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Honor of the Clan
by John Ringo and Julie Cochrane
Publisher: Baen Books

The Posleen War Rages On — Undercover!

Clan O'Neal Battles for the Right—And With Each Other!

The Indowy "Bane Sidhe" conspiracy has grown strong, and the cunning and resourceful Darhel—tacit rulers of the Galactic Federation—have decided that the time has come to wipe that threat from the stars forever.  What the Darhel don't know is that humans have joined the rebellion—led by thief and assassin extraordinaire, Cally O'Neal.  Now Cally is set to destroy a web of alien deceit millennia in the making.  Only one obstacle lies in her path:  the renowned warrior who stood tall and saved Earth from utter destruction during its first invasion by alien hordes—a legend who also happens to be Cally's father!

Multiple New York Times best-selling John Ringo's "Posleen War" saga continues as beautiful assassin Cally O'Neil returns for a third appearance in a gripping interplanetary thriller co-authored by Ringo and best-selling Cally's War collaborator, Julie Cochrane.

"[F]ast-paced military sf peopled with three-dimensional characters and spiced with personal drama as well as tactical finesse"— Library Journal on John Ringo's "Posleen War" saga.

"[V]ivid, strong, and distinct."— Audiofile on John Ringo and Julie Cochrane's New York Times best-selling Cally's War.

Published 1/1/2009
SKU: 1416555919
Ebook Price: $6.99 
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1. Brenda on 12/22/2013, said:

GENIUS SF :) JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH :)
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2. Clyde on 1/9/2012, said:

I agree with Stan, it is all about the journey. This book as with all the other books in the series is great.
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3. Stan on 5/15/2011, said:

A great book and another part of a great story! I noticed that some readers are carping about closure. The cool thing about a series is that closure will come, but not for a while. The fun thing about a journey is the trip, not the destination.
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4. Shawn on 5/30/2009, said:

I have to say that I didn't expect this level of dreck from Ringo. His writing has been more than outstanding in the past, and then in this book, it seems that he stumbles and falls right on his face. The biggest trip that he makes is at the end. He indulges himself in what I call Kurtzitis, made popular by Katherine Kurtz. Once he has written a bit and got the readers attached to the characters (and he has done this), he starts messing around, and writes several books with them where nothing actually gets closure, and nothing ever ends on a positive note - for anyone. It drags you into buying more books, just hoping that these really neat characters you have a connection to might actually win out - but of course, until possibly the last book, they never do. Occasionally, this is ok, in the middle of a large series, but it shouldn't be the norm. This book has that in spades. Separately, in this book we are beat over the head with the fact that Mike O'Neal, Jr. is going to meet up with Clan O'Neal. Foreshadowed all through the book. And then the author breaks faith with the reader and does a basic cop-out play. Mr. Ringo, you have so many successful books out there. Worry about the story rather than trying to wring the last penny out of your readers. I've given up on the Posleen series, and if this trick gets pulled again, I'm going to walk away from the rest of your series.
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5. Stephen on 4/18/2009, said:

Clearly the first of several books. Much better than the previous Cally ONeil book
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6. harry on 1/11/2009, said:

disappointing, not no where near as good as the others
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7. Mark on 1/6/2009, said:

Uneven. The end of Sister Time implied a different direction. In fact the authors are forced to acknowledge this at the begining with the exchange with words to the effect "I thought Michelle was going to take care of it" " "She said she would try". Iron Mike is not himself and (avoiding a major plot development/twist) he bumbles through the book with the curiosity of a snail. Glad I didn't by the EARC and paid only $6.00.
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8. Richard on 1/4/2009, said:

A good book overall. I agree with others that this is not the best book in the series, and I would like to get back to the main story. However, this book did catch my interest fairly quickly and kept it throughout. The ending did seem a little . . . bare. It's as if the book was calling out and saying "Same bat time, same bat channel" getting us ready for the next installment.
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9. Mark on 1/2/2009, said:

Worst book I have read from Mr Ringo and Co. Plot was disjointed and barely there. The last two to three chapters were the best part which were what Mr Ringo does best, military action with the ACS.
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10. Doug on 12/30/2008, said:

Good stuff! Not quite as good as Sister time but otherwise good. Bounced around a lot I agree, which took a bit to get used to. Like to see the continuity changes improved in later works. Moves the story along, some interesting twists... one that I hated but, maybe a way out of it later on. Have to wait for the next book.
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