Reviews of Excalibur Alternative, the (2002)
Review by bkedryna (2005-03-24)
This is one of Weber's best books, a little similar to his Dahak series, and a little to Poul Anderson's "The High Crusade". At times it's a little hard to read, like most of Weber's writing, especially when a character pauses in his conversation and reflects on things for seemingly half an hour and then returns to the present, but only seconds passed. You kind of forget what the original conversation was about by that time. But it's a minor thing, the book is still worth reading, and very satisfying close to the end. The end itself isn't completely conclusive, so a sequel will hopefully follow.