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“Huh. Didn’t they give you any medical treatment?” "Oh, sure. I’ve had an Inquisition’s worth. That’s why I can walk around today, instead of being carried in a bucket.”
After meeting baby Miles at the end of Barrayar, I finally got to know the main protagonist of the Vorkosigan Saga.
This book didn't pull its punches and got right into the middle of the action. Still, I felt no great need to keep going and it took me a week to just get past the first third of the book. Seems to be a pattern for me with this series. The beginning seemingly drags a lot and about 30 to 40% it gets more interesting. I just wish these books would pick up speed a little faster. I know, I am contradicting myself. Maybe it's the narrative of the series in general that doesn't hold my attention? Although, I have to admit that it is quite funny to read about Miles digging the hole he is standing in deeper and deeper...
I was entertained, I laughed, but I also skimmed. Nice plot, but also not really doing it for me. I don't know, I guess I will have to read another one!
I'm not a major fan of space Fantasy but I found the story to be intriguing especially of the main character. I love the fact that he is three steps ahead of the situation and his storyline drew me along with the politics and conspiracies. I wish I would've read the first two books before reading this one, I will go back and read those before jumping into the fourth book.
A pleasant read for waiting in Doctor's offices or on the bus. The situations are interesting, and the author's depiction of the point of view of those marginalized by their society (disabled, women, transgendered) is admirable. The plot is fairly predictable, and individuals tend to be caricatures. However, this is very nice light reading.