lois mcmaster bujold

  1. Brian G Turner

    Best Lois McMaster Bujold fantasy?

    Lois McMaster Bujold comes up a lot in discussions here, as both a science fiction and fantasy writer. However, I'm afraid I'm not too familiar with her fantasy novels. I enjoy character immersion, pace, richness of detail, and a degree of authenticity. Any books come to mind for that? :) I...
  2. S

    Review: The Vorkosigan books by Lois McMasterBujold

    23rd June 2013 03:38 PM Jo Zebedee For quite a while those who know my SFF reading tastes have been encouraging me to explore Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan books. I did read the first two, Shards of Honour and Barrayar, a couple of years ago, and found them heavy on the romance side and...
  3. S

    Lois McMaster Bujold interview

    22nd October 2007 10:39 AM Teresa Edgerton chronicles: The Chalion books are wonderful. I had never read anything of yours before, and the first chapter of The Curse of Chalion completely won me over. The three books form a true trilogy, unlike so many multi-volume novels that are called...
  4. Werthead

    The Vorkosigan Saga by Lois McMaster Bujold

    Book 1: Shards of Honor
  5. Anthony G Williams

    Ethan of Athos, by Lois McMaster Bujold

    Ethan of Athos is an unusual 1986 story from Bujold, in that although it is set in the Vorkosigan universe it doesn't feature her long-term hero Miles. Athos is a remote, agricultural planet with one peculiarity - there are no women. The men who settled Athos had strong religious objections to...
  6. Anthony G Williams

    The Curse of Chalion by Lois McMaster Bujold

    Bujold is best known for her excellent Vorkosigan SF series (five of which I have already reviewed on this blog, with several more waiting to be read) but The Curse of Chalion is a classic medieval-with-magic fantasy. The story is set on an unspecified planet with vague geography (no maps)...
  7. Coragem

    Lois McMaster Bujold's Sci-Fi

    Hi there: My wife and I both very much like Lois McMaster Bujold's fantasy (Sharing Knife and Chalion). Now, I like my sci-fi, and was wondering, where's the ideal place to start with her sci-fi. Of the books in the Miles Vorkosigan universe the chronology seems a little haphazard. I...
  8. Anthony G Williams

    The Mountains of Mourning and Cetaganda, by Lois McMaster Bujold

    Two more in the Miles Vorkosigan saga, which I am gradually working my way through. Cetaganda follows on from The Vor Game in Miles' personal timeline. This time he is sent to the former enemy planet of Cetaganda to represent Barrayar at the funeral of a member of the ruling dynasty. Being...
  9. Shingetsu

    Book 4 of The Sharing Knife by Lois Mcmaster Bujold

    Who is looking forward to buying this next month? I really like the series. I'm not entirely sure why either. Maybe because it's different from most Fantasy. There is action in the series but it's usually not the main focus. It feels more laid back to me. I suppose it's mainly internal strugle...
  10. greylin

    Vorkosigan saga

    I LOVED these books by Bujold! Does anyone know if she has plans to write any more in this series?
  11. Anthony G Williams

    'The Warrior's Apprentice' and 'The Vor Game' by Lois McMaster Bujold

    These are the third and fourth books (in terms of the chronological story line) in the author's Vorkosigan series, and the first to feature the principal character of the series, Miles Vorkosigan (he appeared as a young child at the end of Barrayar, the second book). The first two books were...
  12. Teresa Edgerton

    Chronicles Interview with Lois McMaster Bujold

    Sagas and Anti-Epics, An Interview with Lois McMaster Bujold, for the Chronicles Network by Teresa Edgerton Lois McMaster Bujold is one of the most popular and respected Science Fiction and Fantasy writers writing today, gracefully moving from genre to genre, and steadily drawing in new fans...
  13. Anthony G Williams

    Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold

    This is the second (in terms of story chronology) of the author's Miles Vorkosigan series, and follows on immediately from 'Shards of Honour', reviewed in this blog on 1 August. Cordelia is now married to Lord Aral Vorkosigan and pregnant with their first child (Miles – who finally makes an...
  14. Anthony G Williams

    Shards of Honour by Lois McMaster Bujold

    I have at last got around to reading Bujold's Vorkosigan series and decided to start with the first in the chronological story line, Shards of Honour. I have to agree that all those who recommended her books to me were correct – she's a great writer and storyteller, and I found it hard to put...
  15. greylin

    Lois McMaster Bujold recommendations please

    I'd like to read something by Bujold but what's the best book/series to start with?
  16. Carolyn Hill

    Interview Questions for Lois McMaster Bujold

    Teresa has arranged for Chronicles to interview Lois McMaster Bujold, author of acclaimed science fiction and fantasy novels such as the Miles Vorkosigan series and the Chalion series. (Hooray, Teresa!) Bujold seems to be less well-known on Chronicles than she is in the states, so here's your...
  17. Culhwch

    May's Book Club Discussion: Cordelia's Honor, Lois McMaster Bujold

    A little late, so apologies, but here is a thread for discussing this month's book club read, Cordelia's Honor, by Lois McMaster Bujold.
  18. Cloud

    The Sharing Knife--Beguilement

    I was pleasantly surprised to see a new book by my favorite author, Lois McMaster Bujold, in my local Barney store this weekend, which I didn't realize was in the works. Entitled, Beguilement, part of a series (two parts maybe--according to Amazon?) called The Sharing Knife, this tells the story...
  19. Teresa Edgerton

    New book by Bujold

    I know we don't get much discussion of Lois McMaster Bujold around here -- although her books are so popular and win so many awards, somebody is obviously reading them. Anyway (and in case anyone else is interested) I was excited to read in the EOS newsletter that her newest fantasy novel is...
  20. T

    Chalion series

    I am considering buying The Curse of the Chalion / Paladin of Souls / The Hallowed Hunt by Lois McMaster Bujold and read a review claiming: "The first two books in the evocative Chalion series combine the intricacy of George R R Martin with the intensity of Robin Hobb..." To me this is...