A review by djwudi
Mirror Dance by Lois McMaster Bujold


Complex in both story and character, this becomes an excellent exploration of the differing personalities of the Vorkosigan brothers, in the midst of military adventure and political maneuvering. As with the rest of the series, it’s Bujold’s ability to craft realistically flawed characters, some in very serious ways, while still making them relatable, believable, and often quite funny, that really makes these stand out. Though most of the books in the series are written to be readable on their own, this is one where I’d definitely recommend reading earlier books first.