Jan 25, 2022

Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2)

Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) By {author, Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) Best Read || [Orson Scott Card] Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) Best Read || [Orson Scott Card] - Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2), Speaker for the Dead Ender Quintet Book In the aftermath of his terrible war Ender Wiggin disappeared and a powerful voice arose The Speaker for the Dead who told the true story of the Bugger War Now long years later a second alien rac

  • Publisher‏:‎ Tor Books (November 30, 2009)
  • Publication date‏:‎ November 30, 2009
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 5359 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 301 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN‏:‎ 0312853254
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) Best Read || [Orson Scott Card], Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2), Orson Scott Card, Speaker for the Dead Ender Quintet Book In the aftermath of his terrible war Ender Wiggin disappeared and a powerful voice arose The Speaker for the Dead who told the true story of the Bugger War Now long years later a second alien race has been discovered but again the aliens ways are strange and frighteningagain humans die And it is only the Speaker for the Dead who is also Ender Wig

Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2)

Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) Best Read || [Orson Scott Card] Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) Best Read || [Orson Scott Card] - Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2), Speaker for the Dead Ender Quintet Book In the aftermath of his terrible war Ender Wiggin disappeared and a powerful voice arose The Speaker for the Dead who told the true story of the Bugger War Now long years later a second alien rac Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2)

  • Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2) Best Read || [Orson Scott Card]
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Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2)

355 thought on “Speaker for the Dead (Ender Quintet Book 2)

  1. An incredible book with loads of insight and an excellent understanding about human nature, the fog of war, and the unnecessary but inevitable conflict between different cultures with no real communication It s my new favorite book Reader s note it gets off to a slow start, but the events that drive the story don t really begin in earnest until about chapter two, so get through the first few chapters and soon you ll be drowning in so much delicious tea that you won t be able to put it down Just [...]


  2. Speaker for the Dead is a very interesting book about compassion and humanity This book is a sequel to Enders Game, though you don t need to remember much from the first book, as this one doesn t rely too much on the details of the last one This book takes place 3000 years into the future, and Ender, going by his birth name Andrew, is now a Speaker, but not just any Speaker He is the original Speaker for the Dead who wrote The Hive Queen and The Hegemon However, he is also the one who committed [...]


  3. I prefer this book to Enders game It is a slower, suspense driven novel.Positives Unique alien creatures and lanscape The interactions between the creatures and various species on the planet was interesting Characters Dilemmas Each character is given a specific plot conflict dilemma Each grows and is addressed throughout the bookNegatives The book is written at a higher level It isn t as focused on the character level This makes it slightly difficult to relate too.


  4. In a Word this book, is as humanistic as ever could be a book that I ve ever read Admittedly that s not very much, but I will say it does not read like a textbook It is a story of two consciousness coming together and mutual understanding in complete and total symbiosis If you are a cynic, this book is most certainly not for you If on the other hand you are an optimist, and have the purest hope that humans can achieve a symbiotic relationship with another species that is as conscious as we are o [...]


  5. I will be honest it took me 20 years to get to this book I was on the fence as to whether I would actually want to read any further than the perfect book, Ender s Game I did and I am glad And I am reading Xenocide now So good I didn t want to read it because I never thought that Ender Wiggins was a monster He didn t know he was committing xenocide, did he Even though he did He was the result of both nature and nurture Nature and nurture and a lot of hammering and a lot of intense pressure and fi [...]


  6. This is quite a different read than Ender s Game If you re looking for action packed, space war bugger demolition, this isn t it It reads like a great character exploration book At first, to be honest, I didn t like it I didn t like that Ender was a background character and these new people weren t that exciting By the middle of the book I was gripping the pages in excitement Things been to unfold fast and I liked that the pace picked up I was crying at some points, angry and in the end left wit [...]


  7. Having read some of the reviews for this book I was at first reluctant to try it However I bought it and read it and was enchanted by it I honestly think that previous reviewers who so heavily criticised this book must be at least a little dense Either that or they find it difficult to get into anything complex than Enid Blyton An excellent book in which Orson Scott Card shows himself to be truly a Genius.


  8. Not everyone will like it, it s mostly family drama There is next to no sci fi action, but somehow I was even excited when reading it It was all in how Card was able to write various characters I ve never seen anything like this before.A word of warning if you liked this and think about continuing the series, then please don t The books after this one aren t worth it They damage Ender s relationships and mistreat various characters unncessarily Just stop after reading this one.


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