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They say you could read this book without reading the first one and I guess you could. I just think you would be missing a lot of background.
I really liked this series. Read more
As good if not better than Ender's game.
It explores the same story as the original but from the perspective of Bean. Read more
I hesitated once I read some reviews that it was the same story as the original, but from a different perspective. Well I should not have because it was as good even almost better. Read morePublished 12 months ago by ET
Got one for my younger brother and one for myself.
First of all, I can't believe how cheap these are. Read more
Orson wrote this book after Enders Game as a way to see events through the eyes of others. He starts the book by saying it doesn't matter if you read it before or after Ender's... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Deep Gill
I find it strange that Poke took so much importance in Beans mind...the author did not make me feel this in the beginning of the book.
Very well constructed story. Read more
Just as the title says... this book does incredible justice to it's namesake, forget that it's set in a parallel world to Ender. Bean is my Ender...Published on July 5 2012 by Cookie,
I've always enjoyed Bean's character in Ender's Game and I was excited to learn more about Bean's past, his thoughts, etc. Read morePublished on June 3 2005
I enjoyed this book, though I'm fairly particular about what science fiction I will read. If you liked Ender's Game, I suspect you'll like this book too.Published on July 19 2004 by Hugo Calendar