Finally more of the culture is revealed. I just love this story. More must be made. This one focused more on the main characters culture which makes me happy.
I enjoyed this book. It bridged together enders game and speaker for the dead well and gave you a better insight of how Ender's friends and deeds were perceived right after the formic war.
This reader is just rocking. I think I could buy other books that he has read regardless if they are my normal subject. The reader makes all the difference in the world in a book and I just can not speak more highly of him
I always wanted to read these books but just never had the time and the reader made it even better for me. I felt that, while trying to read it myself, the books were dry. But they are very intriguing.
I was shocked just how much better the book was than the movie. I was afraid that it would be a cheep knock off of Twilight but it is a book all its own. Very intriguing. And the reader rocks hard with sound effects. Then ending froult like it was made with the idea that there was another book to be made so not much was resolved, but that aside it was still good.
Orson Scott Card can weave a tale about the power of youth much the same way as King and Spielberg can. The world that Scott creates is very well planned out. Ender and his friends show that age does not mean maturity as they are able to encounter all the challenges thrown at them.
Although this chapter in the dark tower was less about and his Ka-tet, I greatly enjoyed how it fleshed out the the level of the tower called Midworld.
I was so interested when they weren't talking politics of Pern. Everything else was inthralling but when they started talking politics my mind wandered. I think I will try another.
The best reader was reading this book and he just couldn't save it. I listed to the whole thing and I'm still not totally sure what was going on.
Its a very thought provoking story, even if the reader was the worst I ever heard, I still wont turn it in for my credit because the story was nice. At times the reader would start a sentience over. But really he made the story so mone-torn it made me think of a how people read epic old stories like the Iliad. So old and distant that the reader couldn't connect and just just reading to get it over with.
I love the main character and all his companions. True that nothing truly bad ever happens, but you don't have to worry about falling in love with a character and having them die on you. The characters are smart and they all have their day in the story, so the main character isn't the only one with awesome power. I also like how the characters use their brain and their brawn. Its a wonderful story
The only thing that annoys me is that its Viking based and they keep saying Pirates but I feel that vikings would have might have a better word for their time. I keep thinking of british 'golden age' pirates vs Vikings back when Britain was run by saxons. Dons't much matter, this is a great story and I love it.
I love the main character and all his companions. True that nothing truly bad ever happens, but you don't have to worry about falling in love with a character and having them die on you.
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