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Publisher Description

A NEW NOVEL IN THE AWARD WINNING SERIES FROM MULTIPLE NEW YORK TIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR LOIS MCMASTER BUJOLD!  Cordelia Naismith Vorkosigan returns to the planet that changed her destiny.


FUTURE TENSE


Three years after her famous husband’s death, Cordelia Vorkosigan, widowed Vicereine of Sergyar, stands ready to spin her life in a new direction. Oliver Jole, Admiral, Sergyar Fleet, finds himself caught up in her web of plans in ways he’d never imagined, bringing him to an unexpected crossroads in his career.


Meanwhile, Miles Vorkosigan, one of Emperor Gregor’s key investigators, this time dispatches himself on a mission of inquiry, into a mystery he never anticipated – his own mother.


Plans, wills, and expectations collide in this sparkling science-fiction social comedy, as the impact of galactic technology on the range of the possible changes all the old rules, and Miles learns that not only is the future not what he expects, neither is the past.


At the publisher’s request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2016
January 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
Baen Books
SELLER
Baen Publishing Enterprises
SIZE
678.3
KB

Customer Reviews

Tcm123 ,

I wish I hadn't read this

This book completely strips beloved characters of their integrity and honesty, and turns them into unrecognizable people that you can no longer respect and love. I truly wish that I had never read it.

Froody 2 ,

Cordelia’s Denoument

Standard Bujold, but with a lot less action than the rest of the Vorkosigan Saga. It's a relatively calm walk through of a post bereavement Cordelia establishing another relationship.

Quite an enjoyable read if you liked the rest of the series, but does look like all of the main characters are winding down.

arcsine ,

Enjoyable novel - strong characters & humanity

A peaceful story. Don't expect action & adventure. Ms. Bujold has a gift for expressing what humanity can and should be through her characters and their lives.

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