Children of the Mind is the fourth and final volume in the original Ender Saga by Orson Scott Card, winner of the Hugo and Nebula award.
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"This is a worthy ending to what might be styled a saga of the ethical evolution of humanity, a concept seldom attempted before and never realized with the success Card achieves here." (Booklist)
"Card's prose is powerful." (Publishers Weekly)
Riveting.. Couldn't stop listening to it. Mix of science, philosophy, religion, etc. that makes you think I mean,.. Really think..
Wow, I thought the the story as too much touchy feeling stuff and slow at the beginning but it picked up steam along the way and I couldn't stop listening to it. Very interesting mix of science, philosophy, religion, etc. that makes you think of your own mortality and values of others.
Can't wait for Card to write the next one as he said he would.
I have read all of the books in the enders series, i absolutly love them all, except this one. i not only didn't like it, i lost respect for Mr. Card it was so harsh. This book could be called kicking a dead horse as far a i am concered. You know how a high school drama series needs to end when the graduate from high school, and they don't end it and it goes down hill? Thats is exactly what this book is. Its stretching material past the point of it working. I feel it shouldn't have been written.
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