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Bujold's well-drawn characters are brought to life by the versatile voices of Hanson and Cowan. They skillfully adapt the pace and adjust tone and emphases to heighten the drama of this well-crafted, action-packed SF novel. --KLIATT, September 1998

First I want to tell you that the awards you have received are well deserved! NOBODY can tell a good story like Carol and Michael. The performances are exactly on par, if not better than, the works of art that are read. Audio book companies should place THE READER'S CHAIR as their goal. --M. P., 8/1/98

Greatly enjoyed Warrior's Apprentice from LMB. Thanks muchly for another great job narrating the book. Now the question... When is The Vor Game going to be available? --douglas.tillyer, 05/04/98

I am planning to put on my Xmas list some of the Bujold titles. The awards your company has are truly well earned. --DjacksonT, 7/10/98

I just *loved* "Warrior's Apprentice" (up to your usual excellent standard I was happy to hear!) and I can't wait for the next in the series..... --aknorth, 6/15/98

I just started re-listening to TWA. I can't believe how much I hear new each time! --Dwerning, 05/28/98

Michael Hanson and Carol Cowan probably are the best team of performers in the business. This novel has to rate among the award-winning author's most entertaining works. --St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 3, 1998

Tell Michael and Carol "thank you" for doing such a superb artistic work. We appreciate it. Many many thanks. --jdprestn, 05/08/98

Warrior' Apprentice was great! --trakker, 05/19/98--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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ISBN-10:  067172066X
ISBN-13:  978-0671720667
Author:  Lois McMaster Bujold
Genre:  Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher:  Baen
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review by . July 07, 2004
Book Review by C. Douglas BakerThe Warrior's Apprentice is a typical Miles Vorkosigan adventure. To those who are not familiar with Miles that last sentence may look like a derogatory comment. That could not be further from the truth. The Warrior's Apprentice is typical because it is a fast paced, seat of your pants, romp through the universe adventure with the eccentric Miles Vorkosigan. Bujold's entire cannon set in this universe merits high praise. The Warrior's Apprentice finds Miles breaking …
review by . July 14, 1998
Hypatia, the recommendation system of Alexandria Digital Literature, said I would like this book. As I had already found many books that I did like through the system, I tried it, but this one wasn't to my taste. Maybe in the future, when the system has 10s of thousands of patrons, the recommender will be right on, but for now, there's bound to be some things a little off. Why? With so few patrons, the number of books that have a large enough percentage of people who have read them is fairly small, …
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