Mar 08, 2021
Honor Bound
Posted by Keith R.A. DeCandido

The Order of the Bat leth founded after Kahless s ascension to Sto Vo Kor, the Order was tasked with rooting out dishonorable behavior and spreading the word of Kahless to the Klingon people In the subsequent millennium, the Order has become ceremonial, but now Chancellor Martok has called the Order back to its original function to preserve the cause of honThe Order of the Bat leth founded after Kahless s ascension to Sto Vo Kor, the Order was tasked with rooting out dishonorable behavior and spreading the word of Kahless to the Klingon people In the subsequent millennium, the Order has become ceremonial, but now Chancellor Martok has called the Order back to its original function to preserve the cause of honor.Book TwoCaptain Klag of the I.K.S Gorkon the newest inductee into the Order has given his word to the Children of San Tarah that the Klingon Empire will leave them in peace But Klag s old rival General Talak has ordered him to go back on his word and aid Talak in conquering the San Tarah s world Now Klag must stand against his fellow Klingons but will even his fellow members of the Order of the Bat leth, not to mention his own crew, follow him into disobedience Or will they betray him to Talak The crew of the Gorkon faces its greatest trial in a glorious adventure that will be remembered in song and story throughout the Empire

  • Title: Honor Bound
  • Author: Keith R.A. DeCandido
  • ISBN: 9780743457163
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Honor Bound The Order of the Bat leth founded after Kahless s ascension to Sto Vo Kor the Order was tasked with rooting out dishonorable behavior and spreading the word of Kahless to the Klingon people In the su

    Kathleen

    I am reminded in this book that while Worf is usually the one to present the far too aggressive and not particularly smart plans on the Enterprise, when compared with other Klingons, he is downright reserved Klag wins his awesome battle against the Oath Breaking Klingons, but the real victory comes only because of Worf on Qo noS Worf has the bright idea of bringing the matter up with the government authority Not something that apparently occurred to any of thousands of other Klingons engaged in [...]


    Michael

    To anyone who has ever loved a story about Star Trek s most famous alien race, I simply cannot recommend this book along with part one, A Good Day to Die enough Out of the whole of 716 episodes of television, 12 feature films, and 496 original novels, this is my absolute favorite Klingon story Keith R.A DeCandido is a true son of Kahless, and I don t know that there is a man alive who is able to fully illustrate the Klingon spirit as well as he I can t wait to get up to the other two books in th [...]


    C.T. Phipps

    STAR TREK IKS GORKON HONOR BOUND is a direct sequel to the events of A GOOD DAY TO DIE Indeed, you could easily just package these two books together into a dictionary sized book and it would work extremely well as a one shot I am a huge Klingon fan so the fact it s taken me a decade to read this series is enough for me to want Worf to help me commit seppuku Basically, this is one long story and works well as a Duology but a lot of the previous book was just build up to this one.The premise is C [...]


    Kevin

    bIyIntaH e Dachoqbe Seriously, why haven t you bought this already For the honour of your House you must do so right away.Every Gorkon book gets better with each reading, and this one has plenty of action and intrigue to keep you wanting .If you are new to Star Trek, or the Warrior Ethic, then this is one which will engage you and make you think For those of us who know, Keith R A deCandido fills our shelves and leaves us wanting IKV Gorkon is one of the best series of Star Trek novels to have [...]


    Brian Lewis

    After the fantastic cliff hanger at the end of the first book in this series, I very much was looking forward to reading this book, and I was by no means even minutely disappointed with this one While the first book was a bit slow to start, this one was packed from beginning to end with action and heated dialogue.If I were to pick one minor gripe, I would just say that I didn t care for something the San Tarah said at the end it felt like it was either out of character, or that it rendered their [...]


    Jonathon Laudinsky

    second book and follow up to the story in A Good day to die on the planet the crew must battle the San Tarah without modern weapons, and Klag must compete with his rival Brother and up hold the honor of the Order of the Bat leth read twice 2008 and 2015


    Robert

    As I said fir the first book of this series fun, light summer reading I really enjoyed it Will review the whole series when done.


    Nichelle

    Never get tired of reading this book.


    Judith Paterson

    Enjoyed a different perspective on the Trek Universe



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