Book Review: A Memory Called Empire

A Memory Called Empire (Teixcalaan #1)by Arkady MartineScience FictionPublished in 2019 Mahit Dzmare is a young ambassador fulfilling a lifelong ambition: to travel from her home on the independent Lsel Station to the vast Teixcalaan Empire, whose culture she has long been obsessed with. Complex, cosmopolitan, and endlessly self-referential, Teixcalaan expands in two ways: through … Continue reading Book Review: A Memory Called Empire

Book Review: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet

The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet (Wayfarers #1) by Becky Chambers Science Fiction 404 pages First published in July, 2014 From Goodreads: Follow a motley crew on an exciting journey through space—and one adventurous young explorer who discovers the meaning of family in the far reaches of the universe—in this light-hearted debut space … Continue reading Book Review: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet

Book Review- A Civil Campaign

A Civil Campaign (Vorkosigan Saga, Chronological #12) By Lois McMaster Bujold Science Fiction 544 pages First published in 1999 From Goodreads: Miles Vorkosigan has a problem: unrequited love for the beautiful widow Ekaterin Vorsoisson, violently allergic to marriage after her first exposure. If a frontal assault won't do, Miles thinks, try subterfuge. He has a … Continue reading Book Review- A Civil Campaign

Book Review- Memory

Memory (Vorkosigan Saga, Chronological #10) Lois McMaster Bujold Science Fiction 509 pages First published in 1996 From Goodreads: Forced to abandon his undercover role as leader of the Dendarii Mercenaries, Miles Vorkosigan persuades Emperor Gregor to appoint him Imperial Auditor so he can penetrate Barrayar’s intelligence and security operations (ImpSec). Simon Illyan, head of ImpSec … Continue reading Book Review- Memory

Book Review- Borders of Infinity

Borders of Infinity Lois McMaster Bujold Science Fiction 311 pages Published 1999 From Goodreads: The popular adventures of Miles Vorkosigan, a clever and outlandish science fiction hero for the modern era, continue in these three tales. In "The Mountains of Mourning," Miles is dispatched to a backcountry region of Barrayar, where he must act as … Continue reading Book Review- Borders of Infinity