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Lois McMaster Bujold (Modern Masters of Science Fiction) Paperback – June 29, 2015
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--Janet Brennan Croft, editor of Lois McMaster Bujold: Essays on a Modern Master of Science Fiction and Fantasy
"James's text signals a growing (and long overdue) recognition of an author who has been critically neglected since her emergence in 1986."--Science Fiction Studies
"James's celebration of Bujold is impressive. The handling of the narrative threads and characters that intersect across Bujold's broad range of work is skillfully executed and the attention to detail explaining the merits and rationale of each of Bujold's novels and short stories is superb."--Foundation
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To return to the matter at hand. The author of this work provides a small amount of background and history of Ms. Bujold that is not found elsewhere but puts her process in context. I found this useful and enjoyable. He then provides analysis of all her books in print which is intelligent and well thought out. However, if you have not read every single book this author has produced the effect would be spoilerific in the extreme Since Bujold is such an inventive writer you would be denied the experience and pleasure of having the plots unfold as the author intends. I urge you do not read this unless you have read everything Lois has written before 2015. Let the author unfold her tales in her own words. She knows what she is doing.