Well, the series. Sure, the infodumps get excessive, but still, I have all the books. All in digital. And most in hardcopy.
Well, out of pure chance I stumbled on the artist who does some of the covers for the French editions published by l'Atalante, a person who goes by the name "Genkkis". You can see some of the covers here.
Dude is frickin' brilliant.
You'll note the covers all have the same background, which for a hardcopy collection means they'd be nicely matched on the shelf, but that isn't the good part. The good part is that, unlike the Baen covers, even the generally accepted Mattingly ones that they've used for the last few years, Genkkis clearly understands what's going on in that particular book and, unlike the Baen covers where, if Honor doesn't appear in person it looks like a naval flotilla is going to war against her giant ghost-like head, he uses other characters who play important roles in the story.
The cover for Storm Form the Shadows 1 is a good example: the main character is Mike Henke, with
Isabel Bardasano as a minor background. Albrecht Deitweiller and Aldona Anisimovna feature in the second cover of the split-published edition (so note: no good guys at all). Crown of Slaves 1
has a merged Queen Berry/Princess Ruth with everyone's favourite Heterosexual Life Partner Badass Superspies Anton Zilwicki and Victor Cachat.Mission of Honor 1
is a nice one symbolically, showing both Queen Elizabeth and Elois Pritchard clutching their respective, torn flags.
In short, I've become his newest fanboy.