Tag Archives: Vorkosigan saga

Book Review: Miles Errant

Miles Errant, by Lois McMaster Bujold As part of the continuing series of omnibus volumes I have reviewed in the Vorkosigan series [1], this volume offers another chance to comment on how the context of a story changes by its … Continue reading

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Book Review: Young Miles

Young Miles, by Lois McMaster Bujold Although I have already reviewed all of the component parts of this omnibus collection separately [1], I figured it would be worthwhile to comment a little bit on what makes such a collection worthwhile. … Continue reading

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Restfulness And Restlessness In The High Vor Class Of Bujold’s A Civil Campaign

About twenty years ago or so, the late religious scholar Samuele Bacchiochi wrote a book titled Divine Rest For Human Restlessness [*]. This book, one of several he wrote on the subject of the Sabbath, deals with the importance of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Miles, Mystery & Mayhem

Miles, Mystery & Mayhem, by Lois McMaster Bujold The second of the omnibus collections of Bujold’s writings I have reviewed [1] (okay, maybe the third or fourth, depending on what one counts), this book contains two novels that I have … Continue reading

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Book Review: Miles In Love

Miles In Love, by Lois McMaster Bujold Among all of the omnibus collections of Bujold’s Vorkosigan saga that I have read [1], I believe that this one will long be my favorite, for reasons that are personal and perhaps a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ethan Of Athos

Ethan Of Athos, by Lois McMaster Bujold I waited a long time to read this particular novel, especially because its social message is one I am not friendly to. Truth be told, this novel is a bit heavy-handed (and immoral) … Continue reading

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Book Review: Miles, Mutants & Microbes

Miles, Mutants & Microbes, by Lois McMaster Bujold All of the works in this collection have been reviewed separately [1], yet there is something to be said for seeing these two novels and a short story that was itself part … Continue reading

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Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due: Independent Publishers

As part of my series on giving credit where credit is due in unexpected ways [1], I would like to give credit to a group of companies that I deal with often, although usually impersonally. For those who might not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Falling Free

Falling Free, by Lois McMaster Bujold This novel is somewhat of an oddity within the Vorkosiverse [1], in that the events of this book take place about 200 years before the remainder of the series, and are of greatest importance … Continue reading

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Book Review: Captain Vorpatril’s Alliance

Captain Vorpatril’s Alliance, by Lois McMaster Bujold The title of this book is a bit of a tease, which is not necessarily a bad thing, in that it refers to a marriage alliance made by Lord Ivan Vorpatril (best known … Continue reading

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