Borders of Infinity (Three Miles Vorkosigan Adventures) [Lois McMaster Bujold, Grover Gardner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. true. Review. Essential for all sf collections. –Library The Borders of Infinity (Vorkosigan Saga) by [Bujold, Lois McMaster]. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing Playing Loading Loading. Borders of Infinity consists of three novellas and a frame story. This may explain why the more usual approach has been to focus on “Borders of Infinity. .. It’s a testament to Bujold’s skills that Miles manages to so.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Apr 20, Janet rated it liked it. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Okay, that was so much fun. The strength of this series — for me — is how Bujold handles characterization and plot development.

But I I have complicated feelings about Miles and his disability because he’s disabled, but he’s also privileged. As I mentioned in my recent review of Labrynth, the first story is set much earlier in the series, so I read it a while ago.

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Borders of Infinity Vorkosigan Saga Publication 5. Of course he has an alternate plan but being that everything is monitored, he has to just contr This was my leasted liked of the 3 novellas that come in the anthology. What’s a bloke to do? This is Miles as Admiral Naismith, thinking fast and leaving the world in his wake, eating dust.


How does he handle captivity? It’s a great story and is full of heavier consequences than he normally experiences. A buddy read with Choko and Maria. Read more Read less.

Share your thoughts with other customers. Her pacing is good, too. Do the Cetagandans ever get nailed for their mendacity and lose their “good prison” status? Convincing Suegar he was the “other one” that the scripture mentioned, he set about organising the camp into the ” Reformation Army “, a pseudo-spiritual outfit dedicated to restoring order in the camp.

A listing of her interviews is here: He’s nothing to look at, standing not five-feet tall in his boots, with a skewed spine and bones that easily break.

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Nothing insurmountable, but it’s disconcerting. I rate it an excellent 5 stars out of 5.

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Apr 19, Geoff rated it liked it Shelves: This one comes right after Labrynth. This is all fine, but some authors really go out of their way to complicate the matters even more. Then he gets his ass kicked, but that is only the beginning of his stint a Catagendan bujole. There are circles within the circles see the women’s section of the camp. Miles obviously knows what’s going on and what he’s there to do, but we readers don’t.


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I recommend it to fans of Bujold and the other Vorkosigan stories and suggest that it is a reasonable sample of the same with the caveat that they are usually a bit more cheerful albeit sometimes darkly so. Miles is in a crappy PoW camp, surrounded by death and brutality, and outside of the camp watching Cetagandans have total control over their lives. Miles walks into a prison camp, friendless and naked.

I know at least 3! Those heartless bastards have not an iota of human empathy or understanding of others’ struggles or emotions. The Cetagandans had been employing psychological ifinity to break the prisoner’s spirits. Insisting on being on the last shuttle back, Miles was almost killed by the resurgent Cetagandan prison guards who managed to decapitate Lieutenant Murka with plasma fire.