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Boders with Shards of Honor or the omnibus called Cordelia’s Honor. However, when I found out there was extra dialogue between Miles and Ilyan and Cordelia!
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I wish there’d been more of the interstitial stuff. Some deep and provocative thoughts in “The Mountains of Mourning”, as well as the classic murder-mystery plot, make that story probably my favorite, with the tragedy-laden eponymous prison camp story coming in second and “Labyrinth” in third Taura’s impulsive request to Miles in that story being one of the less plausible things Bujold has written, IMObut they’re all good reads.
My memories of it turned out to not be entirely reliable — it’s not set on an ice moon prison, just a normal crappy but almost habitable planet. View all 4 comments.
I always enjoy Jackson Hole, and I thought the feuding lords of the und If the Miles Vorkosigan series was a video game, these would be the sidequests. See all Editorial Reviews.
I recommend Heartily, especially to youngsters who are following bprders Science-Math-Tech career, for the depth of humanity, the rich pattern of describing a primitive physical culture assimilating high tech lifestyle and values, and “Just Plain Fun”!
From the moment Miles is thrown in the dome, the sense of apathy and hopeless surrender overwhelm him. My adult self looks at it and thinks, with a grin, “Holy brders, I can’t believe Bujold wrote underage teenage werewolf sex and made it sweet and touching.
There are mcmqster within the circles see the women’s section of the camp. Mar 24, Christy rated it it was amazing Shelves: He’s nothing to look at, standing not five-feet tall in his boots, with a skewed spine and bones that easily break.
Overall, this is a solid instalment in the Vorkosigan Saga and one that works pretty well as a standalone story. What do you think?
A listing of her interviews is here: Paperbackpages. He knows how easily his bones break, and he knows there is no medical facility in the dome. This was one of the more memorable novellas in the Vorkosigan Saga, I thought. The Mountains of Mourning is his investigation of an infanticide in his district’s own Dendarii Mountains.
Jackson’s Hole, or Ceta? Prisoners are simply dumped into a force-field dome and left.
The Borders of Infinity by Lois McMaster Bujold
Borderd just a distaste for the device, I guess. In the process he meets mcamster monster of “genetics gone wild” and there is no way you would believe me if I tell you what happens. Each of the three short stories in the collection “The Mountains of Mourning,” “Labyrinth,” and “The Borders of Infinity” are about pages long, very interesting, and very well done.
Some of the time. I am prone to get quite attached to characters and want them to be immune from hardships Another extremely compelling and enjoyable novella. Insisting on being on the last shuttle back, Miles was almost killed by the resurgent Cetagandan prison guards who managed to decapitate Lieutenant Murka with plasma fire.
Who, what, why, and how is he going to try to get them out – that’s bjuold rub. And I hate short stories! I have complicated feelings about Miles and his disability because he’s disabled, but he’s also privileged.
Borders of Infinity, Lois McMaster Bujold
Why I love it when it leaves me feeling like this, you might ask? I greatly, greatly hope that Read as part of the “Borders of Infinity” collection. It’s in this volume, but I can’t remember the name of it. Comments Superb write-up on Borders of Infinity, but I would expect no less from you.