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"Thought-provoking, insightful, and powerfully written." (School Library Journal)
"As a storyteller, Card excels in portraying the quiet drama of wars fought not on battlefields but in the hearts and minds of his characters." (Library Journal)
loved the narration. once i reached the major event i had to put the book down for a day just to accept what i just read (or listened to in this case).
An excellent continuation, of the history of past characters in Ender's Game. I found the development of the characters interesting. And the story line inspiring. Not just another science-fiction story.
Variety of narrators creates a play-like dramatic effect, but story lacks clear build-up and resolution. The last few chapters are particularly weak, with the author seeming to introduce a deus ex machina after writing himself into a corner.
The narration is fantastic and follows in the tradition of the other Ender books. The story is complex, but if you stick through the depth of the beginning you find a world that you don't want to end. The characters are masterfully crafted.
Worth while read. Can't help but question self, religion, God, space, time, creation, evolution, love & devotion. My mind if FULL of new concepts & possibilities.
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