Borders of Infinity, written by Lois McMaster Bujold and published in by Baen Books, is a collection containing “The Mountains of Mourning”, “Labyrinth”, . 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 (Vorkosigan Saga) [Lois McMaster Bujold] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A NEW EDITION OF A COLLECTION OF.

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Not that I succeeded. 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.

Having at last figured out that Miles’ accusations against Pitt were baseless, they turned the infinityy on Miles, accusing him of being the spy and set out to murder him in turn as Pitt was murdered.

Labyrinth is 3 novels after the first story in this collection. May 07, Kathleen rated it inginity was amazing Shelves: The result of this has been chaos and the victimisation of the weak by the strong.

I love the way Bujold portrays horses. She has won the Hugo Award four times and the Nebula Award twice. Bujopd novella started out as my least favorite of the sequence of stories mainly because it seemed so bleak and inexplicable, but by the end I was supremely happy I had stayed around.

It’s a somewhat different style of narration than I’m used to, but it has grown on me, primarily because most of these books are largely from Miles’s perspective and Gardner does a great Miles, perfectly capturing his rather sardonic wit. Attempting to fight of his attackers, Suegar was seriously wounded and Miles only barely survived, saved by the timely intervention of Beatrice.


Borders of Infinity

Miles being Miles, he sets about restoring order armed with nothing but the force of his personality literally no The Borders of Infinity is another Miles Vorkosigan novella like The Mountains of Mourning and Labyrinthrather than a full-length novel. Loved Suegar, the supposed religious fanatic who immediately declares that Miles is the One his “scriptures” foretell. Oct 05, Austin Wright rated it really liked it.

Her fantasy from HarperCollins includes the award-winning Chalion series and the Sharing Knife tetralogy; her science fiction from Baen Books features the perennially bestse Lois McMaster Bujold was born inthe daughter of an engineering professor at Ohio State University, from whom she picked up her early interest in science fiction.

I thought there was nowhere near enough context to understand what was actually going on in the broader scheme of things though that slightly got fixed at the end? Feb 04, Cecily rated it it was amazing Shelves: Simon’s odd relationship with Miles! 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. The sense of isolation is intense, but yet video monitors are recording everything the prisoners do and say.

Being the two crazies in the place they are not well liked by the rest of the prisoners. Contents [ show ].

Mountains of Mourning – 5 stars. Miles will always choose those things, and it’s a source of frustration with me because of course it’s only going to end badly, of course he’s only going to break himself in the trying. I know at least 3! I read enough book of the series to state it is excellent. Return to Book Page.

Borders of Infinity by Lois McMaster Bujold

Trivia About The Borders of In Let me say that all stories are very good. But from reading Bujold’s previous works, it was no problem to get the feel of Miles’ world – I already knew it by heart. I’m becoming fixated on Miles Vorkosigan, a brilliant mind in a brittle body. Nov 12, Kingley rated it it was amazing Shelves: The third, Borders of Infinity, we have a futuristic p.


Even if Miles’s galloping libido in the 2nd and 3rd stories does occasionally make me want to smack him. I wish there were a Miles here on Goodreads, I’d put him in charge. I didn’t read this book–I listened to the audiobo This book is an anthology of three novellas about the life of the young Miles Vorkosigan.

The food was delivered twice daily in a single pile randomly located around the perimeter of the dome, forcing prisoners to fight each other for their food ration. It’s just a distaste for the device, I guess. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. And if you read this as part of the novel Borders of Infinity you’ll see just how strong his convictions are and that despite all the lies and subterfuge his moral compass shows true North.

Apr 23, Anurag Sahay rated it it was amazing.

Originally published as a novella, this is the story of Miles infiltrating a Cetagandan prisoner of war camp to break the prisoners out. The harrowing of hell. It shares with the first story the thematic question, “What does it mean to be normal? They’re lovely emotional grace notes to a relationship nifinity doesn’t get much page-time in the series, borderw which I love, because it illustrates how love and devotion can nudge people towards change.