Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card is a Science Fiction novel showcased in the Outpost 10F Library.
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Ender's Game

Rating: The Science Fiction novel Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card has been rated 5/5 by this reviewer.
Author: Orson Scott Card
Published: July, 1994
Review by: CL3 Hal Horn

In Ender's Game, it is the near future, the Earth is being controlled by the I.F. or the International Fleet. The I.F. was established to protect the Earth from a bug like alien race. Ender Wiggin is asked to join the I.F. and go to a trainging school called the Battle School. There, children are trained in the arts of warfare, so that they may become the leaders of the I.F. Fleet. At Battle School, Ender learns how to become a leader, to earn the respect and admiration of those he is to command. Life at Battle School throws Ender some hard lessons in the facts of life itself.

Ender's brother and sister, come up with a plan to take over the Earth, even though they are only in their early teens. Ender and his brother Peter are exact opposites of each other, one is cruel and ungiving while the other is caring and would give his life for peace. To learn the fate of the human race and the Earth itself...read on.

I strongly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It is a great book...intrigue, military tactics, space warfare, camaraderie, and the human spirit are all found in this book. The author includes brief pieces of letter from some admirers of the book, stating what the book means to them and what role it has played in their lives. Also included are the thoughts of the author on the book. Overall...I give Ender's Game a rating of five. If you give the book a chance...I have no doubt that it will have your eyes and mind begging for what is to come on the next page or chapter.

Title: Ender's Game
Author: Orson Scott Card
Review by: CL3 Hal Horn