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Cam posts on 12/26/2005 12:04:22 AM
Well, those three books mostly focus on ender, Peter,and Bean when they were all younger. The other books are when they are all older they are all very good, you should try them.
Adam posts on 12/22/2005 7:47:42 PM
I read ender's game a few years ago and just bought a box set with ender's game, ender's shadow, and shadow of the hegemon. Do i need ot read the speaker for the dead ans all the others in between or can i just read the three in the box set. i mean am i gonna miss something from the other books?
Lock posts on 12/12/2005 7:51:10 PM
Wouldnt a Battle school video game be cool? your a army member and can work your way up to commander, based around the game. Would be an online thing with player chat and battle reviews. Mods(officers) would promote people to commander. A game room for non-battle room game would be existing, basicly aonline battle school only about the game. A person could create an army if he could get 40 people to jion them and then it would start in compitions with other armys. Trianing with the army and others would be allowed. Basicly all im saying here is my ideas, but i want imput, what would make a good game invovling the battle school?
Dave posts on 12/7/2005 7:34:15 PM
I really need a chapter by chapter summary for "Speaker for the Dead", so if anyone out there can please post one asap i will be very gratefull.
Judith.email@example.com posts on 11/28/2005 2:16:38 PM
I Need a Chaper by Chapter summary for Speaker for The dead By Orson Scott Card.
Drew Robertson posts on 11/15/2005 1:40:14 AM
Can anyone post Ender's Shadow Cahpter by Chapter Summaries please. It would be very helpful. Thank You.
US KICKS THE CANADIANS BUTT posts on 11/5/2005 3:56:37 PM
I Beilieve that the theme of enders shadow is probably something like this “Isolated children who try to better the world by destroying another”. It sounds strange if you put it on paper but, if you can grasp the concept, makes much sense; in the brief paragraph below I have tried to the best of my abilities to explain the concept, and I hope that you can come to understand the partially obscure, theme.
The theme of isolated children doing amazing things could be called almost common. There are many stories of friendless children who discover amazing powers, mythical creatures, or magic places for instance. However, not so many novels have the theme of an isolated child destroying entire worlds just for the cause of bettering there own. It almost seems too harsh for a child to have to suffer the guilt of genocide, but Card has gone right ahead and has made a series of books wherein this harshness, is a reality. The story itself is centered on a little boy named Bean. Ender (not friend but more along the lines of acquaintance or leader) and he command a fleet of ships which they use to destroy an entire intelligent race so that the humanity will not be at risk.
THIS IS FOR MY FREND BEN WHO NEEDS HELP WITH HIS BOOK REPORT, BEN HOVEY
anomynous posts on 10/16/2005 11:06:58 PM
does any1 no orson scott cards email?
Cam posts on 10/10/2005 1:55:30 PM
I forgot sorry but i havent read that book in the longest time
CHel posts on 10/5/2005 2:42:37 PM
I only counted 7 names. What was the name of the 3rd child who got on the ship with Bean. (Ender/Andrew, Bella and...)
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