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Copy of Ender's Game-Book Report
Transcript of Copy of Ender's Game-Book Report
Orson Scott Card
BR By:Maeli O'Briant
Ender's chip, the computer piece in the back of his neck that shows the teachers at the Battle School what he is doing, is taken out, he then despairs, he didn't make it! (or so he thinks. ;) His older brother is mad because Ender had made it further than he had, and chokes Ender in a violent game of bugger vs. hero. Only after Valentine, the second oldest, screams for him to stop for the billionth time does he actually stop. Later that night, the principal of Battle School comes to their house and tells him that he's passed and is going to Battle school.
Ender decides to go to Battle School, and leave the only place, and planet, he's ever known. Valentine tries to reason with him, but to no prevail. He gets onto a space ship loaded with other kids, and he and the principal take a seat. They blast off, and leave Earth,and its gravity. Because of this, Multiple kids puke and it just floats around, and Andrew finds it funny. Once they get there, the newbies are divided into different armies. Ender is put into Salamander. He fears everyone hates him; is he right?
Going Up, Up, And Away
Is This A Good Book?
Yes, it was very good book, and I couldn't put
it down. (Not surprising but true.) I think Orson Scott Card did a good job, and it's very well written. I love Si-Fi books, so I thought this was amazing. None of it made sense at first, but things were explained and I was made happy. I won't spoil it and tell the ending, but I will say
it was a shock and I definitely didn't see it coming. However, if you do not like violence and gore this book is not for you.
Orson Scott Card/Series
Orson Scott Card has written many books for children and adults. They all happen in this time in the future and are like Enders Game. He is 62 years old and lives in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Enders Game leads into three series. One tells you all about Bean, another character, and his life. Another one is about Ender and Valentine Traveling world to world, and their adventures. The final series is about Ender when he finally decides to stay at one world, the piggies, the first aliens since the buggers, Jane, Ender's computer friend, and Ender's new family. I have read the third series and Ender's Game, but I plan on reading all the rest.
There is a movie, I think it was really good, made based on Ender's Game. Orson Scott Card co-produced it. If you don't want to read the book, I don't know why you wouldn't, you could watch the movie. The actors did a very good job at portraying their characters,
and overall, I just really liked the book.
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I really liked this book. It was overflowing with action, had ALIENS, which can make even a bad book good, fighting, wars, heroes, villains, tradegies and more.
I forgot to mention...
Oh...I forgot to mention, While Ender is in space, Valentine and Peter try to take over the word by blogging. I thought that part was weird. So the book really takes place from two points of view...Sorry I didn't mention this before...Opps.