Cetaganda (Vorkosigan Saga, #9)
Publish date: 2000
Publisher: Prószyński i S-ka
Pages no: 288
Edition language: Polski
Series: Vorkosigan Saga (Publication order) 3 (#9)
This is my second time reading this novel - and let's just say: Bujold's books are eminently re-readable. No matter whether you've read them once already (like this one 12 or so years ago) or multiple times (like Cordelia's Honor, Memory, A Civil Campaign)... love her writing style, her Miles-voice,...
I liked this even more than the usual space battle-rich stories about Miles.
Cetaganda is the fifth story in the Vorkosigan Saga, a space opera series by Bujold. By this time a whole lot of story has passed, and I wouldn't try reading this novel as a standalone. This is a favorite series of mine, primarily for it's foremost character, Miles Vorkosigan. Miles is born with nea...
Another great book in the series. I love Miles and his adventures. He's a magnet for trouble and it's a miracle that he comes out of them in a better position ! This one wasn't as exciting(I wasn't on the edge of my seat chewing my nails when listening ,just chewing my nails:P ) as the other ones b...
Cetaganda doesn't have the manic energy of The Warrior's Apprentice, which retains top spot as my favourite Vorkosigan book so far. It lacks that pell-mell, out-of-control sense of urgency that I absolutely fell in love with. But it is still a solid entry into the series, and Miles remains an incred...
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