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Ender's shadow
Orson Scott Card
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Hunter said:
I thought it was a great science fiction book. Although it was rather long, I really enjoyed reading it because of it's interesting story line and characters.
posted Apr 9, 2004
Jack said:
This book runs parallel to Ender's Game. It tells the story from the perspective of Bean, a very small soldier who is brilliant. It is the start of the Bean trio of books (soon to be a quartet, with the release of Shadow of the Giant), and is a fascinating read. I reccomend this for all who have read Ender's Game, but if you haven't, you'll probably understand it and I also reccomend it to you.
posted Apr 9, 2004
Andrew said:
I thought this book was interesting, thought provoking, and a great read. It has a lot of psycological stuff in it but also had lots of action. Is a parallel novel to Enders Game. Very good but a complex read.
posted Mar 5, 2005
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