Barrayar

by Lois McMaster Bujold

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THIRD ENTRY IN A BELOVED SERIES. The Vorkosigan Saga spans over a dozen novels and has won multiple awards and sold 1.8 million copies.

Sick of combat and betrayal, Cordelia Vorkosigan is ready to settle down to a quiet life. But when the Emperor dies, her husband Aral becomes guardian of the infant heir to the imperial throne of Barrayar and the target of high-tech assassins in a dynastic civil war. But neither Aral nor Cordelia can guess the part that their cell-damaged unborn will play in Barrayar's bloody legacy. Winner of the Hugo Award.

About Lois McMaster Bujold:
“. . . all the virtues we have come to expect from Bujold, including more and more prose that sings.”—The Chicago Sun Times

“Bujold continues to prove what marvels genius can create out of basic space operatics.”—Library Journal

“Bujold is not just a master of plot, she is a master of emotion.”—SF Site

“Bujold is one of the best writers of SF adventure to come along in years.”—Locus Magazine

The Vorkosigan Series in Story-based Chronological Order
Falling Free
Shards of Honor
Barrayar
The Warrior's Apprentice
The Vor Game
Cetaganda
Ethan of Athos
Borders of Infinity
Brothers in Arms
Mirror Dance
Memory
Komarr
A Civil Campaign
Diplomatic Immunity
Captain Vorpatril's Alliance
CryoBurn

Omnibus Editions
MILES, MYSTERY & MAYHEM
contains Cetaganda, Ethan of Athos

YOUNG MILES
contains The Warrior's Apprentice + stories

CORDELIA’S HONOR
contains Shards of Honor, Barayarr

MILES, MUTANTS & MICROBES
contains Falling Free, Diplomatic Immunity

MILES IN LOVE
contains Komarr, A Civil Campaign

MILES ERRANT
contains Brothers in Arms, Mirror Dance

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Won 2 awards in total

Hugo
1992
Locus Science Fiction

Nominated 1 times in total

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3 comments
Zimriel | 2013-09-19 06:22:05
"Proving that not all sci-fi is about female subjugation (and really, the sci-fi writing industry is copping a beating lately for it)" SF fandom is taking more of a beating because of the over-reaction by SFWA "anti" fascists. And it'd be interesting to see what Bujold (and Moon) actually think about the fracas to which you allude. I'm betting that Bujold and Moon support Resnick and Malzberg.
Anonymous | 2015-03-23 07:30:18
So so
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