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Looking forward to reading it once November is over.
The story is utterly believable, has a great plot, and as always is centered on the lovable characters who stick with you long after you've finished the books.
There are human characters and characters whose ancestors were, mostly, human and thir relationships are fascinating.
This novel is somewhat of an oddity within the Vorkosiverse, in that the events of this book take place about 200 years before the remainder of the series, and are of greatest... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nathan Albright
as we all know from her outher work this is the beginning befor that realy put,s a lot of the keystone,s togetherPublished 9 months ago by mica
Whatever genre this is, (Space Opera? Sci-Fi? Elizabethan skypunk?) Bujold always delivers. I have laughed, cried and been terrifically entertained by every single title I've... Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. Aaron Velasquez
One thing that has amazed me about the few Bujold books I've read so far is how well they're constructed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael Battaglia
Set 200 years before the Vorkosigan saga begins, this is the story of the beginnings of the Quaddies. Read morePublished 15 months ago by MrsLee
Took me personally a lot of years to find a copy of this and remember to buy it. Looking forward to reading it once November is over.Published 23 months ago by Terri L. Teegarden
Falling Free (1988) is the fourth SF novel in the Vorkosigan sequence, following Ethan of Athos. The initial work in this series is Shards of Honor. Read morePublished on September 27, 2012 by Arthur W. Jordin
I enjoyed "Falling Free" because of its interesting concept of a group of humans genetically engineered as workers. Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by John
If like me you've been reading the Vorkosigan Saga (starting with Shards of Honor (Vorkosigan Saga)) then Falling Free's setting will be familiar. Read morePublished on June 10, 2012 by John L. Miller