiver, At the Sign of Triumph, Burdens of the Dead
Four short stories in the Honorverse military science fiction series.
Worlds of Honor, 3 (Anthology)
Chronological Placement within the Honorverse
“Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington” (Honor Harrington, 0.5)
“Changer of Worlds” (Honor Harrington, 6.5)
“From the Highlands” (Honor Harrington, 9.5)
“Nightfall” (Honor Harrington, 8.5??)
“Ms. Midshipwoman Harrington” (also in Worlds of Weber) is Honor’s snotty cruise on board War Maiden with Captain Bachfiisch where she first encounters Elvis Santino.
“Changer of Worlds” provides background on Nimitz and Samantha’s visit to his Bright Water clan on Sphinx which sets in motion the emigration of the treecats. The action occurs after the kits are born and before they all head back to Grayson.
“From the Highlands” provides the background on young Helen Zilwicki’s kidnapping in Chicago, the adoption of Berry and Lars, and Anton Zilwicki’s taking up with Cathy, the Countess of Tor, and the Anti-Slavery League after providing both Cathy and Jeremy X with proof of Manticoran involvement in Manpower.
Victor Cachat hooks up with Kevin and Ginny Usher. And Admiral Parnell, late of the prison break engineered by Honor, is arriving in Sol to testify against the Peeps.
“Nightfall” is a non-essential story that summarizes what has been written elsewhere in which Esther McQueen attempts her coup, gets Rob Pierre killed, and the Octagon blown up with Saint-Just left in charge.