Fantastic book. Great end to a great series. On to the Shadow saga next!
I like that Orson Scott Card is not predictable or simple in his writing. Very interesting philosophical questions and cultural exploration. However, there further I have gone into this series, the less I can relate to or even care about the characters. They are all so self loathing and ugly. A good portion of this book is simply characters saying nasty things to each other. It makes the “love” stories in the book seem flat and superficial to me. The individual narrators are fine but I have to agree with some of the other comments, there are just too many. One masculine and one feminine voice is enough (as I have enjoyed in other series.) Despite my criticism, I have to admit I want to know how he wraps everything up. I probably will not be able to resist checking out the final book in this series.
if i could give it a negative star, I would. worst of the series. I have never heard so much rambling on, in a book ever. many times had to hit fast forward 30 seconds. till he was done kicking a dead horse. terribly written. made me not want to listen to last book
Woof. This was terrible compared to the others in the series. Most of the characters are awful people. Far too many deus ex machinas. And the narrators, while all great, mixed together was frustrating to follow when they kept switching.
Ender series and the shadow series are my favorite book series. nothing has topped them yet.
I love this book, I want to read the others but I just feel like reading Enders exile will some how feel odd. This feels perfect to me.
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