Shelfari edited the memorable quotes of The Warrior's Apprentice Tuesday, October 12, 2010.
- Edited a quotation: “--"Women shouldn't be in
combat."--"Why not? Why is that," she jerked her head toward the infirmary, "any more horrible for a woman than a man?"--"I don't know," Miles groped. "Your father once said that if a woman puts on a uniform she's asking for it, and you should never hesitate to fire - odd streak of egalitarianism, coming from him. But all my instincts are to throw my cloak across her puddle or something, not blow her head off. It throws me off."--"The honor goes with the risk," argued Elena. "Deny the risk and you deny the honor. I always thought you were the one Barrayaran male I knew who'd allow that a woman might have an honor that wasn't parked between her legs."”Miles Vorkosigan and Elena Bothari
- Edited a quotation: “"If I were killed, you wouldn't leave me out there, would you, my
lord?"--"Huh?" Miles tore his attention from trying to make new constellations.--"They leave bodies in space sometimes. Cold as hell. . . God can't find them out there. No one could."--Miles blinked. He had never known the Sergeant concealed a theological streak. "Look, what's all this all of a sudden about getting killed? You're not going to-"--"The Count your father promised me," Bothari raised his voice slightly to override him, "I'd be buried at your lady mother's feet, at Vorkosigan Surleau. He promised. Didn't he tell you?"--"Er. . . The subject never came up."--"His word as Vorkosigan. Your word."--"Uh, right, then." Miles stared out the chamber's transparency. Some saw stars, it seemed, and some saw the spaces between them. Cold. . .”Miles Vorkosigan and Sergeant Bothari