Bibliography – Lois McMaster Bujold [Vorkosigan Saga]

Here’s my listing of all the books and novellas and the name of the matching Baen omnibus edition. You know, it’s really rather tricky to locate all these books, in order, and cost-effectively.  There are omnibusses (though that ought to be omnibi, doncha think).

At the end of Miles, Mutants and Microbes, there is a very nice chart of book-title, Miles’ age during that book, and a mini-comment about the contents of the book.  That’s how I realized I had missed reading the book Memory.

In the summer of 2011, I went a lot nuts reading all the Miles Naismith Vorkosigan books I could find.  Actually I spent money to get them all in digital versions – very good thinking on the part of the Baen Free Library to get me hooked like that.

Coming soon: fun-size reviews of just about all of the following.  I read the bulk of them starting in June 2011 through today.

Vorkosigan Saga – Internal chronology

Original list courtesy of the wikipedia page for Lois McMaster Bujold.

  • “Dreamweaver’s Dilemma” (1995)—Set in the Vorkosigan universe long before the rest of the series (included in the collection Dreamweaver’s Dilemma) NESFA Press
  • Falling Free (1988)—Set approximately 200 years before the birth of Miles Vorkosigan—Nebula Award winner, 1988, Hugo Award nominee, 1989. Omnibus location: Miles, Mutants, and Microbes.
  • Shards of Honor (1986)—Set approximately one year before the birth of Miles Vorkosigan. Omnibus location: Cordelia’s Honor.
  • Barrayar (1991)—Hugo Award winner, Locus Award winner, 1992, Nebula Award nominee, 1991. Omnibus location: Cordelia’s Honor.
  • The Warrior’s Apprentice (1986). Available online from the Baen Free Library. Omnibus location: Young Miles.
  • The Mountains of Mourning (1989)—Hugo Award winner, Nebula Award winner. First published in Analog magazine; included in Borders of Infinity; available online from the Baen Free Library.  Omnibus location: Young Miles.
  • The Vor Game (1990)—Hugo Award winner, Locus Award nominee, 1991. Omnibus location: Young Miles.
  • Cetaganda (1995) Locus Award nominee, 1997. Omnibus location: Miles, Mystery, and Mayhem.
  • Ethan of Athos (1986)—Miles Vorkosigan is referred to, but does not actually appear, in this novel. Omnibus location: Miles, Mystery, and Mayhem.
  • Labyrinth (1989)—First published in Analog magazine; included in Borders of Infinity. Omnibus locations: Miles, Mutants, and Microbes and Miles Errant.
  • The Borders of Infinity (1987)—First published in Freelancers; included in Borders of Infinity; available online via Baen’s Webscriptions.  Not to be confused with the collection of the same name.  Omnibus location: Miles Errant.
  • Brothers in Arms (1989). Omnibus location: Miles Errant.
  • Borders of Infinity – the Omnibus(1989)—Collection of The Mountains of MourningLabyrinth and The Borders of Infinity, tied together with an original frame story interspliced between them, which is set shortly after Brothers in Arms.
  • Mirror Dance (1994)—Hugo Award winner, Locus Award winner, 1995. Omnibus location: Miles Errant.
  • Memory (1996)—Hugo Award nominee, Nebula Award nominee, Locus Award nominee, 1997. Omnibus location?? I bought it standalone since it seems not to be included.
  • Komarr (1998). Omnibus location: Miles in Love.
  • A Civil Campaign (2000)—Hugo Award nominee, Nebula Award nominee, Locus Award nominee, 2000. Omnibus location: Miles in Love.
  • Winterfair Gifts —First published in Irresistible Forces, a science fiction/romance genre crossover anthology edited by Catherine Asaro. Also in the omnibus Miles in Love.
  • Diplomatic Immunity (2002)—Nebula Award nominee, 2003. Omnibus location: Miles, Mutants, and Microbes.
  • Cryoburn (2010)—Hugo Award nominee, 2011. Omnibus location: Standalone, so far.  Unless you count the Baen webscription bundle
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