Heirs of Empire

Heirs of Empire Restoring the empire that had been destroyed years earlier Emperor Colin finds problems in the genocidal Achuultani and in his children Sean and Harriet who have been marooned on a hostile pl

Restoring the empire that had been destroyed 45,000 years earlier, Emperor Colin finds problems in the genocidal Achuultani and in his children Sean and Harriet, who have been marooned on a hostile planet.

Heirs of Empire The Scourwind Legacy by Evan Currie Heirs of Empire has , ratings and reviews Bradley said So I was reading this old style fantasy adventure with the stalwart knight picking up an Heirs of Empire Heirs of Empire is a military science fiction novel by American writer David Weber It is the third novel in the Dahak trilogy, after the de facto duology of Heirs of Empire Scourwind Legacy, book by Evan Currie Heirs of Empire Scourwind Legacy, book by Evan Currie book cover, description, publication history. Heir to the Empire Description Heir to the Empire is part of the Star Wars expanded universe, and takes place five years after the events of Return of the Jedi The Rebel Alliance has Heirs of Empire Dahak, by David Weber Heirs of Empire has , ratings and reviews Stephen said . stars The last installment of one of the best military space opera trilogies I have Heirs of Empire Evan Currie The Scourwind family legacy brought the empire to the height of its power and prosperity and defended it against all enemies Now one man s machinations aim to Heirs of Empire Audiobook Evan Currie Audible Written by Evan Currie, narrated by Deric McNish Download and keep this book for Free with a day Trial. heir of the empire Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks Science Fiction Adventure Space Opera Science Fiction Star Wars Series Fantasy Adventure Fiction True Heirs Of The Empire Lorebook ESO Life ESO Map location and screenshot guide for the True Heirs of the Empire Lorebook Heir to the Empire Wookieepedia FANDOM powered Heir to the Empire is the first entry in The Thrawn Trilogy, written by Timothy Zahn, published by Bantam Spectra in June It takes place in ABY.

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  1. Stephen

    4.5 stars. The last installment of one of the best military/space opera trilogies I have ever read. David Weber does it exactly right in this final installment. The plot is detailed and complex and yet at the same time fast-paced and never boring. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!

  2. Flint

    If you're a fan of the first two books you may or may not like this one. For all intents and purposes the Dahak series ended with the previous novel. Don't get me wrong, all your favorite characters are all here in this installment and they do have their own little story, but the book isn't really about them anymore. It's about their teenage kids who by way of some diabolical plot end up being lost in space with no means to communicate or get home on their small ship. They do however land on an [...]

  3. Alex

    "Heirs of Empire" is the last in the Dahak series but it is obviously a stepping stone to the Safehold series. This book went in a completely unexpected direction and I loved it. In this book, David Weber focuses on the fate of Colin MacIntyre's children who are grown and have been inducted as minor officers on their first cruise. In many ways you see the seeds of "The Shadow of Saganami" (from David Weber's Honor Harrington universe) as young officers are suddenly thrown into responsibilities f [...]

  4. Michael Burnam-Fink

    Unlike fellow Baen superstar John Ringo, David Weber is fundamentally a nice person, and if he isn't the most adept writer, he's good enough for the beach. The Dahak setting plays to the strengths of Weber's 'war of spreadsheets' style, with truly gonzo weapons (That's no moon, that's a battlestation! And there are thousands of them!) In this book, the action calms down as a plot to destroy the reborn Empire of Man strands the heirs of Empire on a planet ruled by anti-technology fundamentalists. [...]

  5. Curtiss

    Emperor Colin the first is the only person in the galaxy ever to stop the genocidal Achuutani, and he went on from there to resurrect a 45,000 year dead empire. But, there's a traitor out to murder first his heirs Sean & Harriet MacIntyre, and then Colin himself and three-quarters of a billion of his subjects.When the fleet's newest flagship is programmed to self-destruct on its maiden voyage with Sean & Harriet aboard, they end up stranded on a theocratic world (the only human-populated [...]

  6. Steven Cole

    As with the rest of Weber's Space Military novels, this one was a blast. The narritive is split, however, between Colin McIntyre's "typical" problems of people trying to usurp his power, and his children's inspired military campaign on a primitive world. This almost makes the story feel like two separate novels, as the effects of the storylines have no impact on each other. (This would be a bad book to read in parallel with other novels! You're already reading two with just this one!)Despite tha [...]

  7. Gwen

    This was a great book. What you cannot tell from the cover or anywhere within the book, however, is that the book is apparently third in a series. Stupid publisher. Now I have to go find the first two books in the series and read them!This book was really great. I loved the characters and the plot. The only thing that would have made this better would have been if the author had split up the book into two or three volumes and provided MORE plot and detail.

  8. Will

    Great story set in the Dahak series. I was a little disappointed with the way the twin's story is resolved.

  9. Scott Holstad

    This book was great until the end, when it left its main story to go to another side story and never got back to the main story, just at a critical time. I was frankly astonished the author would do this. What an ass!When I bought this book, I had read many David Weber books so I knew what to expect. What I didn't know was this is the third book in a trilogy and I hadn't read the first two. However, this book could be viewed as a stand alone book and I felt pretty comfortable with the characters [...]

  10. Mick

    Though the series started out slow this was a great installment. I especially loved the scene changing ending between the security forces and the marines and we moved back and forth and changed perspective on them. Weber's highest tech setting.My only gripe, and I guess you have to this to make it a "human" story, is that with all this technology people still run things like the mass-trans. A man weighs the cargo, enters it into a computer, and adjusts everything and presses a button. This is in [...]

  11. Alex Borghgraef

    Intergalactic intrigue AND high-tech castaways conquering a backwards planet through their knowledge of military history and technologies, how much more Baen can a Baen book get :-D Of course it reminded me of Pournelle's Codominium, War World and Janissaries series, but these have always been a guilty pleasure of mine. Best (and alas last) book in the series. I'd give it 3.5 if I could, but since I can't, 3 will have to do.

  12. Sic Transit Gloria

    This is actually two only slightly related stories in one book. The first is about the character we already know from the first two. Colin and the gang must figure out where a security leak is in their government.le do they know how powerful and ambitious that person is. The second story is about the children of these characters (ages: about 18). A deliberate act of sabotage has stranded them on a planet that's populated, but with a very low tech level. Save, of course, the defense network that [...]

  13. Craig

    I had not read the other books in this series when I picked this up off the shared paperbacks collection at work. I don't think it mattered though because the first couple chapters did a LOT of explaining things. It was so slow and dry I only made it through 72 pages. It just didn't hold my interest.

  14. Emily

    I actually liked this one even more than the first two books. I enjoyed the children's perspectives, especially the girls. I was glad that the kids found fighting difficult. It seemed like the first two books glorified it a bit much for me. I also liked that it shifted from an external threat to an internal one.

  15. Kei

    Ties all sides of the story together quite neatly, and it does end. but it leaves you wanting to know quite a bit more about all of it, and the future of the Empire and the characters you have come to know.

  16. Elden

    I decided to read this book as I wait for David Weber to release in his other series. As this is his first series I can definitely see how they shape the other series. It is still a good one but it ends in a cliff hangar as they never clear up the threat.

  17. Eric Folley

    Better than #2; not as good as #1. I wanted to like this series more but not disappointed that I read it.

  18. _

    I am very glad that I stuck with this series because if I hadn't I would have missed this jewel! I finally got to LIKE some of the characters, and the action scenes were awesome. Weber certainly plays his Mil-Fiction card in this one! The book was almost a three-in-one. You have the snotty-nosed Heirs having their fun in the beginning as part one. Part two is the intrigue and what do we do now portion. Part three is the battle & coming of age story of the new heroes & heroines. You get t [...]

  19. Chris Gager

    I picked this one up some time ago, probably down at the town transfer station. My favorite "bookstore". I'm reading "Madame Bovary " as well but I'm finding that as much as I admire the book's greatness, having read it for the first time not that long ago, the deliberate unfolding of the sordid tale of Emma's downfall(again) is giving me little pleasure. I guess that means I'm not an intellectual reader. I do take it all personally! So rather than continue with the inevitable and sad doings at [...]

  20. Brad

    Heirs of Empire is a frustrating book because it comes close to being great in some regards but fails in others. The biggest weakness is the structure. Weber is really writing two separate stories but clumsily mashes them into one broken up plot. One story is based in Birhat/Earth, the other Pardal. Either story by themselves would make a solid or even a great book but the awkward intermingling is disruptive. The strongest aspects of Heirs are the action and the fast moving plots. Weber does a g [...]

  21. Read Ng

    This book starts a decade after the events of book two. It reads more like Weber had completed his tale in the first two books, then later decided to revisit his Empire universe. I liked this one the best of this three book series. I was most pleased with the technology leap from smooth bore to rifled muskets. It seemed in better keeping with the possibility of “future shock” implications for the warring parties. It reminded me of the Star Trek TOS episode "A Taste of Armageddon". I still di [...]

  22. jmm191

    Although a big Weber fan, I had somehow not read Heirs of Empire. Fixed that recently and enjoyed the book, although it felt more like an exploratory outline for Safehold rather than a continuance of the Dahak series. It is also very similar to Orson Scott Card's Memory of Earth, which was published four years earlier. I must admit I had the other two (or 7 with all the safehold series) books swirling in deep memory as I read this, which was a little disconcerting. But was still very enjoyable.

  23. Andreas

    A human pilot finds out that the moon is in fact a giant warship left there by the mutinous crew that turns out to have originall colonized the Earth. Our hero inherits an age old conflict. The premise is way out there, but these three books are good military science fiction, and a great deal of fun. The series consists of: Mutineers’ Moon The Armageddon Inheritance Heirs of EmpireThe three books have now been republished in the Empire from the Ashes omnibusokssboch/?p=1472

  24. Simeonberesford

    Book three of the Dahak Series. old fashioned space opera. The bad guy engineers the loss of the Heir Apparent and friends then sets about arranging a planetary catastrophe that will allow him to take over. meanwhile on a backwards world the heir and a few other survivors act like space opera heros are supposed to I only read this because I had read the other two the series. Not great writing but enjoyable. the trilogy does avoid repetition each book going in a very different direction.

  25. Andy

    One of my all time favorite science fiction series, the Dahak series came to an untimely end with the conclusion (sort of) of this book.The other reviewers do an excellent job of describing the series. This one, in particular, would make an outstanding movie.The detailed story, the interweaving of past/future tech, the well thought out aliens. Thoroughly love this series, and this one stands head and shoulders above most sci fi that I've read.

  26. Brett

    The finale to this series was nothing like the first two books. Weber completely shifts gears and its hard to even describe this book in relation to the other two; they might as well not be in a series together at all. To be fair, I did enjoy the book, but not as part of this series. It was basically a huge disappointment.

  27. Jon

    Unrelated to anything about this, you can _totally_ feel the bones of the Off Armageddon Reef series. 100%.

  28. Lisa

    I wish the story could have been just a little longer, but then I tend to say that about most of his books. His characters seem like friends and it is so hard to lose contact with them when you want to know "the rest of the story".

  29. Yougo

    I liked it. The characters drew me in, I enjoyed the technology and the basic premise was pretty good. The unbelievable part was the goodness of some of the characters. The benevolent emperor was good enough that he was hard to believe, but nonetheless, an enjoyable read.

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