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Published January 2010
The Vor Game Hardcover price: $26.00

First edition, First printing
ISBN-13: 978-1-886778-85-6
ISBN-10: 1-886778-85-X
Page count: 384
Book Size: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"

The Vor Game

by Lois McMaster Bujold

The Vor Game, won the Hugo for Best Novel of 1990. It continues Miles's story as he graduates from the Imperial Military Academy (putting it after Mountains of Mourning and before Cetaganda in the internal, Vorkosiverse chronology)

After graduation Miles is shipped off to "Camp Permafrost" to predict weather and to ascertain whether he can get along with his subordinates and superiors in the regular forces. That assignment turns out about as well as expected and Miles is reassigned to the distant Hegen Hub. However this posting turns interesting when he encounters his old mercenary fleet, his emperor playing hookey, the tricky Commander Cavilo, and a tangled web of intrigue. Miles, of course, does his best to salvage the situation, but, as always, there's a surprise...

This is the first generally available hardcover edition of this novel.

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Lois McMaster Bujold

Lois McMaster Bujold is considered today's leading proponent of character-driven adventure science fiction. Her chronicles of the Vorkosigan family have won her legions of admirers throughout the world. Her fantasy novel, The Spirit Ring, was published in 1993; another fantasy, The Curse of Chalion, was published by Eos in 2001. It was the first of a new series of connected novels that includes Paladin of Souls. She is currently working on additions to her universes.

Edited by Suford Lewis
Cover art by Robert M. Brown
Cover design by Alice N. S. Lewis

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Dreamweaver’s DilemmaDreamweaver’s Dilemma

The Warrior’s ApprenticeThe Warrior’s Apprentice

Ethan of AthosEthan of Athos

Brothers in ArmsBrothers in Arms

Borders of InfinityBorders of Infinity

BarrayarBarrayar

Shards of HonorShards of Honor

Falling FreeFalling Free