Spiegeltanz: Ein Roman des Barrayar Zyklus
Publish date: 1997
Edition language: Deutsch
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Sci Fi Fantasy
, Space Opera
, Speculative Fiction
, Military Science Fiction
Series: Vorkosigan Saga (Publication order) 3 (#8)
The dwarfish, fetally-damaged yet brilliant Miles Vorkosigan has more 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 as...
This is a novel that grows on you. When I first read it back in 2005, I reasonably liked it. Except for Cordelia's Honor it was the best part of the saga up till that point in the narrative, but I didn't love it. So I only reread parts of it, but never in its entirety - until now. And boy, this time...
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 oft...
After the relative lack of plot in Brothers in Arms, Mirror Dance starts out with a bang and never lets up. Also, it may contain a few of the most heartbreaking lines in the entire series, some of which are heartbreaking after some of the later books. (Contender, Cordelia about Aral: “I think Simon ...
~~Moved from GR~~ Mirror Dance by Lois McMaster Bujold "Anybody can do a mirror dance. It's not hard. You just copy everything your partner does."When Mark Vorkosigan looks in a mirror, he doesn't quite know what stares back. Mark was created a clone, trained as an assassin, intended to replace ...
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