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I really like this book it is very good and I can't wait to read the next one!

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I was very disappointed with this book when I read it. It begins well- strikingly well, with hints that the book will include not only narrative, but explorations of religion and philosophy. No such luck, however: the book quickly devolves into a plot-driven, drawn-out adventure story, with a conclusion that belies the previous 200 pages and is really not much of a thoughtful pay-off. I honestly can't imagine what people see in this book-- I see nothing but disappointment.

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a funny and empowering book about a tragic childhood with a wonderful happy ending! dont we all wish we had a miss honey in our lives?! i sure do! :)

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Was a little disappointed with 'Ender's Game' having been told to expect one of the great science fiction books. That turned out to be an unrealistic expectation, but I did enjoy the book overall. Decided to give this 'sequel' a go and really wish I hadn't. Yawn! Ender is unrecognisable from the first book, and the anthropological study that is the essence of this book could not be further in style from the prequel. All this wouldn't be a problem if it was a good read, but it is slow, drawn-out and the characters are both unbelievable and forgettable at the same time (an impressive combination). Needless to say I will not be continuing with the Ender saga.