A Sequel to The New York Times Bestselling Enders's ShadowBestselling author Orson Scott Card brings to life a new chapter in the saga of Ender's Earth.Earth and its society has been changed irrevocably in the aftermath of Ender Wiggin's victory over the Formics--the unity enforced upon the... show more
A Sequel to The New York Times Bestselling Enders's ShadowBestselling author Orson Scott Card brings to life a new chapter in the saga of Ender's Earth.Earth and its society has been changed irrevocably in the aftermath of Ender Wiggin's victory over the Formics--the unity enforced upon the warring nations by an alien enemy has shattered. Nations are rising again, seeking territory and influence, and most of all, seeking to control the skills and loyalty of the children from the Battle School.But one person has a better idea. Peter Wiggin, Ender's older, more ruthless, brother, sees that any hope for the future of Earth lies in restoring a sense of unity and purpose. And he has an irresistible call on the loyalty of Earth's young warriors. With Bean at his side, the two will reshape our future.Here is the continuing story of Bean and Petra, and the rest of Ender's Dragon Army, as they take their places in the new government of Earth.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 16th 2003
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Speculative Fiction
Bardzo smutny wydaje mi się fakt, że na ponad tydzień utknąłem w Cardowskim "Teatrze Cieni", czego po wcześniejszych moich zachwytach na temat jego prozy zupełnie się nie spodziewałem. Po skończonej lekturze muszę z przykrością stwierdzić, że była nudna, wtórna i ogólnie słaba. Dalsze losy Groszka, ...
#12/26 on "Authors who should have quit while they were ahead."Ender's Game, 350k readsXenocide, (Ender's Game #2) 70k readsEnder's Shadow (series reboot), 50k reads... and then...down to 21k reads. the material is getting pretty thin on the ground here. it's not absolutely unreadable, just a matter...
Great book! I've about exhausted by Enderverse commentary in reviews of the previous books, so not much left to say about Shadow Puppets except that it fits well with the rest of the series.
Reread all of the Bean books in January.
Definitely preferred this book to it's predecessor. There was a return to the mood and "flavor" of Ender's Game/Shadow that I really felt was missing from Shadow of the Hegemon. The development of Bean's character was great, but I admit, I miss him as a little kid. Watching all the children grow up ...