Carlsbad, NM, United States | Member Since 2010
Yes, because of the look it gives you at our nation's history.
I always liked T'cumsa
If it was done properly.
I have many in my library.
Relief at the one character
No, too short and it's really a part of Ender's Game.
Depends on if they like the series or not, not as a way to get them involved with it.
When Ender's parents first met.
On par with other performances.
Part of one of my favorite series and lives up to expectations.
Still has to be Sadie, she's a lot like me in personality.
The sibling banter is still the best part.
Absolutely, I already have to several. It's a masterpiece of literature, and should be treated as such.
The look at how even the best and brightest can still be completely stupid.
The banter between the characters.
Can't tell you without spoiling the story.
The journey Alvin has to take, and the friends he makes along the way.
Yes, because of the look at life in the 1800s.
The different nuances and personalities of the characters.
Yes, and it has one, so we're good.
Of course, the story never gets old and you always learn something new each time you listen/read.
The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica. Both series share the trait of taking established work and weaving it into a completely new story.
Beckendorf, he's just an awesome dude.
They would be: Great new series
The realization of Set's true plan.
The brother/sister banter was very entertaining.
Absolutely. Riordan's use of Greek mythology in modern times makes it a compelling read.
Here, there be dragons. Riordan does a great job of taking existing literature and weaving it into a compelling new story.
I would have to say the fight in New York.
One great ride.
My favorite character would have to be the General.
the personality of the characters.
Don't let them make a movie, it will just be ruined.
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