Cryoburn by Lois McMaster Bujold

If you haven’t read Lois Bujold’s masterful Miles Vorkosigan series, do yourself a favor and get the first in the series, Cordelia’s Honor (this is a compendium of two novels: Shards of Honor and Barrayar) and then move on to Young Miles which is a combination of the book The Warrior’s Apprentice, the novelette The Mountains of Mourning and the novel The Vor Game. Once there, you’ll doubtless go through the whole series which will lead you to the latest, Cryoburn.

Lois has won more Hugos and Nebulas than anyone — and deservedly so! Mum loves her so much that she’s quoted on the covers with the very accurate, “Boy, can she write!”

As for Cryoburn, I was very glad to read more of Miles and very saddened by the ending but Lois Bujold handled it all masterfully.

One Comment

  1. Apastra

    Always looking for a new author to enjoy. I have read Anne McCaffrey books since the early 80’s and have recently enjoyed your stories. I look forward to reading Dragon Rider aka Dragon Time aka Dragon Night ( I think that’s right). Recently my daughter, Ciara and I read the series Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, a definite must read. I’m still trying to get her interested in the Dragon stories, but since I started at 14, maybe next year.

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