This book had me laughing from start to finish. I didn't want to miss a single word.
I've always loved the complexly woven plots and well-balanced points of view of Orson Scott Card books. Whenever I finish one of his books, I feel like I've learned a larger lesson about humanity, politics, or economics, all while being delightfully entertained.
Having said that, his cerebral style of fiction can sometimes lack whimsy.
Enchantment surprised me. The whimsy and madness that are missing from his other books find a warm home in this unique fairy tale adventure. The logic you expect from him is still there, of course, but it's complimented by the use of fantasy and magic. It was refreshing and engaging from start to finish.
Yes, though his books are usually pretty easy to lose yourself in. If only working, eating, and sleeping didn't get in the way.
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