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Mirror Dance The dwarfish, fetally damaged yet brilliant Miles Vorkosigan has than his share of troubles Having recently escaped an assassination plot whose tool was a brainwashed clone of himself, Miles has set the clone, Mark, free for a new chance at life But when he decides to let his clone brother assume his secret identity and lead the Dendarii Free Mercenary on an unauthorized mission to liberate other clones from the outlaw planet of Jackson s Whole, things start to get really messy The mission goes awry, Miles s rescue attempt goes even wrong, and Miles ends up killed and placed in cryogenic suspension for future resuscitation Then, as if that weren t bad enough, the cryo container is lost Now it is up to the confused, disturbed Mark to either take Miles s place as heir of the Vorkosigan line or redeem himself by finding and saving Miles

About the Author: Lois McMaster Bujold

Lois McMaster Bujold was born in 1949, the daughter of an engineering professor at Ohio State University, from whom she picked up her early interest in science fiction She now lives in Minneapolis, and has two grown children Her fantasy from HarperCollins includes the award winning Chalion series and the Sharing Knife tetralogy her science fiction from Baen Books features the perennially bestselling Vorkosigan Saga Her work has been translated into over twenty languages.A listing of her awards and nominations may be seen here A listing of her interviews is here older fan run site devoted to her work, The Bujold Nexus, is here

10 thoughts on “Mirror Dance

  1. says:

    A buddy read with Choko and Maria.The moment I start describing plot of this book I completely spoil the previous one to the point that if you read my non written plot description you might as well skip the previous installment So if what I say below would

  2. says:

    4.75 A buddy read with Evgeny and Maria, because we love the VorkosigansSince no one is perfect, it follows that all great deeds have been accomplished out of imperfection Yet they were accomplished, somehow, all the sameI wrote this passionate and thoughtful revi

  3. says:

    when appreciating characterization, Space Opera much like its cousin Epic Fantasy is oftenabout surface appeal rather than depth for the most part, that s okay by me I can enjoy the expansive world building and intriguing concepts, the science and adventure, without real

  4. says:

    Christmas 2010 I realised that I had got stuck in a rut I was re reading old favourites again and again, waiting for a few trusted authors to release new works Something had to be done.On the spur of the moment I set myself a challenge, to read every book to have won the Locus

  5. says:

    Miles Learns About Consequences and Mark Learns About Self Identity Holy shit, this book This book To say that it puts you through the wringer would be a gross understatement Flipping between perspectives the first time Bujold has done this, I believe, and deftly utilized here served

  6. says:

    UPDATED 2020.03.29 with Worst Cover Gallery This is probably the least funny book in the series although I m far from ending it yet, but it seems that my GR friends say the same.Which is not a problem, it s just different A bit sadder Also the subjects in the book are quite heavy, to say the

  7. says:

    If I was a billionaire who can afford to commission a novelist to write a custom made book just for me the desired end result would probably read something like a Lois McMaster Bujold book Her prose style just clicks with me Always very clear and accessible, yet graceful, passionate, witty and ofte

  8. says:

    Mirror Dance The Best Miles Adventure, and He s Not Even the Main CharacterThis entry in the Miles Vorkosigan Saga won the Locus and Hugo Awards for Best SF Novel in 1995, and lives up to its billing Having read a number of other reviews because I try to avoid repeating what has been said already , this v

  9. says:

    Part of a Vorkosigan reread with the SpecFic Buddy Reads group in 2017 18 This is the last of the novels in the series that I hadn t read before and I m very happy to say, probably my favorite since the very early books of the series.Mark, Miles s young and erratic clone brother, reappears and again pretends to

  10. says:

    Must be the darkest book in the series And since most of it is not from Miles s PoV there is no sarcasm and humour to soften the blows That said it had some some really touching moments when I wanted to give the book 5 The most highlights in the series.I expected headcount towards the end but worry not the ending is po

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