By David Weber
Honor Harrington has confronted ship-to-ship strive against, assassins, political vendettas, and duals. She's been shot at, shot down, and simply simple shot, had starships blown out from less than her, and made own enemies who will do whatever to break her, and she's survived all of it. yet this time the People's Republic of Haven has ultimately discovered an admiral who can win battles, and Honor's orders take her instantly into an ambush. Outnumbered and outgunned, she has jut suggestions: see the folks less than her command slaughtered in hopeless battle...or give up them--and herself--to the Peeps.
At least the Peoples military offers to regard its prisoners honorbly. however the army is overruled via the politicians, and Honor unearths herself aboard a Peep battlecruiser, certain for a prision planet aptly named "Hell."..and her scheduled execution.
Put into solitary confinement, separated from her officials and her treecat Nimitz... and subjected to systematic humiliation via her goalers, her destiny has develop into either bleak and brief. but the only lesson Honor Harrington hasn't ever discovered is how one can provide up.
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Yet whilst he proposal that, one other small a part of him questioned if probably she might were as flawed to worry that as he most popular to imagine. He'd by no means performed something of the kind sooner than, and he'd continuously believed there has been no likelihood he ever could, for he'd despised somebody, person, who tried to use his or her place that manner. but he additionally needed to admit that he'd by no means felt something relatively like . . . like no matter what it used to be he'd felt that evening. And, he admitted guiltily, you are not relatively the saint you want your admiring public to think, now are you, Hamish? He closed his eyes and inhaled deeply. He enjoyed his spouse. He'd enjoyed her because the day he met her, and he would like her until the day he died, and she or he knew it. yet she additionally knew, even if they would by no means mentioned it, that he'd had a couple of affair because the freak coincidence positioned her in her life-support chair. there has been no way—could by no means be one, ever again—the of them might get pleasure from a actual dating. either one of them knew that, and so Emily regarded the opposite direction every time one in every of his infrequent affairs blossomed. She knew they have been purely transitority, that his occasional enthusiasts have been all ladies he cherished and depended on yet didn't love—not as he enjoyed and might regularly love her. She was once the single to whom he constantly back, for they shared every thing however the one kind of intimacy they'd misplaced eternally. He knew that it harm her, much less simply because he used to be being "unfaithful" than since it reminded her of what she'd misplaced, and that his "infidelity" may reason her nice soreness if it ever grew to become public, and so he used to be constantly circumspect . . . and regularly cautious to prevent any dating which may ever turn into greater than friendship. yet now he used to be now not definite of himself, and that damage deep down inside of, the place his trust in himself, his skill to belief himself, lived. He'd by no means felt whatever like that surprising, hovering second whilst he checked out Honor Harrington and observed no longer basically an officer yet a lady he'd by no means really checked out ahead of. It wasn't simply that she was once appealing, even though she definitely used to be, in her personal unique, sharply carved manner. He'd misplaced tune of the lovely women—and men—he'd visible in a society during which biosculpt had turn into as universal as teeth-straightening braces have been in pre-space days, and even if mere actual attractiveness may nonetheless allure his eye, it was once now not in a position to seizing his options through the throat this fashion. No, he was once responding to anything some distance deeper, a few elemental a part of her that known as to whatever deep within him. apart from the occasional handshake or a slightly on a shoulder or an elbow, he'd by no means even touched her, but that anything within had roused for her because it by no means had for any of the ladies who'd been his enthusiasts, and that scared him. It used to be something to show to a different for the actual intimacy he may perhaps now not supply Emily or obtain from her; it was once one other factor entirely—a darkish, scary thing—to suppose so strongly interested in one other lady. and particularly to 1 who was once not just part his personal age yet one among his subordinate officials.