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The book is witty and well written.
The book, as are most of the books in the Vorkosigan series, are very quickly read and most fans of space operas or of science/military fiction really enjoy them.
In fact, it's alsmost impossible to put her books down for me, even after reading and re-reading them dozens of times.
I was very happy to find this. We read this series and couldn't find the book that started it to lend to family so ordered it.Published 7 months ago by Rayette Gonzalez
Being the sort of reader who tends to read a lot of nonfiction, it is always nice every once in a while to read some good quality fiction and to enjoy the depth that can be found... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nathan Albright
I enjoyed reading this book. Bujold is a captivating storyteller. There is a fast-paced plot, real character characters, close calls, a super-intelligent kid, all kinds of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by @home with four kiddos
Miles Vorkosigan is the son of one of the most powerful men on Barrayar, but is also a cripple, cursed with fragile bones and occasional hubris. Read morePublished 11 months ago by A. Whitehead
Ah, and now we start. Every famous character has to start somewhere and after Miles managed to pull off the rare feat of a cameo in his own series (in "Barrayar") we... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael Battaglia
All these books are AWESOME. LMB has a gift for witty and humorous dialogue that is rarely seen, and you will quickly fall in love with Miles Vor'Kosigan.Published 22 months ago by BD
The Warrior's Apprentice (1986) is the second SF novel in the Vorkosigan series, following Shards of Honor. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Arthur W. Jordin
This is the third book in the Vorkosigan saga, following Shards of Honor and Barrayar (Vorkosigan Saga).
Like the rest of the series, this is a character-driven drama. Read more