Torch of Freedom

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Torch of Freedom
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Author David Weber and Eric Flint
Cover artist David Mattingly
Country United States
Language English
Series Honor Harrington series
Genre Science fiction novel
Publisher Baen Books
Publication date
November 3, 2009
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 602
ISBN 1-4391-3305-0 (ISBN 978-1-4391-3305-7)
OCLC 311764117
Preceded by Crown of Slaves
Followed by Cauldron of Ghosts

Torch of Freedom is a science fiction novel by American writers David Weber and Eric Flint, published on November 3, 2009.[1] It is the second book in the Wages of Sin series which runs parallel (timeline-wise) to the main Honor Harrington series. It is the sequel to the 2003 novel Crown of Slaves, also by David Weber and Eric Flint. The book includes a Baen CD Library disk.

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While Anton Zilwicki and Victor Cachat were working undercover on Mesa, Mesa launches an attack at Torch. Anton Zilwicki and Victor Cachat escape Mesa amidst general mayhem together with a defected leading scientist. The attack against Torch is thwarted by Rear Admiral Luiz Rozsak of the Solarian League Navy, who had amassed a fleet in the interest of the Maya Sector.

Queen Berry becomes romantically involved with Hugh Arai, who after being freed from slavery by Jeremy X from the Audubon Ballroom worked as a commando for the Beowulf Biological Survey Corps (BSC), and was assigned by Jeremy X as Berry's bodyguard.

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Preceded by
Crown of Slaves
Honor Harrington books Succeeded by
Cauldron of Ghosts