The story of Ender continues, but this time you have to buy two books. This book was simply too long (300,000 words) according to the commentary at the end, so they publisher decided why publish one when you could publish two for twice the price. So, you'll have to get Children of the Mind to hear the rest of this book. Overall, the story is good, more of a soap opera than Ender's Game. That's what got me going in this series.
Don't miss this, it's a great story. Hard to stop when you get to your destination. Nice narration.
This is the second in the series. It was new to me, the same readers as the unabridged Ender 20th anniversary. Not the same story, takes place in the future. Some complain about that, and the voices of the readers. I think they did a good job. Nice story, just finishing today, and I've gone on to Xenocide now.
The story line is interesting. There is alot of written descriptions about how the victims are killed. Overall, I'm not impressed and will not get any more from this author.
Good, but I almost turned it off due to the foul language. Luckily the most verbally abusive is executed within an hour or so. To removed the swearing would not have detracted from the storyline at all. I did't get any more from this author, as this verbal assault was enough for me.
It's a classic. Very well done, voices, and all. Well worth the single credit charge.
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