The Warrior's Apprentice
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
Series: Vorkosigan Saga (Publication order) 3 (#2)
Never got around to do a review of this book, so I decided to re-read it and amend this oversight. After failing his entrance exams into the military academy and the death of his grandfather, Miles Vorkosigan, 17 years old, handicapped by brittle bones, suffering from (more or less) latent depress...
This is an enjoyable science fiction caper. As a rule I don’t like sci-fi, so if it sounds like the sort of book that will push the right buttons for you, you should expect to like it better. Warrior’s Apprentice seemed like a good choice for me because its focus is on the characters rather than the...
Discharged from the Barrarayan academy after flunking the physical, a discouraged Miles Vorkosigan takes possession of a jumpship and becomes the leader of a mercenary force that expands to a fleet of treasonous proportions. A rolling stone gathers no moss. Miles Naismith Vorkosigan, with his favo...
I'm not completely sure how I managed to avoid the Vorkosigan series of books for so long, but I finally succumbed to the hype and picked up this one. Technically speaking, it's the third in Bujold's series, after Shards of Honor and Barrayar (also available in one volume as Cordelia's Honor), but i...
Highly anticipated introduction to teenage Miles :D Characters with depth and charm...checkHijinks galore...checkWicked subterfuge(that you don't even know about)...checkAction, action, action...check Romantic hero...most definitely! Am I hooked? Absolutely!