It is primarily his military science fiction I have read and like. This is a collection of articles I have written on this blog (Cybermage.se) and some random thoughts. If you are looking for a more in-depth and complete page about David Weber you have to go to Wikipedia or such, see the Links section at the end of this.
Honor Harrington is also one of my favorites. I resisted starting the series for a long time before I read On Basilisk Station and was hooked.
- On Basilisk Station (Free Online at Baen)
- The Honor of the Queen (Free Online at Baen)
- The Short Victorious War
- Field of Dishonor
- Flag in Exile
- Honor Among Enemies
- In Enemy Hands
- Echoes of Honor
- Ashes of Victory
- War of Honor
- At All Costs
- Mission of Honor
Torch/Wages of Sin (Honorverse subseries with Eric Flint)
Cloak and Daggery, Genetic slavery and the Aligment(Mesa/Manpower) conspiracy is the focus of this Honorverse subseries.
Saganami (Honorverse subseries)
The series so far has been mainly about Michelle Henke
The kill-all-competition-specie Gaba have exterminated most of the human race. The last chance for humanity lies in hiding. So they flee and hide on a planet they call Safehold and create a rigid society that prohibits all technology more advanced than water and muscles. But something goes wrong part of the leadership set themselves up as Angels and they don’t want any change. But others have taken precautions one of them is a long dead woman, Nimue in a cybernetic body who wakes up after more than 800 years with a mission to restore civilization to Safehold.
Awsome space opera. I have read those books many times. Epic!
- Mutineer’s Moon (Free Online at Baen)
- The Armageddon Inheritance
- Heirs to the Empire
There is an omnibus version out Empire from the Ashes
1632 – Ring of Fire – Assiti Shards (with Eric Flint)
Written with Eric Flint in his 1632 universe(A conteporary american town – Grantville is shifted in time to 1632’s thirty-years-war Europe).
Starfire (with Steve White)
I got the whole series and will eventually write about it here. Slightly less personification but more military than David Webers usually is.
Empire of Man (with John Ringo)
The prince Roger series is an excellent collaboration between David Weber and John Ringo and is one of my favorites. I often go back and reread it.
- March Upcountry (Free Online at Baen)
- March to the Sea (Free Online at Baen)
- March to the Stars
- We few
- More than Honor (Honorverse)
- Worlds of Honor (Honorverse)
- Changer of Worlds (Honorverse) (Free Online at Baen)
- The Service of the Sword (Honorverse)
- Worlds of Weber (stories from different universes) part 1, part 2
Stand alone Novels
- Path of the Fury and its expanded version In Fury Born are also a personal favorite. I have reread them many times.