Ender's Game as a classic science fiction story that had an awful lot to say. I'm so glad he embraced it with such enthusiasm
Friday, 23 March 2012
Wild Card 2
This book has recently become one of my all-time favourite sci-fi books. A really positive review.
For a big book (and it is big) it doesn’t over explain things or leave loads of plot holes for me to fill in and gets the story across to the reader at a good steady rate. The gist of the book is that in the far future the race of humans are preparing to go to war with the insect race of the buggers (clever). For the best results they get people to help them genetically engineer amazing super generals to lead their armies to victory.
Ender Wiggin is one of these kids and after he is pulled away from his home and placed in battle school only then does he unlock his true power as a leader of the human space fleet. TO WAR. At least that is what everyone tells him. But he doesn’t want that to be true. He just wants to go home.
A fantastic book for all people with two digits in their age. I hope the public enjoys it as much as I do. For the amazing piece of art that is this book 99/100.
Jay Writes - Luke cashed in his second Wild Card to replace Mistress Masham's Repose. Our lovely friend Immi loaned it to us and he just didn't fancy it. (I enjoyed it!) We chose