BUJOLD KOMARR PDF
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Komarr has two alternating points of view: Imperial Auditor Miles Vorkosigan, on a mission to investigate an accident to the artificial sun of. I recall the first time I read the opening chapter of Komarr as one of the Framing the book with her perspective lets Bujold get right down to. From the Back Cover. Komarr could be a garden — with a thousand more years work. Or an uninhabitable wasteland, if the terraforming fails. Now the solar.
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As layers of plots and motivations unravel, you’ll find yourself staying up late to finish Komarr by Lois McMaster Bujold – 4 stars.
Oh and they are entertaining. I understand from my scientifically-minded mother that this perception on my part is due to the fact that I consider math the devil and science komart demonic first cousin, not due to any failings in Bujold’s plot.
Which ended up being important.
Lagging behind it in the vault of the heavens, bujoldd reflected fire of the solar mirror sprang out in brilliant contrast to the darkening, purple-tinged blue. My career is finally on course, finally paying off. Vorkosigan raised his empty wineglass to Ekaterin. I also love Bujold’s ability to convey a wealth of meaning in a few short sentences.
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It was strangely believable and full of depth and realism, greatly surpassing all of his other love interests, and it really brought out the shine in his eyes. Sounds from the apartment’s entryway, and low-pitched masculine voices, drew them out of her kitchen. Yay for being an Auditor! Miles meets her through the course of his investigation and is slowly bewitched by her. But it was only komsrr mutie lord, who komarf shed his elegant gray tunic and, apparently, his boots.
Thank you Fellow Goodreaders for turning me onto this series. I’m just a little tense. My review below still stands. In This was a pivotal book that I missed on my first patchy run at this series. A pale glow in the sky still haloed its passing for a minute or two longer. I have long thought of this book as a prologue to the romantic comedy of A Civil Campaignand as such, I’ve not revisited it since my first reading even though I’ve reread A Civil Campaign multiple times.
But not today, not Nikolai. This one alternates perspectives between Ekaterin and Miles. This series has stolen my heart.
Komarr fits perfectly with the rest of the series not because Miles is in it but because of Ekaterin. The stories weave a mystery with action and human drama leaving Another great addition. This station was the very one that Ekaterin had just traveled to in order to meet up with Professora Vorthyswho was to arrive from Vorbarr Sultana. Ekaterin grasped his wrist and turned it over.
For much of this book he’s off balance by being forced into a reactive role, and to his credit, he recognizes that, accepts it and changes to accommodate. However, Bujold adds in the voice of his Vor hostess on Komarr, Ekaterin, as a new character to the series. From the very start of the series the planet Komarr has played an important but kind of behind the scenes role in Vorkosigan’s lives.
Jul 08, Cecily rated it really liked it Shelves: As sabotage, if it had been sabotage, the destruction was inexplicable; as half-sabotage, doubly inexplicable. At least some part of this mess promises to be a show. Kendra, or maybe it was Jas, I don’t remember, said it best: I noticed the library rack on the wall of your plant room. Since coming to Komarr, she’d been so close to defying custom, law, and her lord-and-husband’s orders, and unilaterally taking his son and heir for treatment. He’d hinted he would be glad to escape them.
It was his turn to not answer. Ill-fated love story, anyone? The crews have found no sign yet of military or chemical explosives.
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She advanced to him. It has been collected in the omnibus Miles in Love. But human servants on Komarr were so expensive.
Komarr is really Ekaterin’s story and what a wonderful character to get to know. But, as usually, what I loved the most was the psyhological portrait of the main characters, with all their flaws, vices, shortcomings and wonderful virtues.
She comes to komzrr through various events and it’s so incredibly perfect that Miles is a part of that process for her, however obliquely or not-so-obliquely.