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Ms Bujold writes powerfully. Her characters are worthy of being quoted. She paints scenery with exquisitely chosen words. She deserves every award received and more.Published 2 days ago by Walter L Roach
This book was a fun read, but was not as compelling as the first two in the series. It seemed more predictable and the characters less fully developed.Published 2 days ago by Jennifer Choi
I am a fan of McMaster Bujold, but this isn't one of her stronger efforts. Roughly the first three-quarters of the book is people talking about things that happened elsewhere or... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Carny Asada
While colorful and dimensional, this author does not waste time describing every flower, tree, dress, etc. along the way. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Mrs. King
While the book was interesting to me, I felt it was less elegant and thoughtfully written than the first two. It seemed stretched unmercifully thin.Published 3 months ago by D. Dixon
The third and lesser part of the series, it is disconnected from the first two and takes a very different angle, if within the same world story. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Miguel Cornejo Castro
I have read all of Bujold's books, both her fantasy series and her sci-fi series. Her fantasy books are very different from her sci-fi books, but equally well written, with the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by E. Smith
I just re-read this one, and it's much better than I remembered. It isn't the same intense study as the author does in Curse of Chalion or in Paladin of Souls, but this one has... Read morePublished 5 months ago by G. Tansey