Falling Free (Vorkosigan Saga, #4)



[Reading] ➽ Falling Free (Vorkosigan Saga, #4) Author Lois McMaster Bujold – E17streets4all.co.uk Leo Graf Was An Effective Engineer Safety Regs Weren T Just The Rule Book He Swore By He D Helped Write Them All That Changed On His Assignment To The Cay Habitat Leo Was Profoundly Uneasy With The Co Leo Graf Was An Effective Engineer Safety Regs Weren T Just The Rule Book He Swore By He D Helped Write Them All That Changed On His Assignment To The Cay Habitat Leo Was Profoundly Uneasy With The Corporate Exploitation Of His Bright New Students Until That Exploitation Turned To Something Much Worse He Hadn T Anticipated A Situation Where The Right Thing To Do Was Neither Safe, Nor In The RulesLeo Graf Adopted A Thousand Quaddies Now All He Had To Do Was Teach Them To Be Free Falling Free Takes Place ApproximatelyYears Before The Events In Cordelia S Honor And Does Not Share Settings Or Characters With The Main Body Of The Series.Falling Free (Vorkosigan Saga, #4)

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Falling Free (Vorkosigan Saga, #4)
  • Lois McMaster Bujold
  • English
  • 18 September 2019

10 thoughts on “Falling Free (Vorkosigan Saga, #4)

  1. says:

    4.25On the sixth day God saw He couldn t do it all, so He created ENGINEERSEvgeny and I decided to read the whole series together It turned out to be a great decision I just closed the last page and needed to get on here and say how much I enjoyed this book It is the first one I read by this author and now I am wondering why I never read her books before After all, I was raised on Sci Fi and Fantasy, this should have been in my radar long time ago However, I thin 4.25On the sixth day God saw He couldn t do it all, so He created ENGINEERSEvgeny and I decided to read the whole series together It turned out to be a great decision I just closed the last page and needed to get on here and say how much I enjoyed this book It is the first one I read by this author and now I am wondering why I never read her books before After all, I was raised on Sci Fi and Fantasy, this should have been in my radar long time ago However, I think my reluctance of reading books in an unfinished series might ...

  2. says:

    Update 10 3 17 Re readI think I just relaxed into this read, knowing damn well that it was going to be a novel of revolution against corporate idiots and assholes Understanding that this came out in 88 goes a long way to grooving to the sense of hate and loathing we all felt during that time period Or is that just me Maybe it s just me.Fortunately, I love the Children s Crusade and the RAH feel, from the Can Do engineerin...

  3. says:

    An Engineer dies and goes to hell He s hot and miserable, so he decides to take action The A C has been busted for a long time, so he fixes it Things cool down quickly.The moving walkway motor jammed, so he unjams it People can get from place to placeeasily.The TV was grainy and unclear, so he fixes...

  4. says:

    No fate but what we make.That could be the motto for this story and I loved the concept This is a quite old scifi book, belonging to a quite long series But it didn t show in the way I first thought The story is about an engineer arriving on a space station in order to teach some employees of the company he works for as well When he arrives, however, he discovers that the students are children and genetically altered ones at that The worst, though, is how they are being treated by the norm No fate but what we make.That could be the motto for this story and I loved the concept This is a quite old scifi book, belonging to a quite long series But it didn t show in the way I first thought The story is about an engineer arriving on a space station in order to teach some employees of the company he works for as well When he arrives, however, he discovers that the students are children and genetically altered ones at that The worst, though, is how they are being treated by the normal humans as they have no human rights They are things to be worked and bred And all too soon this is exactly what endagers them all.Hence, this book is about basic human rights, gender equality consider the age of the story, then you can stand next to me clapping at the author , technology vs humanity in a way and what makes us individuals and human.I liked how fun and fast paced this was The world Bujold built here came to life ...

  5. says:

    engineer encounters hideous situation involving exploitation of a unique group of workers engineer fights against this hideous situation.so this is really a 2 star book, whatever, I m giving it 3 stars because yeah I liked it, andimportantly I would never give 2 stars to a friend and at this point I kinda feel like Lois McMaster Bujold is my friend I ve been working my way back and forth through her Vorkosigan Saga and I think that not only do I believe in everything she believes in th engineer encounters hideous situation involving exploitation of a unique group of workers engineer fights against this hideous situation.so this is really a 2 star book, whatever, I m giving it 3 stars because yeah I liked it, andimportantly I would never give 2 stars to a friend and at this point I kinda feel like Lois McMaster Bujold is my friend I ve been working my way back and forth through her Vorkosigan Saga and I think that not only do I believe ...

  6. says:

    Prvo imamo Dreamweaver s Dilemma interesantnu pri icu o opsnostima nove tehnologije prikazane kroz blago detektivsku pri u Simpati no ili u su tini ni ta posebno.Druga pri a, Falling Free, je daleko interesantnija po to se bavi grupom modifikovanih ljudi, dece zapravo, i njihovom borbom za svoju budu nost Ima dobrih momenata, likovi su interesantni jedino to nikako nisma imao ose aj veli ine date stanice kao ni da ima puno osoba na njoj a trbalo bi da bude preko 1000 Lako se ita i dr i pa Prvo imamo Dreamweaver s Dilemma interesantnu pri icu o opsno...

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    This is first in chronological order of the Vorkosigan Saga save for the short story Dreamweaver s Dilemma I now have all the audio books lined up I ve read most of them in published order, but read them generally as they were published, which is a different order has stretched out for many years I ve never tried them in audio format, but thought them well suited I was right.This deals with the origins of the Quaddies, a race that was first introduced in one of the early books about Mi This is first in chronological order of the Vorkosigan Saga save for the short story Dreamweaver s Dilemma I now have all the audio books lined...

  8. says:

    Falling Freeis the 11th Vorkosigan Saga novel I ve read So far I ve been delighted to give 3 of those 5 stars Happy to give 6 of them a very solid 4 stars Only Shards of Honour has gotten a 3 stars from me before now Despite being a Nebula award winner, I d say this is the weakest Bujold I ve read.That s not to sayFalling Freeis bad 3 stars is defined as liked it and I certainly did that I read most of it in one sitting in the tub , it s just that I know Bujold can do betFalling Freeis the 11th Vorkosigan Saga novel I ve read So far I ve been delighted to g...

  9. says:

    Falling Free is one of several Hugo winners for Lois McMaster Bujold, she is practically sci fi s counterpart to Meryl Streep in term of awards This book is set in her popular Vorkosigan universe but does not have any Vorkosigan in it, not even a mention In the time setting of this book Miles Vorkosigan will not be born for another 200 years However, this does not mean this book is like a cup of coffee without any coffee in it, it is well worth anybody s time.Basically this is a story of a ra Falling Free is one of several Hugo winners for Lois McMaster Bujold, she is practically sci fi s coun...

  10. says:

    A few hundred years before the events of the Vorkosigan books, a galactic corporation genetically engineered the Quaddies, people perfectly suited to zero gravity engineering and construction work because of their extra pair of arms instead of legs A human engineer comes aboard the project, and through a series of events which do not need exploring at this juncture he finds himself spearheading nothing less than a revolution in a desperate bid to get the Quaddies safely out of corporate control A few hundred years before the events of the Vorkosigan books, a galactic corporation genetically engineered the Quaddies, people perfectly suited to zero gravity engineering and construction work because of their extra pair of arms instead of legs A human engineer comes aboard the project, and through a series of events which do not need exploring at this juncture he finds himself spearheading nothing less than a revolution in a desperate bid to get the Quaddies safely out of corporate control when they re slated for termination.Huh So about 75 pages into this book I went um what and ran off to check the publication date Because I knew it was early Bujold, but I didn t realize how early I mean, it s classic Bujold SF powe...

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