Editorial Reviews. Review. After the audacious prison camp escapade described Brothers in Arms (Vorkosigan Saga) – Kindle edition by Lois McMaster Bujold. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Brothers in Arms, written by Lois McMaster Bujold and published in January by Baen Books, is the fifth published book in the Vorkosigan Saga. It has been. Title: Brothers in Arms Author(s): Lois McMaster Bujold ISBN: / (USA edition) Publisher: Nesfa Pr Availability: Amazon.
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In the context of how far I’ve read into the series now, I see this plot as the lever needed to advance things in the direction Bujold was intending, and I appreciate it a lot more than I did in the midst of reading it.
Brothers in Arms (Vorkosigan, book 8) by Lois McMaster Bujold
I’ve read the Vorkosigan Saga all out of order – this is book 5, but it was the 13th I’d read. Miles’s longing for Elena, so thoroughly buried but so heart-breakingly real, was very touching and deeply moving. Elli Quinn notes his tension: Which made it tough to be a mercenary captain. As is typical of Miles’ missions, things didn’t go as planned, and the 1 prisoner lous was somehow multiplied into 10, My personal opinion is that this is one of the weakest books of the series so far.
Could I have given half stars, I’d rate this as 3. Due to my disapproval of GR’s new and rather subjective review deletion policy, the rest of my typically verbose review is posted over at Booklikes.
Lord Mark Pierre Vorkosigan. They even form a strange friendship after all the things they go through together. It has gotten to the point where if I had to choose a literary world I would like to spend time in order to feel good and emerge with some bumold from, this is the world I would choose any time!
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There’s Miles out-bullshitting a journalist, Miles on Fast-Penta, Ivan bamboozled, and we also find out some more about the complicated history between Barrayar and Komarr, last seen by brotherz in Aral and Cordelia’s books. And who is trying to assassinate which version of him? A buddy read with Choko and Maria.
Brothers in Arms, a book by Lois McMaster Bujold | Book review
Apr 17, Caro the L. So I’m ready to suck down the whole series.
Quotes from Brothers in Arms. Courage or total lack of sense of self-preservation: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I don’t bujlod to give away anything, but this starts a relationship that I’ve loved in the following books, and that succeeded here in being really intriguing and having great potential. Maybe less humorous than the previous book as trouble hits too close to home, but still a fun read.
Miles Vorkosigan continues to get in trouble and the series continues to be fun to read. I like that Miles isn’t the usual handsome or brawny hero you find in this genre. I love this author!!! Featured Content We could feature a quote or other highlighted information here. A listing of her interviews is here: Customer Ratings for Brothers in Arms.
And because this is Miles a simple repair job and Buddy read with Choko and Evgeny. Miles, reflecting his progressive Betan upbringing with his admirable mother Cordelia see Shards of Honour immediately acknowledges his clone as his brother, and tells him he has a family and a name: Miles is really hard on his friends and relatives. If no guarantee can suit you, perhaps the flaw is not in the guarantee, but in you.
Brothers in Arms
It’s so much fun! Bujold you are also awesome for spinning another fun yarn that moves fast and still manages to think deep at nujold too, dropping things like The man who assumes everything is a lie is at least as mistaken as the one who assumes everything is true.
Contents [ show ]. Now if only the story could stick Peace had broken out all over the planet View all 6 comments. Miles actually calls himself a genius again, second time I’ve seen this. Brothers in Arms is marked as the 8th work in Bujold’s Vorkosigan Saga and most definitely is not the place to start.
The set up of this book gives me an idea I can predict exactly what would happen in the next one and somehow it lowers my enthusiasm about that read. So I settled down to read the first book in an omnibus with warm fuzzy feelings, and was not disappointed. He also had to keep himself and his alter ego Admiral Naismith as two separate people; it would take pages and paged if I try to explain the complications resulting in people realizing these two are the same person.