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©2005 Orson Scott Card; (P)2005 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC
2005 Audie Award Nominee, Science-Fiction
"The novels of Orson Scott Card's Ender series are an intriguing combination of action, military and political strategy, elaborate war games, and psychology." (USA Today)
This is Orson Scott Card at his best. Great story arc and complex characters without the overly simplistic plot devices of alien invasion or super genius pathological killer antagonist.
This story fills in details on those who stayed on Earth in the Enderverse, and I felt it fit beautifully with the other parts of the story. Traffic, touching, heroic and human. If you like the stories that went before you will enjoy this one as well.
Yes... if he was a fan.
Great dialogue among characters.
Different voices for different characters
I would not make this into a film
not a waist of time, interesting story. i just think that the smartest person on earth, Bean, would make a better father then described. he's such a failure in this book that it's hard to believe the author spent 3 volumes building him up just to tear him down like this. i am just mad on Bean's behalf ;)
Walking and listening
Pronounced Achilles like the Greek god he was named after.
I cringed every time they pronounced Achilles
Longer story, deeper development of the characters, more similarity to his other books.
the bloody scene of the fight between the brothers
I am a big fan of Orson Scott Card and the way he brings characters to life and never cheats just to end the story.
The performance of the talent was great at bringing the personalities of the characters to life.
I have listened to Scott Brick before. I find his voice acting accurate and enthralling. He did well in this book but I think he was better in a Princess of Mars.
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