Recent graduate New York Institute of Photography. Love SciFi and mystery.
When you read a book, sometimes you want to know how things came to be. First Meetings is the how it came to be you may be looking for.
There was no need for the short story 'Ender's Game' because by the time you read this you've practically memorised the Book version. Or, like myself, the entire series and the shadow series as well.
Ah well like I said delightfully whimsical!
Yes I would.
I think a couple more pages for each story.
Yes, I like multiple performers.
Continuity in details.
Absolutely! The characters are well read and the quality of voice performances are outstanding.
War of Gifts is similar but not as well written.
Yes, they are common narrators for Ender books and they are excellent as usual.
Where Ender's story really begins.
Excellent book, and wonderful voice performances.
Long haul Expeditor that loves listening to books and make the miles fly by.
Although I've like several of the other Ender books this one just sucked.
Left out the music it was out of place & at times do loud you couldn't hear the narrator. The book also didn't flow well at all. Although I did like the story of how Ender's parents met the rest was just rehashes of past stories. Overall it was a waste of a credit.
Preformers were all good but the music added to the stories SUCKED & were rather annoying.
This is a collection of short stories that explain some of the backstory from the Enderverse and is very well written. Some of the material is either very close or duplicate material from earlier Ender books but this doesn't detract from the overall piece.
Card does a good job at providing yet a little more insight into the characters we have come to love, cherish, admire, and sometimes despise.
I have been very thankful the cast has remained unchanged throughout the production of the Ender series found on Audible. It has provided a great listening experience.
I enjoyed the way these stories provide background for some of the characters in Enderverse. Readers should be aware that the original version of Ender's Game provided in this book is a shortened one that picks up on the middle of the full version (that I assume was written later).
I love the enderverse and this book is a great addition. However, the horrible and excessively loud transition music ruined the experience! There are parts of the narrations I couldn't even understand. So if the publishers want me to change my review from one star to it's much deserved five. FIX IT!